For the past few weeks, the talk of the hip-hop community has been Young Buck‘s dismissal from the G-Unit group. Always known to start trouble, G-Unit head honcho 50 Cent sat down alongside Banks and Yayo for an interview with MTV, last week, in which he described Buck’s lifestyle as “like a drug dealer” and predicted a diss record would be coming. Sure enough, Buck took the time to vent his frustrations with the Unit on My Interview. Unlike former and current 50 foes Ja Rule, Fat Joe, Jadakiss and The Game, however, Buck implicitly states that he won’t let his career be run by conflict, but rather intends to focus on his own business. Stay tuned to see if Buck can maintain his current attitude.
Written by Burmy on 04/20/08
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