Sha Money XL, manager of G-Unit rapper Young Buck has released a statement to AllHipHop.com clarifying recent rumors about the Nashville, Tennessee's status with the group.
Recent reports surfaced quoting Young Buck stating that he had "never seen a royalty check" since signing with G-Unit, despite releasing two hit albums, Straight Outta Cashville (2004) and Buck The World (2007).
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, is expected to appear on Shoot to Kill, the follow up to G-Units 2003 debut album titled Beg For Mercy.
We dont know if a writer waited two months on the interview to stir up some new drama or just took his words wrong, but Buck is waving the G-Unit flag strong.
Sha Money XL also denied that Young Buck was planning to split from G-Unit/Interscope in order to sign with another record label.
Any talks of Buck signing to any other labels are false. People are playing the divide and conquer game and thats not going to work!
Shoot to Kill is due in stores this year.