News: Young Buck Drops G-Unit Diss, "Go Get Curtis Now & Tell Him Buck Said F*ck Em" [Audio]
Friday, Jan 1, 2010 9:00AM
Young Buck has broken his silence against former rap group G-Unit by releasing a new diss track called "Happy New Year" directed at 50 Cent's entire camp.
On the record, Buck also takes aim at Tony Yayo and Unit associate 40 Glocc.
"I'm just saying, they asked for this sh*t, I ain't popping no bottles n*gga," Buck says on the song. "I just buried my best friend, it's f*ck everything/F*ck them G-Unit n*ggas and whatever you claim, you better bang/I feel no pain as I kill y'all -- 40 [Glocc] speaking on me, you don't know me homie/But I know Compton n*ggas that wanna do that for me/Go get Curtis now, tell him Buck said f*ck 'em because for the last two years this h*e ain't said nothing/I came from the dirt, I'm sh*tting on your label and p*ssing on your paperwork/Look b*tch you need this, here go some energy/Yayo you know you the biggest h*e in the industry/It's all over now, y'all better kill me/Yeah I been selling dope to feed my baby, feel me/Ain't no way in h*ll I'mma do this yearly/So I'mma start it off by saying 'Happy New Year'....You could give me ten million and I wouldn't come back/What the f*ck is 50 Cent is what Jimmy said/Look at yourself, even now digging up the dead/Get some help all you had left was one Buck/And you lost that and f*cked up, now it's 'Happy New Year.'" ("Happy New Year")
50 recently said he was preparing a visual for his Buck and Game diss track, "So Disrespectful."
"It'll be out, there'll be a visual for it," Fif promised in an interview. "The record is working by itself, that one, you know, it just plays with no assistance from the record company because people like it and took it and personally enjoy it. But I wrote that record about people I have had issues with that were pretty cool or at some point I felt they crossed me. You know, so I wrote those different things and it came out good. People enjoy it." (Big FM)
He used "So Disrespectful" to address the former ex-Unit members.
On the very next record, there is no need to infer anything. 50 gets very blunt on "So Disrespectful," calling Young Buck a drug addict and the Game jealous. "C'mon, Game, you'll never be my equal," he raps. "Your homies shoot doors, my n*ggas shoot people/ See me, I'm what you're never gonna be/ I'm in that tax bracket you're never gon' see. "I ain't know he f*cked with more dope than B.G./ Plus a n*gga sip more syrup than Pimp C," Fif continues on the track. "Man, keeping these m*therf*ckers as rich ain't easy/ Especially when a n*ggaa wanna stunt like Jeezy/ And his CDs didn't sell like his CDs/ Man that n*gga blew all his chips on them breezies/ Mad cause the world won't treat him like Weezy." (MTV)
Despite their estranged relationship, 50 recently said Buck is still on the G-Unit Records roster.
"Buck is still signed to G-Unit Records, hopefully he can come up with a record. If he can come up with a song, we can get my money back, you know what I'm saying? I hope he can come up with something right quick. I'm looking forward to that check at least. They gotta pay me not to put the [G-Unit] logo on it." (This Is 50)
Listen to Young Buck's "Happy New Year" diss song below: