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Young Buck Says He Shared A Cell With Future’s Son Jakobi In Prison

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Young Buck Speaks On Being Locked Up In Atlanta Jail With Future's Son 

Young Buck Speaks On Being Locked Up In Atlanta Jail With Future’s Son

Earlier this year, Future’s first child Jakobi Wilburn, was arrested over involvement in gang activities. The 17-year-old was found in possession of a gun with the serial numbers scratched off.

Although Jakobi is a teenager, in the state of Georgia a 17-year-old is considered an adult and he faces five to 20 years in jail on the one charge of gang activity alone.




Rapper Young Buck was also arrested ahead of Christmas and was held without bond up until very recently. The former G-Unit rapper was later released from prison last week.

Young Buck Speaks On Being Locked Up In Atlanta Jail With Future's Son

Young Buck was held in a Georgia prison where Future’s son is apparently also locked up. “Yeah, lil n***a name was Kobi, I think,” Buck told DJ Paul during the live stream. “I tell the guard, ‘put that n***a in a cell with me.’ You feel me?”

“And the little time I was locked up. A little bit of it, I done most of it with his son. His lil’ one. I think I talked to Casino, his uncle’s and shit… but it fucked me up, man.”

Buck said he didn’t know the charges but he made sure to tell Casino that he’s holding him down.




“I don’t really know what his charges was and shit but we was back there, you know?… I just told Casino, ‘I got him while he back here. I know y’all finna get this n***a all this money you n***as got but I got ’em while he back here.'”

 

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