Young Buck Responds To 50 Cent's Leaked Phone Call In New Dis Track -- Listen To It Here!

'The only people that record conversations is 5-0,' Buck raps.

Young Buck has obviously reached his boiling point regarding his falling-out with the G-Unit. On Tuesday, 50 Cent released a taped phone conversation of an emotional talk between the two where Buck was sobbing as he pleaded to be allowed back into the G-Unit and spoke of dire monetary problems. Buck said during the conversation that he would never write a dis record about 50.

But on Wednesday afternoon (June 18), the Tennessee native retaliated with a song called "Taped Conversation."

The song's lyrics include these lines: "B---h n---s do b---h thangs/ Look at 50, what he do just to get fame/ Record my phone call when I spoke from the heart/ That was a year ago, this was a joke from the start/ You a ho, I know/ The only people that record conversations is 5-0."

Buck also jokes that 50 and Tony Yayo are having a love affair, and that Lloyd Banks is upset with the Unit but afraid to speak his mind.

Later in the song, Buck addresses his tears during the phone conversation.

"If a real n---a cry, it's real pain/ I don't feel no shame."

Buck's seven-year tenure with G-Unit came crashing down earlier this year when 50 Cent kicked him out of the group because of what he called "inconsistent behavior." 50 cited Buck appearing onstage with Lil Wayne and then turning around and dissing Weezy on records for G-Unit's upcoming Terminate on Sight LP. 50 also was upset that Buck had missed recording sessions for the album and the G-Unit's mixtapes. 50 claimed some of Buck's behavior was due to the effects of a drug problem. Buck basically admitted to some narcotic use in a song called "The Interview," which hit the Net and the streets shortly after the G-Unit's interview with MTV News was published.

There are two verses in "Taped Conversation" — Buck threatened to add a third verse if 50 or somebody from his camp comes back in song. "The devil in disguise" is how Buck described the man he once called a big brother.