Former G-Unit affiliate Slowbucks is not backing down from his rift with 50 Cent and unleashed a new diss track called “0-300 Real Quick.” #WhatsBeef

SB’s unexpected beef record premiered online Tuesday (June 10) evening.

Now that G-Unit is officially back, it only seems right that they’re involved in some sort of beef. Today, Slowbucks has released a G-Unit diss song over Drake’s “0-100” instrumental. The situation between Slowbucks and 50 Cent has continued to escalate since Summer Jam, where Slowbucks was reportedly assaulted and his chain was taken while on stage. He held press conference with his attorney last week and announced that they plan to launch a full investigation on the incident. (Complex)

Coincidentally, Slowbucks said he was not intimidated by 50 this week.

As for Slowbucks … he claimed he was jumped on June 1 by 50’s goons who jacked his gold chain while 50 was onstage at the Summer Jam Festival in Jersey. Slowbucks tells TMZ … he’s not scared of 50 or his posse, telling us, “People know how I roll in the streets.” He says 50 can keep the chain, saying he doesn’t want this to escalate into a Tupac/Biggie situation. (TMZ)

Although he did not single anyone out, Fif unleashed some fury from his Instagram page Monday (June 9) presumably aimed at SB.

“Man, you ain’t gonna believe this sh*t. I just got confronted by an angry snitch. N*gga said, ‘Yeah I’m snitching, n*gga, and what!? SBOE. Snitching Boy, On Everything.’ I’m sitting here like, ‘D*mn, where all this coming from? I thought you was cool, n*gga.’,” 50 said in a video posted to his Instagram page and captioned with: “Stop telling TMZ I can keep your chain Boy. I don’t snatch chains,This don’t make no sense.#smsaudio #animalambition” (50 Cent’s Instagram)

During a G-Unit reunion show Sunday (June 8), Fif accused the ex-affiliate of working with law enforcement.

“I want everyone to get home safe,” Fif said to the crowd before leaving, “because there’s so much police in here courtesy of Slowbucks.” (Real Talk NY)


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