Tony Yayo sent a tweet of support to his one-time rival Young Buck Saturday (November 9).
Since his release from prison after an 18-month sentence on weapons charges, Young Buck has reunited with some of his former G-Unit partners.
Saturday, Tony Yayo tweeted his support to Young Buck.
good to see you home homie, lets get this money @youngbuck
— Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) November 9, 2013
G-Unit producer Sha Money XL sent his support to Young Buck via Twitter earlier this month.
@youngbuck Get em Buck!
— SHA MONEY XL (@SHAMONEYXL) November 1, 2013
Buck responded to the shout-out, following it up with the hashtag, #HARDWORK.
— The Real Young Buck (@youngbuck) November 2, 2013
Sha Money also posted an Instagram picture of Young Buck in the studio, with the following caption: "Quad to Quad From NYC to Nashville-Shadyville to Cashville me and my brother @buckshotz gonna always rock. We back in the kitchen cooking up. #Teamwork #Cashville":
Young Buck collaborated with Sha Money XL on G-Unit's debut album, Beg For Mercy ("Beg For Mercy"), as well as on Young Buck's Straight Outta Cashville ("Do It Like Me").
Buck's falling-out with 50 Cent precipitated his departure from G-Unit.