Young Buck is back in hot water. The former G-Unit rapper was in court yesterday (March 7) for a weapons possession arrest back in August.

According to Nashville’s Channel 4 news, Buck is facing up to 10 years in jail if found guilty of being a convicted felon in possession of a .40 caliber pistol and ammunition. Buck pled not guilty to the charges and is currently out on bond.

The judge allowed him to post an additional $100,000 bond by Friday to get his passport back, so he could play a show in Canada.

Back in 2004, Buck became a convicted felon after a judge found him guilty of stabbing a man at the Vibe Awards in California.

As previously reported, around the same time that the Tennessee MC was busted on the gun rap, his Hendersonville home was raided by the IRS, over a $300,000 bill owed to the government. Shortly afterwards, Buck filed for bankruptcy.

YB has yet to comment on the charges.—Elan Mancini