Rapper Young Buck is heading to prison after agreeing a plea deal on a gun possession charge, according to a U.S. report.
The former G-Unit rapper was left facing a weapons charge after tax officials raided his Tennessee home in 2010 to repossess his belongings as part of a financial dispute and allegedly found a gun in the house.
Young Buck - who is not allowed to posses a weapon as a convicted felon - has now agreed to serve 18 months in prison for the offence after reaching a plea deal with prosecutors, according to Tmz.com.
A judge has signed off on the agreement and the star - real name David Darnell Brown - will be officially sentenced on 13 July (12).
Young Buck was previously convicted of stabbing a man at the Vibe Awards ceremony in 2004.