It seems like Young Buck only makes news for his trouble with the law these days. It was just yesterday when we reported that the former G-Unit representative had been sentenced to three years on weapons charges, and today we can hear in full what the man himself has to say about the situation.
Speaking with Jonathan Martin outside the court building after his sentencing, the rapper said he’s thankful for the time we has handed, and remains positive despite the circumstances.
“I’ve always felt like the situations you go through in life, they make you exactly who you are. I’ve had some rough times, I’ve been fighting the bankruptcy situation as well as my career situations, but I will say as far as David, my pride is through the rough, my head is held high and I’m just looking to get all this behind me.”
He continued: “For the most part, I never had a real lengthy criminal history, so I think with the judge not really considering my criminal history to subtract the time, I’m just thankful for what time I do have, being that I don’t want to do no time, but it could have been a lot worse than what it actually is.
“At this point, I’m just trying to move forward, put everything behind me. Thank you to everybody that’s out there supporting Young Buck and I appreciate the love.”