As of now, Young Buck still hasn't formally answered MTV News' requests for comment on [article id="1585813"]allegations made a few days ago[/article] by 50 Cent and G-Unit — allegations that drug problems (including cocaine and syrup) and inconsistent behavior were among the reasons why he was [article id="1584971"]dismissed from the group[/article]. However, on Saturday afternoon (April 19), multiple sources sent MTV News a new song by the Tennessee MC.
As predicted by 50 Cent, Buck responded to the Unit's MTV interview in song, but it's not the loaded dis anthem Fif was expecting. Buck's new record is called "My Interview," and he speaks frankly in the song about some of the recent issues.
"Damn right I'm sipping syrup, flipping birds to get what I deserve," Buck raps in the opening verse. "And I hear the same things that you heard/ That '50 kicked him out' or 'Buck sniffs coke and he flips out'/ It's too late, the whole world know what I be about/ Sh--, I do make mistakes like any other man/ Sh--, I recoup off an album, quicker than you can ... Am I loyal? Dr. Dre can answer that for ya."
The second verse — although Buck doesn't mention 50's or his own name — could be interpreted as a reference to his and Fif's once-close relationship and its deterioration. Buck makes Biblical references to Cain and Abel in the lyrics.
On the chorus, an unknown performer sings, "It ain't nothing I ain't been through/ Seen the evil sh-- that men do."
Buck comes in, declaring, "This ain't nothing to me."
The singer rejoins the chorus, crooning, "Muthaf---- we ain't been cool."
As the record closes out, Buck ends with a sermon-like rhyme, admitting, "I had my hand and nose in the 'D.' "
Although it is still unclear where the song will officially appear, producer J.A. recently told MTV News that he and Buck are working on a mixtape called Honorable Discharge: Cashville Chronicles that should be out in the coming weeks. Buck also has a DVD called "A Billion Buck$" slated for release June 10.
Although he is no longer a member of the group, Buck is still signed to G-Unit Records. According to 50, Buck will also appear on the Unit's Terminate on Sight LP when it is released June 24.