If there is to be a reunion of G-Unit in the future, it doesn’t look as if Young Buck will be a part of it.
Recently calling in to speak on DJ Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 radio show, Buck stated his position clearly: “This is not a G-Unit reunion. It’s not me signing with G-Unit,” says Buck. “I haven’t even spoke with 50 in years. I wish him all the best. I don’t got no ill will in me. I was taught from the very beginning, you can forgive, but don’t forget.”
A couple of weeks ago, G-Unit boss 50 Cent more or less left the door open to Buck possibly returning to the fold if he showed effort, but it seems Buck is ready to put that chapter behind him altogether.
In addition to the G-Unit reunion rumors, Buck also took the time to address the notion that he’s penniless after an ugly bankruptcy episode. “I paid my own bankruptcy off from the penitentiary,” Buck said. “My picture was being painted as if Buck is broke and Buck ain’t got s**t, but in reality Buck been straight for a long time.”
Young Buck, born David Brown, also sent a special shout out to a number of people who he said took the time to reach out to him while he was in prison. Among those mentioned were Snoop Dogg, Lil Boosie, 2 Chainz, Birdman, B.G., The Game, Drumma Boy, Big Meech, and Young Jeezy
Buck says he’d love to work with Dr. Dre, Eminem, Ice Cube and Kendrick Lamar on a new project he’s hoping to release soon.