Young Buck ‘Hood Documentary’ (DL Here)
Looks like the God of Rap has finally decided to stop pissing on David Darnell Brown’s braids & has given him a break. &, I say this not knowing if it’s fully true, but I refuse to let one monkey stop the show, so to speak.
Anyway, Young Buck has gone on Twitter with vague announcements which would insinuate that his epic battle with his old boss, 50 Cent, have finally come to an end. Of course it comes to an end, after the Federal Bureau of Investigation raids his crib for unpaid taxes, drawn guns included, to collect on monies he may not have had even if him & 50 were still cool (cocaine is a powerful drug). Point is, from being illegally recorded, for comedic purposes, to basically pleading for his life back, Young Buck’s rap story has more low lights than highlights. But maybe that will change now.
If 50′s truly decided to release Buck from his contractual obligations, this is tantamount to surviving a car crash, undergoing years of therapy to recover, & being able to walk away with a story to tell. Now, don’t get it twisted & think I’m a fan of Buck’s, because I’m not much of a fan of anything these days, but I fell he got a raw deal. & at the rate that the music industry has been evolving, more of less, for the past 5 years, he really didn’t miss much. Really though, of all the defunct G-Unit label artists, Buck & Game are the only guys talked about. Not Hot Rod, or Big Bad 40, not even Mobb Deep so much these days, & those guys are legends. That goes to show that Buck might’ve inadvertently avoided being a professional tax write-off, all the while keeping his name out there, even if it’s just for a misguided chuckle or 2.
If anything, I hope he was taking notes on how to be your own boss, instead of “learning” how to do business like 50, just from the disgruntled worker’s point of view. We see it happen all the time; abused kid grows up to be the abuser. Maybe Buck should seek some type of mental therapy before reentering to work force, lest he’d prefer to go out in straight jackets like Charles Hamilton did. Fuck all that, though.
& not for nothing, but during Buck’s hiatus, it’s not like 50 Cent stopped making enemies. Buck wins?
For the most part, Buck is still as recognizable as half of these other rap niggas (add White t-shirt & gaudy jewels), & could easily fit in the iPod shuffle of whoever wants to listen. I just hope he doesn’t get duped into signing back with 50. Stranger things in rap music have happened. Like Kat Stacks still getting pounded by famous
ly stupid rap guys. Go figure.
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It appears that Buck wasn’t announcing his very-much earned freedom, but rather his sacking up to take on 50 Cent, in one of 50 Cent’s favorite places: in court.
Linda Brown, Buck’s attorney explained: Mr. Brown intends to reorganize his debts and pay off the IRS in a timely manner through Chapter 13. We hope to secure the return of his personal property quickly. He will also be filing a lawsuit in the next 30-60 days against his former manager, G-Unit label and Mr. Curtis Jackson.”
Cue 50 Cent’s next Buck-inspired humility tour.