Young Buck Buckles Down On 50 Cent Ghostwriting Accusations

For someone who claims his beef with 50 Cent was fake, former G-Unit soldier Young Buck sounds like he has real problems with his ex-boss. The latest chapter of their feud sees Buck doubling down on prior claims that he’s ghostwritten 50’s rhymes and hasn’t gotten credit (or cash).

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Young Buck Buckles Down On 50 Cent Accusations

In an interview with the Big Facts podcast on Diddy‘s Revolt TV, Young Buck reiterated the story he’s told for years, that he wrote some of 50 Cent’s lyrics.

“I wrote 50 music, bro. I done wrote full songs where you n*ggas is listening to 50 rap my words. Word for word. The n*gga might change one here or a line here, but when you listen to the ‘Too Rich’ song, that’s just off of my head, that’s just one I inked from top to bottom.”

In addition, the BET Award nominee said he hasn’t been paid for his contributions to 50 Cent’s catalog.

“No credit, no nothing for it. Just like the ‘Can’t Lose’ record that was released under G-Unit. I ain’t seen a check from that shit and G-Unit released that.”

Young Buck buckles down on 50 Cent accusations.

Young Bucks Says Beef W/ 50 Cent Was Staged

Buck Marley recently went to his Instagram page to talk about where things really stand between him and Fif. Without getting too specific, YB claims they never had any true issues with one another.

“We planned that sh*t. We don’t got no motherf*cking beef. … We done played y’all motherf*cking a**. You motherf*ckers are running around and just like, ‘God d*mn, man.’ The whole time, bro. You dig? The whole time y’all thinking whatever the f*ck y’all thinking.”

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Young Buck + 50 Cent faked their rap beef.

Young Buck Low-Key Warns 50 Cent

Before his revelation that he didn’t really beef with 50, Buck sure made it sound like he really did beef with 50. The hip-hop veteran came forward to warn the world about his inevitable return to the spotlight, which was viewed by many as a shot at Curtis Jackson.

“You better WATCH those people that BOUNCE BACK from EVERYTHING that was meant to DESTROY them! Those are GOD’S people and they’re not to be PLAYED WITH … #GoodNight AND #GoodMorning Y’all??‍♂️?!!!”

Young Buck Prepares Fans For Comeback

In late December 2020, Buck took to his Instagram to share a collage with Three 6 Mafia founder and Memphis native DJ Paul. He let it be known they were taking over 2021 and urged followers to get ready.

“2021 THE WORLD?IS OURS @djpaulkom ??‍♂️?!!!! WHO READY?????????⁉️”

“Who Ready??? #TheyGonSeeTennessee Full Project Goin Down‼️ . 2021 Lookin Better Already!!! It’s Goin Down As We Speak!!!! ##ScaleAton #WeGotTheBeats #Ep #Album #Singles #itsatennesseethang #tenakey #tennessee #memphis #nashville”