G-Unit's head honcho rejects terms of the deal.
A 50 Cent and Young Buck reunion doesn't look like it's happening anytime soon. The Wall Street Journal is reporting that 50 Cent is fighting a debt repayment plan proposed by Young Buck. The former G-Unit rapper filed the plan in U.S. Bankrupcy court in Nashville as an attempt to work out his financial issues, but lawyers for 50 aren't biting.
50, one of Young Buck's creditors, doesn't believe that Buck will be able to pay off his debts in five years, as the plan proposes. Lawyers for 50 said that they "had trouble identifying where he had been on tour, who had booked his travel, how he had even gotten from one place to another" and are not sure "whether any creditor can truly rely upon these claims and projections by the debtor."
But the bankrupcy court won't decide whether or not to accept Buck's plans until the rapper works out his recording contract with G-Unit. 50's lawyers say Buck is trying to reject his recording agreement.
Lawyers for both rappers will face off in court on July 19.