On the heels of receiving two years' probation for carrying a concealed weapon, Eminem has pleaded no contest to two other gun-related charges, Reuters reports. This time, the controversial rapper faces up to five years in jail for an incident last year, when he allegedly menaced Insane Clown Posse's road manager with a gun during a spat outside a Michigan music store. Even so, Eminem's lawyers expect he'll merely get probation at his sentencing on June 5.