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Young Buck Says No Days Off, Hooks Up W/ Former G-Unit South Affiliate

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Former G-Unit member Young Buck is proving he’s still on the music grind by reaching out to his one-time “Money in the Bank” collaborator Lil’ Scrappy.

Buck and Scrappy exchanged a few words over the weekend, sparking possible collaboration speculation.

“”@reallilscrappy: @youngbuck it’s go time homie” Tru Dat!!! Never Looking Back…#Salute,” Buck tweeted November 23.

“”@reallilscrappy: @youngbuck Dm me yo # nigga” Check Ya Trap…Done” (Young Buck’s Twitter)

Reportedly their first time in the lab together in years, Buck Marley and ex-Unit member Game recently clocked in time for at least one new track.

The studio makes for strange friends. The Game and Young Buck put aside their tumultuous past and reunited in the studio for their track new “Rolling Stone.” Both rappers were down with G-Unit until they had separate, highly-public falling outs with honcho 50 Cent. Buck may be putting the past behind him with other members of G-Unit too. We reported that Tony Yayo recently shouted Buck out on Twitter with, “good to see you home homie, lets get this money @youngbuckm,” which implies that a collabo may be in the process. Buck appears to be on his music grind after his two-year prison sentence for weapons possession. He only served a portion of that and was released this year. (RapFix)

A few weeks ago, former G-Unit president Sha Money XL revealed he and Buck were in the studio and prepping the rapper’s long-awaited comeback project.

“@youngbuck Get em Buck!,” Sha tweeted.

“Quad to Quad From NYC to Nashville-Shadyville to Cashville me and my brother @buckshotz gonna always rock. We back in the kitchen cooking up. #Teamwork #Cashville,” Sha posted onto his Instagram page November 2. (Sha Money XL’s Instagram)

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