By Alyssa Debonair
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
In 2002, Young Buck met a rising 50 Cent, and became the fourth member of G-Unit. With Tony Yayo incarcerated, Young Buck was the only third G-Unit member the people knew. He was the Southern member of the group, representing Nashville.
Many people didn’t know, at the time, Young Buck was very close with the Cash Money Records crew. Early in his career, Young Buck was close with Birdman, later making moves with Juvenile. He made cameos in the early Cash Money videos.
Recently, Young Buck stopped by “The Breakfast Club,” where he spoke with DJ Envy, Angela Yee, and Charlamagne Tha God. In the interview, he explained his affiliation with Cash Money, and why he never signed with them. This led to talking about 50 Cent, his new music, his future, and much more.
Watch the entire interview below:
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