Young Buck has had an up and down relationship with 50 Cent, but this time around he is not interested in a G-Unit reunion.
After releasing 36 parts of his 3 hour interview with VLAD TV, Young Buck is focused on the future and moving forward without 50 Cent in the picture. It appears the Cashville artist is on the verge of a second shot at the music industry once he over comes a few more hurdles.
For Buck, if the business aspect of any possible reunion isn’t right, then it doesn’t make sense. “I’m dealing with somebody that’s worked tireless trying to end my career,” Buck said closing out his interview on VLAD TV. “Its just a different feel when you see somebody go as hard as he went in regards to me. So, I really can’t see myself being a part of G-Unit or being involved in G-Unit at this point in no kind of way.”
Although Buck reunited with the group back in June of 2014, after years of turmoil, this time around he will leave it in God’s hands. And until then he will focus on his music career, upcoming documentary, and artists he hopes to help shine.
Buck and Drumma Boy have linked up again and are set to release “Back On My Buck Sh*t Volume 3”. “It’s about to be one of those moments that you really get to hear Buck in raw form,” Buck explained.