50 Cent is Known for its impact on the hip-hop industry. The controversies relating to Young Buck and 50 Cent are ongoing. Recently, Young Buck reacted to 50 Cent’s latest Instagram jab with a new track, ‘Its Nothing.’
50 Cent and Young Buck are back to their old tricks. The Power CEO mocked his former partner-in-rhyme on Instagram shortly after the former G-Unit Records musician was jailed in Nashville, Tennessee for reportedly vandalizing his ex-girlfriend’s vehicle. Fiddy posted Buck’s mugshot on Thursday, February 3.
“Buck B-Unit Bi sexual Unit. Leave that girl alone, she didn’t know he had all this sh*t going on none of us did And He best be coming up wit my money.”
In retribution, Young Buck has released a new song called “It’s Nothing,” which contains a clear reference to 50 Cent’s most recent legal troubles. “Ima keep it a buck, you just 50 Cent,” the 40-year-old rapper raps about his ex-label boss on the tune, which was released on Friday, February 4.
For years, 50 Cent and Young Buck have been at odds. Primarily on Fiddy’s belief that Buck is a secret homosexual who once had an intimate relationship with a trans woman. Buck claimed in March 2021 that their strained friendship was all a ruse.
“We ain’t got no muthaf*ckin’ beef. You understand me? That’s what you muthaf*ckas get ’cause you muthaf*ckas are always chasing this beef shit, and then we done played y’all muthaf*ckin’ ass. Whole time, bro.”
“We made all you muthaf*ckas think that it’s beef and we don’t like each other. I just got off the phone with the n****. We just shot a video yesterday. About to drop it and give it to the world. … This social media shit got you people f*cked up. Y’all got played this time.”
According to AllHipHop, Buck is still signed to G-Unit Records six months later and owes 50 Cent two more albums. 50 Cent allegedly wanted to collect on a $250,000 debt Buck allegedly owes, as well as two albums he never finished for G-Unit, according to docs filed in Young Buck’s bankruptcy case. Buck allegedly inked a two-year deal in 2014, which would commence following the release of the first album, according to 50.
Buck, however, declined to record any songs under the arrangement with G-Unit due to his ongoing conflict with 50 Cent. Buck, according to 50 Cent, has been making singles and mixtapes in violation of their recording contract. Buck released an album called 40 Days and 40 Nights last July that had nothing to do with the long-running Hip Hop label. The Tennessee native’s most recent release is “It’s Nothing.” For further updates stay tuned to Thirsty.
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