50 Cent has made it clear about the status of Young Buck, one of his artists who has had a shaky relationship with the company for several months.50 Cent revealed today [April 7] that the Tennessee rapper was no longer in G-Unit the group, but would still record for the label. You can look at it and see thats Game [former G-Unit rapper] all the way. I was giving him a chance, giving him the benefit of the doubt [to remain with the group]. You can take this as an official notice right here pretty much you can say: Young Buck is no longer in the group G-Unit, but signed to G-Unit [Records] as a solo artist, 50 Cent told DJ Envy, a co-host on the Hot 97 Morning Show with Miss Jones. Most recently, Young Buck revealed that he had not collected any royalty income as an artist on G-Unit Records, a subsidiary of Interscope. Those reports were quickly dispelled by Sha Money XL, manager of Young Buck, who said the rapper was waving the G-Unit flag strong.There has been a new rumor going around that 50 Cent has not paid Young Buck any royalties,” Sha Money XL told AllHipHop.com. “I, as Bucks manager and as former President of G-Unit Records, want to make it clear: that is false. Young Buck has cleared over $10 million dollars working under 50 Cents and my guidance.Young Buck, born David Darnell Brown, was expected to appear on Shoot to Kill, the follow up to G-Units 2003 debut album titled Beg For Mercy.Young Buck once was to lead the charge for 50 Cents G-Unit Sout imprint. Instead, the rapper started Cashville Records and signed rap vet C-Bo and The Outlawz, who were a part of Tupacs inner circle of emcees. But has also started David Brown clothing to supplement his rap offerings.50 Cent and The Game initially parted ways, because the Compton upstart wouldn’t assume beefs with Nas and Fat Joe that the rest of G-Unit had declared.