(AllHipHop News) Young Buck called into DJ Whoo Kid's Shade 45 radio program to talk about various topics. One of the main points of interest for some rap fans is whether Buck is willingly to reunite with 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo as the G-Unit. The recently freed Buck speaks on his current situation with G-Unit and 50.
"This is not a G-Unit reunion. It's not me signing with G-Unit," explains Buck. "I haven't even spoke with 50 in years. I wish him all the best. I don't got no ill will in me. I was taught from the very beginning, you can forgive, but don't forget."
Buck also announces that his bankruptcy situation has been officially settled. According to Buck, he paid off his debts while still in prison and went on to buy back some of his items confiscated during an IRS raid.
"I paid my own bankruptcy off from the penitentiary," says Buck. "My picture was being painted as if Buck is broke and Buck ain't got s**t, but in reality Buck been straight for a long time."
Buck also shares that several people in the Hip Hop community reached out to him while he was still locked up and after he was released. He was contacted by 2 Chainz, Drumma Boy, Birdman, The Game, Snoop Dogg, Jeezy, B.G., Lil Boosie, and Big Meech to name a few.
Buck's also looking to connect with Dr. Dre and Eminem. He mentions that he would like to work Kendrick Lamar and Ice Cube as well. Buck plans to release a project featuring his recent remixes in the near future.
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Listen to Young Buck's interview with DJ Whoo kid below.