G-Unit’s Tony Yayo has decided to give ex-associate Young Buck a pass despite his recent diss records and taunts.
According to the “Talk of New York,” Buck is not worthy of a response.
“Look, I told you, I’m not talking about a n*gga that has zero, nothing,” Yayo told radio host DJ Whoo Kid. “I’m good man, rest in peace to Tick man…He frustrated. N*ggas know it’s rough in the rap game right now, only the strong are surviving. Riding in nice cars, rappers are gonna have to start rapping for food soon…A n*gga can keep saying what he wanna say, but as long as those checks keep coming for me, I’m good…He’s broke, what do you want me [to say?] How you spell broke? B-r-o-k-e. What do you do when a n*gga’s on his last legs, don’t have nothing, baby mom’s all over the place, you was eating Olivia.” (Radio Planet TV)
Earlier this month, Buck explained how he wanted a one-on-one conversation with 50 Cent.
“Mr. Curtis can only hold me for so long,” Buck said in an interview with DJ Scream. “Eventually he’s gotta come to some type of terms of negotiations. I haven’t spoke to 50 in three years. I done did every thing you could do, called the n*gga’s phone to having lawyers reach out. I really just want to have a sit-down with this n*gga, eye to eye. [We can do it] personally or on ESPN, BET, MTV, wherever he wanna do this sh*t, I just really want to look at this sh*t in his eyes and see how this n*gga really feels and how he’s going about handling me because I’m a real n*gga and this is something that 50 does though. Every one of them G-Unit n*ggas know how I get down. Period. Ain’t no bullsh*t…” (DJ Scream)
Lately, Buck has been dropping diss records aimed at 50 and the Unit.
“Put me in positions where it seems I’m the victim,” Buck raps, “And even though you diss him, still the whole world miss him/Way out in London, England n*ggas like he still breathing and soon I will get even but my goals I’m still achieving/I am Cashville like LeBron James is Cleveland, no Allen [Iverson], I ain’t coming back to the team this season…God Bless him for him not know what he do — concerts with no backpack or college degree, you ask me, jealousy is what a lot of it be/It’s not smart just to throw me in the dark/I put back together what you tried to tear apart…” (“Finish What You Start”)
He has also directly gone after Yayo and Lloyd Banks on tracks like “Do It For Ya.”
“For every record that you sell, I got a bullet for ya,” Buck raps. “I see that you won’t keep it real, so let me do it for ya/I can do it for ya, let me do it for ya/Them other n*ggas couldn’t get you but I can do it for ya…[laughs] How it feel Curtis? What was it, like ten million on Get Rich or Die Tryin’ right? N*gga you did a hundred and something thousand records on your last sh*t. We don’t f*ck with you no more. B*tch a** n*gga. Oh I’m so hard on your h*e a**, n*gga, you thought you did something to Buck. You created a monster you f*ck n*gga! Eh Yayo, Jimmy [Iovine] told me he’ll never put out another album of yours. So I understand why you washing that n*gga 50’s draws…Eh Banks, don’t forget now, I brought you back around that b*tch a** n*gga Curtis, you know when you was at home and sh*t…” (“Do It For Ya”)