You are here
Home > Hip Hop News > 50 Cent refuses to let up on Young Buck, flagging his new music video with a copyright claim, calling it “Fofty, I want my money Mondays” [PHOTO]

50 Cent refuses to let up on Young Buck, flagging his new music video with a copyright claim, calling it “Fofty, I want my money Mondays” [PHOTO]

By Jay Rich
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Seeing how things have turned, Young Buck was better off staying estranged from 50 Cent. During the original G-Unit run, when they were on top of the game, no one went as hard as Young Buck, for the crew. It was Buck who would take on every beef, personally.

In 2007, despite Young Buck releasing an album, there were rumblings of him and 50 Cent having a falling out. Just two years prior, 50 Cent kicked The Game out of G-Unit, and the label. Then, in 2008, Buck suffered the same fate, except 50 kept him in his contract.

50 Cent and Young Buck began beefing, again, some time ago. The two made in 2014, after six years at war. Now, 50 Cent is putting Buck on blast for his alleged sextape with a transwoman. Adding to that, 50 recently had Young Buck’s new music video removed YouTube, on copyright claims, bragging on Instagram about it.

See 50 Cent’s IG post below:

Follow Hip-HopVibe.com on Twitter @HipHopVibe1.

Top
%d bloggers like this: