Young Buck To 50 Cent: 'You're Trying To Sabotage Me'

Young Buck To 50 Cent: 'You're Trying To Sabotage Me'

"You wanna do sucker sh** ain't gonna get away from me, dawg."

Published April 25th

To the dismay of day-one G-Unit fans, it appears the hip-hop collective’s chieftain, 50 Cent, and one of its estranged original guerillas, Nashville rapper Young Buck, are still on the outs over a contractual dispute.

In classic Fif fashion, he recently took to Instagram to poke at Buck’s 2018 controversy involving an explicit tape with a transgender woman. Afterward, the “Get Buck” rapper remained fairly quiet and unresponsive to the social media shade. But Fif’s latest jab was Buck’s last straw, and he met the G-Unit commander right on his Instagram playing grounds to get a few things off of his chest.

  1. 50 posted a screenshot of a previous video showing Young Buck going off on him

    Furthering his ridicule of Buck’s sex tape controversy, he mockingly announced that the Tennessee rapper would be dropping new music soon. “He worked hard on this project,” Fif wrote. “I told him his personal choice to date a transsexual will confuse some of his core audience but with the support of the LGBT he should be fine.”

  2. ‘I thought you had some real nigga tendencies, homie,’ Buck clapped back in his Instagram Live address to 50

    “I’m a phone call away or a face-to-face meeting away with anything. N**ga, you a real life sucka. Trying to manipulate the fans’ minds and play with these people.” According to Buck, Fif has been throwing bricks then hiding his hand and lying to everyone about their situation, which stemmed from a label contract tug-of-war between them. Buck expressed that he simply wants out of the contract, while Fif has resorted to cowardly moves against him, he said. “You trying to sabotage me, pull my music down, sending cease and desists everywhere. Put up little posts and ‘jokeful’ a** posts and sh** while you trying to do stuff behind my back…”

  3. Buck added that he wouldn’t go out like another one of Fif’s rap nemeses, Ja Rule, either

    “What you scared for sucka?” he continued. “Line me up like Ja Rule, n**ga. Go bar for bar with me. Play that game—you scared?...You wanna do sucker sh**. You ain’t gonna get away from me, though.” He assured that the Power star’s social media antics weren’t getting to him, but when he’s ready to take the beef to the rap ring, Buck said he’ll rise to the occasion. “You ain’t had a hit—you ain’t even been involved in music. I dare you to pic up a mic and come this way, n**ga, I’m gonna slice you’re a** up.” Ultimately, Buck said his plan is to get away from him, the contract, and to “serve” Fif once and for all. “We gonna see who ‘Ja Rules’ who, b**ch.”


    See his message from the hasty Instagram Live response below:

Written by Diamond Alexis

(Photos from left: Johnny Nunez/WireImage, Prince Williams/Wireimage)


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