News: Former G-Unit Singer Olivia Denies Young Buck Sex Rumors, "Get The Hell Outta Here" [Audio]
Friday, Jul 10, 2009 2:30PM
Former G-Unit member Olivia emerged this week to deny rumors of her having sexual relationships with Young Buck and Maino.
Speaking with DJ Whoo Kid via a phone interview, Olivia denied recent rumors which, she claimed, began to spread via Twitter.
"Y'all are in so much trouble with me now," she said jokingly. "That is so it, I'm not your girlfriend anymore, Whoo Kid. I denounce it son. [laughs] I'm not messing with y'all. Y'all done had your Fourth of July parade. What's funny is that I actually was just checking my Twitter page real quick and one of the girls forwarded the message that you sent and said you was looking for me and when I seen the caption that Maino is looking for Olivia, I said 'Ah here Whoo Kid go.' ... Get the h*ll outta here about [me and Buck rumors]. Please. Y'all are the worst yo. I miss y'all retards, yo. Nah come on, get outta here. You know better than that Whoo Kid 'cause you were always with me. Don't act like we weren't in the casino and got ran up on by Buck 'cause he's mad we over there shooting dice and he's holding our phones. [Mase], that's my boy. We reached out and looked out for him." (Radio Planet TV)
Whoo Kid has been name-dropping Olivia recently on Twitter and his radio show.
"Maino Wants OLIVIA LOL!!!!! Where is she @ LOL," he wrote last weekend. "Whoo Kid and Maino Want to make a sex tape with Olivia can someone twit her that!!!POOOOOWWW...HOLY SH*T OLIVIA IS CALLING IN NOW -Cursing us Out LOL!!!! Did Olivia Pizzle Buck,Mase, or Banks hear her answer now on Shade45..." (DJ Whoo Kid's Twitter)
50 Cent announced Olivia's departure from G-Unit around spring 2007 on the now defunct "Miss Jones in the Morning" radio show.
"Yeah, there was just so many miscommunications going on with the actual project," Fif said about releasing Olivia from his label. "That it frustrated me to the point, that I felt like I gotta focus on 50 Cent." ("Miss Jones In The Morning")
In addition to being the "First Lady of G-Unit," she was also set to release her first album on the label called Behind Closed Doors.
Her G-Unit set captures her street savvy wit on hip-hop tracks featuring her brethren 50, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck and Tony Yayo, as well as her more vulnerable disposition on honest ballads. The diverse assortment of beats are delivered by a variety of respected producers including Dr. Dre, resident G-Unit producer Sha Money XL, Robert Smith and the Movement, among others. (Olivia Spot)
Check out Olivia's interview with DJ Whoo Kid below: