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Posted by Media Outrage on November 13, 2007
Young Buck had some things to say recently….
Everyone is quiet familiar with 50′s line in “Fully Loaded Clip,” in which he raps, “When Trina was telling [Lil] Wayne, ‘I love you, boo’/ She was running games, she told Buck that too.” Buck insists it’s all gospel.
“It’s the truth, it’s the f—ing truth! 50 is not f—ing lying,” Buck proclaimed. “You want me to tell you the truth? I’mma tell you the truth. I was messing with her while she was messing with [Wayne]. I would hear him on the phone [in the background] every now and then while she’s laying right there. She knows it. 50 ain’t doing nothing but speaking the truth.”
On the promotion of his album….
“I ain’t get what I deserved at Interscope,” he said. “I feel my album [Buck the World] is better than Kanye’s album and 50′s album, but it’s one of the most slept-on albums due to whatever reason. I’m still trying to get what I deserve off of Interscope, so it’s still a hustle to me.”
“It’s all about keeping it real too. That was my issue with Lil Wayne and all them: Keep it real with the real n—as. You come around stealing our swagger. What y’all see, the bling-bling and all that, they stole all that from Cashville. It’s hard for me to explain all this sh– because they know what the truth is. It’ll get more interesting as it goes.” …
Posted by Media Outrage on October 25, 2007
he Miami Beach-based rapper known as Lil’ Wayne, treated himself to a $138,000 diamond ring and $32,000 gold-and-diamond necklace — but failed to cough up the cash money. So says a lawsuit filed in Miami-Dade Circuit Court. Carter, 25, multimillionaire president of Cash Money Records, owes $146,000 on the $170,000 purchase, the complaint alleges.
Posted by Media Outrage on October 3, 2007
In a recent interview with Vibe Lil’ Wayne had these things to say:
Do you listen to a lot of music?
Everybody who know me know you come around Wayne, you better not be trying to hear the latest hits from somebody’s album. ‘Cause when you listen to another niggas music you can get in that zone. Like I done listened to Hov and I didn’t wanna do nothing but get shot everyday, I didn’t wanna go to the studio. Hov wasn’t rapping about going to the studio. I stopped listening after The Black Album. I stopped listening to other people’s music.
Back in August, 50 Cent was talking trash about you jumping on everyone’s tracks.
You talking about 50 Cent from G Unit?
So you don’t have anything to say in response to him calling you a whore?
A person like 50 Cent say anything about me, you gotta understand, that’s what makes them who they are. So me getting mad, that would be outta Lil Wayne’s character. There’s been plenty of recorders right here in my face saying, What you think about such-and-such saying…? Nothing! I don’t think nothing! That ain’t me, I’m from New Orleans, man, we kill, for real, I’m not gonna stress that!
Speaking of stress, let’s talk about the incident when the cops pulled you over after your show on July 22, 2007, at the Beacon Theater in New York.
When they locked me up in New York and they asked me about Jay-Z, 50 Cent, G Unit and no fucking gun or weed like they made it look like on TV? Ask me what I told them – Nigga, I’m from New Orleans! I will murder ya’ll up in this bitch! Fuck that, why would I murder a rapper?! I’m gonna listen to his shit on the way to go murder another nigga!
So the hip hop cops took you in supposedly over guns and weed but ended up just interrogating you to get info about other rappers?
They ain’t ask me a damn thing about no gun or no weed. That could have been the gun that shot Kennedy, they didn’t give a fuck! All they wanted to know was, [in cop's serious voice], ‘So what’s the beef with you and Jay-Z? You and 50 Cent?’ I said, ‘Sir, let me tell you two words – Beef who? [slaps his chest where his heart is] New Orleans, murder capital, man!
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