UPDATED 2/7, 10:40 a.m.: Buck dropped a new song titled “It’s Nothing” featuring a direct jab at 50 Cent. Just after the 20-second mark below, he raps, “And I been paying my rent/I’ma just keep it a buck, you just 50 Cent.”
Though that’s the only Fiddy name-check on the YoungSeph-produced track, it’s possible Buck is lashing out further with bars like, “I’m knowing they switched on me/So I’m just keeping this stick on me/I’m just picking up bags, why these pussy n***as trying to pick on me?/This is a victory, y’all n***as ain’t lit to me/Been here for a century, 100 bands ain’t shit to me, quit playing.”
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Getting on 50 Cent’s bad side isn’t for the faint of heart.
“Leave that girl alone,” Fif captioned a video of Buck with the headline that he was arrested. “She didn’t know he had all this shit going on, none of us did. And He best be coming up wit my money.”
Buck was apprehended on Wednesday after his ex-girlfriend alleged that he came to her home, kicked her door, and damaged her car when she didn’t respond to a text saying he was coming over. He was later booked on a vandalism charge in a local jail and released under a $1,000 bond.
50 Cent and Buck have their own disagreements, which stem from Buck filing for bankruptcy in January 2020 when he had debts with 50, his ex-girlfriend, the IRS, and other creditors. Buck was also accused of attempting to hide $24,228 in royalties when he reached a settlement. In late December, 50 Cent claimed he and G-Unit own Buck’s entire music catalog and that Buck owes him money.
Last March, Buck claimed his beef with 50 Cent was fake, leading Fif to call him an “impulsive liar” on Instagram. He also revisited the reason behind their beef, which has to do with Buck supposedly dating a trans woman. “SMH,” wrote Fif in the since-deleted post. “He only makes a fool of him self and the transgender man he was dating for a year gets angry every time he says he got cat fished stop lying Damn!”