Young Buck Blames Himself for G-Unit Fall Out
Young Buck is owning up to what he feels as his part in instigating the beef between him and his former G-Unit crew. According to Buck, his new plan is to simply make good music, and put the public disagreement between he and 50 Cent behind him.
"I'd rather just focus on making the music instead of dedicating energy to some s--- that's meaningless," Buck said in an interview. "If we got a problem with each other, it is what it is. Maybe I got out of pocket a little bit because I played a part in the sh-- too. So I can't sit here and act like I ain't did sh--. I just as much played a part of it as any other of the n----s I was with. Whether it was 50, [Lloyd] Banks or [Tony] Yayo or beefing with n----s unnecessarily, n----s had they reasons at the time for what they were beefing over but when its all said and done ain't nobody got shot. Ain't nothing come from it basically."
Buck and 50 fell out after the Tennessee native released the song 'Pullin' Me Back In,' chronicling his disassociation with his former crew. 50 retaliated by releasing a telephone call in which Buck began to cry over his financial problems. 50 reportedly loaned Buck the $250,000 to cover his bills.
"I think a lot of muthaf---as think I'm going to come out and beef with 50 but I ain't looking to do it like that. That other sh-- ain't bout nothing, it is what it is."
Buck is currently working on his forthcoming release, 'The Rehab.' No word yet on if 50 is looking to reconcile.