News: Young Buck Would Never Return To G-Unit, "What If Jay-Z Signed [Me]?" [Video]
Thursday, Apr 1, 2010 5:25PM
Southern rapper Young Buck has promised to never return to G-Unit and hinted that he may sign a deal with Jay-Z's Roc Nation.
Buck said his focus is on building his label, Cashville Records.
"I get my money with or without the G-Unit," Buck said in a video. "It will never be me amongst that again. We can just negotiate about me going about my business and him getting his percentage with the albums, but as far as me -- nah, I'm gonna ride my own...I just look at [my time over there] as a hard learning experience, I'm using it as a stepping stone at this point and I'm moving forward. I'm not even dedicating energy towards that sh*t. I'm so focused on Cashville Records and getting to a better place -- he's playing the game doing what he's doing, and I'm doing what I'm doing...This is an exclusive -- think about this, if 50 signed Beanie Sigel, if Beanie Sigel signed [to] 50 Cent, then what if Jay-Z signed Young Buck?"
Last February, Buck blasted his former rap group during a concert in Detroit, Michigan.
"I'm a real life n*gga," Buck told a crowd of Detroit fans. "For real. I wanna clear this sh*t up real quick because I see a lot of real n*ggas in here, you understand me. Let me tell you something. I don't f*ck with that n*gga 50 Cent for real. F*ck that n*gga. For real though, look, I got a lot of love for Eminem, that's my n*gga. You understand that? You understand me? Eminem don't even agree with the bullsh*t 50 Cent is doing with me. You understand me -- don't worry about Buck, I'm good with or without some b*tch a** n*gga named 50 motherf*cking Cent...F*ck you, f*ck the contract, I'm in Detroit, I'm in Eminem's hometown...A lot of these n*ggas can't come to Detroit, this is a no fly zone...I promise you, you will not see Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, none of them b*tch a** n*ggas out here without some motherf*cking security..." (BC)
Tony Yayo said he would not respond to Buck's most recent disses.
"Look, I told you, I'm not talking about a n*gga that has zero, nothing," Yayo told radio host DJ Whoo Kid. "I'm good man, rest in peace to Tick man...He frustrated. N*ggas know it's rough in the rap game right now, only the strong are surviving. Riding in nice cars, rappers are gonna have to start rapping for food soon...A n*gga can keep saying what he wanna say, but as long as those checks keep coming for me, I'm good...He's broke, what do you want me [to say?] How you spell broke? B-r-o-k-e. What do you do when a n*gga's on his last legs, don't have nothing, baby mom's all over the place, you was eating Olivia." (Radio Planet TV)
The Unit's Lloyd Banks recently spoke on ex-members like Buck and Game.
"I don't know what people don't understand," he said in an interview. "If this was all over today and we had to go back to the hood, we would be together. You feel me? We family. You stick with family through thick and thin. Its easier to jump ship when you ain't part of the crew. These guys complain when 'they' f*ck up. But, when they were over here, they were driving $200,000 cars, [had] million dollar cribs and G-Unit pom-poms up. Once the parade go by, they want to complain." (All Hip Hop)
Check out Young Buck's interview below: