American rapper, Young Buck was arrested in Nashville on Wednesday February 2, in connection with a vandalism charge.
The rapper, 40, was released on $1,000 bond from the Davidson County jail after he was taken into custody on Wednesday as authorities said he did damage to his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle, the Nashville Tennessean reported, citing the arrest warrant in the case.
Metro Nashville Police told the outlet that the ex-girlfriend of the rapper told them that he sent a text that he was heading over to her home in the Antioch neighborhood of Nashville.
The woman told authorities that she refused to answer the door when Young Buck arrived at the residence, and then he began kicking the front door, before eventually departing.
The woman told police that after he left, she observed that her vehicle, which had been parked in her driveway, had been damaged on the driver and passenger sides.
Authorities verified the damage to the vehicle and said that the incident had been recorded on a security camera.
Police said Young Buck, whose full name is David Darnell Brown, was pulled over on a traffic stop and arrested in connection with the incident.
The Shorty Wanna Ride artist, who was affiliated with 50 Cent’s G-Unit group, was booked into jail prior to 6:45 a.m. and let out on bail prior to 10 a.m. Wednesday, authorities said.