A former G-Unit rapper complains that 50 Cent has a feud with him for no apparent reason – contradicting his own previous statements.

Young Buck sat down to talk with Steve-O and used this opportunity to push a new narrative about his long-going beef. All of a sudden, Young Buck appeared to be an innocent, quaint man and hardworking parent suffering from an inexplainable animosity toward a rich man.

On the record, he said:

I don’t know what I did to make him want to see me, not feed my children. Fifty’s his own person, but I would never wish death or wanna see him not be able to feed his family. We had our misunderstandings — I don’t even call them beefs. But to do some of the things that he’s done in attempt to try to discredit my name, discredit me as a person, to damage my character and put out all these false narratives of different things in regards to certain craziness that I’ve went through. It’s just like, “You’re rich, my man. You’re still doing your thing. I love your TV show Power, you know what I mean? Why are you doing this to me?! Bruh, we was once brothers. I’ve always looked at you as a big brother. Yes, I’ve made mistakes too but I’ve never done anything to try to take food out of your mouth or stop you from eating. To see how aggressive he is towards me makes me feel like, damn, are you trying to Ja Rule me, too?!

Well, as far as everybody knows, it all started in 2008. Young Buck was expelled from G-Unit and has never accepted that. However, in 2014, he signed a contract to deliver two albums to G-Unit Records and has never honoured his promise. Young Buck filed for bankruptcy in 2020 to dodge paying his debt to Fifty while 50 Cent’s lawyers tried to prevent it, claiming that the former G-Unit rapper had hidden assets and could pay off the $250,000 debt allegedly owed to the label. Now, the rapper is trying to sell his catalogue to avoid another bankruptcy.

Meanwhile, Young Buck was spreading shocking allegations tarnishing Fifty’s name and reputation and then offering peace. Let’s look at some headlines: Young Buck Turns Against 50 Cent Again, Claims He Wrote Hit For “Get Rich or Die Tryin’”, Young Buck Declares His Beef With 50 Cent Was Fake, Promises Collaboration and Then Takes It All Back. The list goes on. And, of course, a breached contract is a breached contract. It is not uncommon for people to think they have done nothing wrong in a relationship. But even so, for Young Buck to pretend that he doesn’t know why Fifty is angry is too much.

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