Lil Scrappy speaks on Young Buck and 50 Cent

29 Nov

Recently, Young Buck has changed his tone towards 50 Cent and G-Unit. Sensing that Buck is trying to get off of G-Unit Records, 50 Cent has began a series of disses aimed at Young Buck. On his latest album, 50 has a song called “So Disrespectful” that features disses towards Buck, Jay-Z, B.G., Game, and Dr. Dre. With all of this going on, Lil Scrappy has decided to bring forth his opinion.

A few years ago, Lil Scrappy was introduced to 50 Cent by Young Buck. There were hopes of Interscope Records allowing Buck to create G-Unit South. That label would have been headed by Young Buck and he was going to sign Lil Scrappy. Once that idea was shot down, Scrappy still stayed around, doing cameos in G-Unit videos. However, once the feud broke out between Young Buck and 50 Cent, he left.

Refusing to take sides, Lil Scrappy returned to Atlanta and signed to Ludacris’ DTP Records. Currently, he is preparing to take the role of flagship artists away from Luda as he plans to do movies and other things. Reminiscing about the old days, Lil Scrappy gave his opinions about the feud between 50 Cent and Young Buck.

He said that the feud between Young Buck and 50 Cent is like that between brothers. Lil Scrappy said that one day their feud will end, but not anytime soon. However, he hopes that a truce will come. Right now, Buck is trying to leave G-Unit to return to Juvenile’s UTP Records and 50 Cent wants a full return on his investment in Young Buck.

Earlier this year, Young Buck tried to end his feud with 50 Cent, but he ended up going right back and dissing him.

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