Buck's manager and former G-Unit president says he's not signing elsewhere, dismisses recent interview.
Earlier this week, Young Buck admitted that he has yet to receive a royalty check with G-Unit Records in the last five years [click here to read...].
Earlier today, Buck's manager and former G-Unit president Sha Money XL commented on the claims through his publicist. "There has been a new rumor going on that 50 Cent has not paid Young
Buck any royalties. I, as Buck's manager and as former president of G-Unit Records want to make clear that that rumor is false. Young Buck has
cleared over 10 million [dollars] from working under 50's and my guidance.I don't
know if a writer waited two months from the interview to stir some new
drama up or took his words wrong, but Buck is waving the G-Unit flag
strong.I also add that any talks of Buck signing to any other labels
are false. People are playing on the divide and conquer card and that's
not gonna work."
The mention of other labels, pertains to recent grumblings that Young Buck had signed to Cash Money Records, a former label of the Nashville rapper, when he began under the tutelage of Juvenile. Young Buck spoke candidly to XXL magazine in the present issue, alongside 50 Cent, Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks on the perceived turmoil within the G-Unit group.