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EXCLUSIVE: Rapper, "Young Buck" talks about life after 18 months in Prison and Why He's Giving Back - Erika Lathon

Updated: Tuesday, November 26 2013, 11:01 PM CST
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NASHVILLE, Tenn. - Nashville Rapper, Young Buck is a free man. He was released from federal prison in October after serving 18 months on weapons charges. On Tuesday, Buck organized a Thanksgiving Turkey Giveaway for the less fortunate. He says giving back is something he's always done, but it means more after seeing the support of his fans while incarcerated. Buck says serving time was a humbling experience. He read a lot and completed his GED. Buck says he plans to take some college courses to learn more about the music industry. He's also been in the studio working with Rap Artists like "The Game" and "Waka Flocka." He hasn't set a release date for a new project but Buck says he's anxious to make new music for his fans.

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