In a new clip, Buck Marley denied having any issues with the Unit and said they are still a tight-knit family crew.
“Real sh*t never die. G-Unit ain’t going no f*cking where period. Straight up. Straight up. The brand G-Unit will never go nowhere. It was built from real sh*t and it’s going to end on. It’s always going to stand on real sh*t. Period. Point blank period. No matter how you n*ggas tangle, twist, hate it, whatever n*gga, it’s built on real sh*t, stands on real sh*t and it’s going to be here, n*gga. And it’s a part of me, period, n*gga. I don’t give a f*ck if you n*ggas see me over here doing this and that, it’s always G-Unit. I don’t got to keep screaming G-Unit to make you n*ggas know it’s G-Unit with me. N*gga. I don’t got to make you n*ggas or go put up a post with me and 50 to make you n*ggas know me and 50 are on good terms, n*gga. I’m establishing me. I’m a grown a** man. Quit asking me if there’s a f*cking problem with me and 50 Cent. That’s my f*cking brother. You n*ggas will be the first to know but you won’t hear it from me.”
This week, Young Buck reflected on his pre-G-Unit days with Cash Money.
Last month, G-Unit’s Tony Yayo reflected on what his crew did for New York City.
Days prior, 50 Cent shared the same pic and reflected on the original Unit’s rise.