He said he hasn’t spoken to his former label boss in “years,” but holds out hope they could get back together despite Fif’s recent shots at Buck on social media.

“It’s just one of those situations where a lot has been said and done from my end as well as his,” Buck said. “We’ve never had the chance to sit down and talk like men, face to face.

“50 does a lot of things social media-wise so it tends to put us in a compromising position where our fans have to pick sides — they really don’t know the truth, they’re coming up with what they think it is.

“And he has a bigger platform, so if he says this, then it seems like everybody immediately [thinks], ‘Oh, he’s right.’”

Despite all that, Buck says he bears no ill will towards the G-Unit head honcho.

“I don’t got nothing negative to say in regards to us at this point. I had a great run,” he elaborated, before sharing his thoughts about the future.

“Could I come back to G-Unit and tour and get money together? Yeah. I’m open to that,” he said. “In regards to me signing to the label and stuff like that, I think that’s a little bit far-fetched right now.”

Another notable moment in the interview came when Young Buck discussed songwriting. He was adamant that “nobody wrote my music for me, ever.” However, he said that wasn’t always the case with 50 Cent.

Buck has been speaking openly about his issues with 50 for the past few years. Back in 2022, he appeared on the It’s Tricky with Raquel Harper podcast and blamed the mogul for his bankruptcy. 50, Buck alleged, stopped him from putting out music.

“Once he stopped me from being able to make money, I filed another bankruptcy,” Buck said.

“I included what he claimed that I owed him in the bankruptcy to be able to say, ‘Well hey, if you’re owed this and present whatever receipts or whatever… You will be paid type of situation.’ But that was the only way I was able to go forward with working.”

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