Prosecutors To Question Young Buck In Indiana
The post G-Unit days of rapper Young Buck continue to get worse.
The rapper is now wanted for questioning in a suspicious traffic stop in Indiana, according to The Tennessean.
According to reports, Buck was riding in a two-car convoy when police attempted to pull them over, prompting the second car to immediately flee the scene.
Buck was then questioned by authorities and claimed he, “was traveling with people allegedly for purposes of business, but did not know their identities."
Police didn't buy the Nashville rapper's story and a local judge gave Buck until today (June 15) to reveal information about the people in the vehicle that fled.
Buck's troubles since splitting with 50 Cent have been well documented.
The rapper was arrested in March and charged with felony possession of a handgun and ammunition.
In the same month, he was hit with a $10 million lawsuit by his former boss 50 Cent.
In August 2010, Feds raided Buck's home and seized the rapper's assets after claiming he owed $300,000 in back taxes.