Are the Two Sides Ready For A Sit-Down?
6:00AM ET September 15th, 2010
Contributor : Hip Hop Blog Staff
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There are signs that one of hip-hop's most bitter feuds may be coming to an end.
In a recent interview with Angela Yee, 50 Cent discussed the much-publicized feud between G-Unit and Young Buck. According to 50, Buck is still officially signed to the label, but hasn't made the effort to reach out to the label or to 50 Cent himself. Buck has been claiming that his contractual obligations to G-Unit left him 'blacklisted' and unable to work with top artists. 50, for his part, claims that he is very much open to having a sit-down with his former G-Unit soldier. 50 spoke to Yee over the phone during the historic Eminem and Jay-Z concert in New York City on September 13th.
"He's actually [still] signed to G-Unit Records," 50 told Yee from Yankee Stadium. "Well, I think we need to sit-down. [He can't reach me?] If he can reach you, how can't he reach me? If he's trying to reach you, he could, the same way you could reach me."
"Buck is impulsive. And even when you see his outbursts, his random outbursts, again, you'll see it be quiet, nobody's talking, negative energy going on and then he'll go 'F*ck that, this and that, I ain't want no G-Unit reunion! I'm gonna kill' -- he's not gonna do none of that. It's just who he is, he just does that randomly. People wondered why I taped the conversation I did a long time ago and it was an explanation, to explain what I had been going through. That was happening periodically."