1:00 PM PST -- Young Buck tells TMZ, "It's nobody's fault but my own."
Young Buck couldn’t resist smoking weed withSnoop Doggwhile on probation ... and now the G-Unit rapper is facing more jail time for faking a mandatory drug test.
Buck literally got busted with his pants down according to a probation officer -- who says he saw YB using a tube to shoot a "yellow substance" into his drug testing cup last week.
According to docs ... he first tried to use the ol’ secondhand smoke excuse, but ultimately caved and admitted he'd gotten high with Snoop. Now, a judge will decide whether Buck has to do jail time for the violation.
Shame ... Buck had been on a winning streak, pissing clean for his previous 21 mandatory tests since November 2013.
Bottom line? Snoop’s weed will mess you up. In multiple ways.
The 'Bachelorette' contestant who's getting blasted for dropping a rape comment on a cast member isn't backing down -- and says his controversial line saved the whole show.
If you missed it ... Ryan McDill -- a self-proclaimed amateur actor and comedian -- was booted during the first episode after ripping off his shirt and telling another guy on the show, "Why am I not raping you right now?" That line combined with McDill's apparent boozing got him 86'd.
McDill admits he was drinking a lot, but adds ... "I wasn’t blacked out and knew exactly what I was doing.” He also says the rape line wasn't a joke -- as critics have said -- and claims he was really trying to say, I'll destroy you.
He tells us, "People need to get off their high horse. It was awesome and entertaining.”
As for the heavy drinking and groping Kaitlyn's ass -- McDill claims he felt pressure to play it up for the cameras -- and claims all the guys on the show do it too. However, he does NOT say producers told him to act like a tool.
And McDill offered one last shot -- he actually thinks producers should thank him because he was “the only reason the first episode was the s**t.”
Forget being too drunk to stand, Tuesday night Bill Murray was too drunk to sit!
Murray appeared on MSNBC’s "The Last Word with Lawrence O’Donnell" ... which was not his first stop of the night.
The "Groundhog Day" star did "The Late Show with David Letterman," where he appeared to swig vodka right from the bottle. Bill then went to dinner, where he enjoyed a few glasses of wine with his meal.
Cut to his next stop at MSNBC ... where he clumsily sat on a chair and then crashed to the floor.
Any issues regarding alcohol consumption are clearly resolved after the break when Bill slurs his way through the interview.
WWE Hall of Famer Scott Hall was physically escorted out of a wrestling event in NJ this weekend ... after promoters say the recovering substance abuser was way too hammered to do his job.
Hall has battled drug and alcohol issues for years ... but had teamed up with some other wrestling legends in recent years in a public effort to clean himself up.
Which is why the people at the Skate and Surf Music Festival in Asbury Park, NJ were so disappointed Saturday when Hall appeared to be wasted ... hours before he was supposed to host a meet and greet with fans.
According to our sources, Hall was given multiple chances to sober up ... but never did. Organizers told Hall to leave ... but he refused, demanding to be paid.
Eventually, security stepped in and escorted Hall off the property.
The event promoter, Ricky Otazu, tells TMZ Sports, "The event was too well run for us to make a fool of ourselves by allowing him to appear. We will no longer be associated with him until he gets his life in order."
Robin Thickeand his 20-year-old girlfriend aren't gonna win any SPCA awards anytime soon, because they accidentally turned their dog into a pothead.
April Love Geary gushed about Bincy last month when she and Robin plunked down $350 for the terrier mix.
But things went south quickly. April says a day after they took the pooch home it somehow got into their stash and got sick. Bincy went to the vet, but apparently she still had a taste for the green stuff.
Three days after returning home, Bincy was back at the animal doc, for the same problem. This time April insisted it was more of a contact high, but when friends started ragging on her she tweeted, "IT'S NOT ME!!! Some falls on the ground or she sits by him smoking and just inhales it hahaha."
Best we can see, Bincy's back home. Keep those Funyons away from her, Robin ... they're dangerous.
April tells us in one of the trips to the vet, although they thought the dog got into the pot the stool sample revealed it was garlic. It's unclear how the dog got into garlic.
**Gentlemen, this is your captain speaking ... we've now reached 10,000 feet ... you're now free to PARTY YOUR FACES OFF!!!!**
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers wasted no time throwing a dance party on the team's private jet Thursday night ... celebrating their blowout win over the Bulls and moving on to the Eastern Conference Finals.
J.R. Smith shot footage of Bron gettin' down to The Dream's "That's My S**t" ... while teammates slugged beers and basked in the win.
Would YOU forgive a teammate who CHEATED and costed you an Olympic medal???
Well, U.S. sprinter Justin Gatlin says he's ready to do just that when it comes to Tyson Gay -- who admitted he doped during the 2012 Olympics ... which resulted in the IOC stripping them over their silver medals in the 4x100.
Gay has admitted to taking banned substances -- but says it wasn't intentional. "I basically put my trust in someone and I was let down."
Now, with the IOC taking the medals back, Gatlin tells TMZ Sports he won't fight the decision.
"The rules are the rules ... and if the committee says we have to return it -- I’m going to follow the rules. I honestly don’t mind giving it back if it wasn't won fairly."
As for his feelings about Gay, Gatlin says ... "He has apologized for his actions and asked for public forgiveness. So now it’s time to move on from that."
Gatlin says he now has his eyes focused on another prize -- GOLD at the 2016 Games.
"I know we have another chance coming up in Rio – and we just started off the season beating the Jamaicans at the world championships."