Apparently 50 likes his milk spoiled. Just a few months after referring to his G-Unit associates as "having an expiration date," the general has officially reunited live onstage with Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Young Buck.
Young Buck was released from prison last month, and the rapper is definitely taking advantage of his newfound freedom. Buck, who spent 2 years locked up, recently sat down with Fox News to speak on his new outlook on life.
Last we heard about Young Buck, the rapper had finally got out debt, and he did so without having to pay back 50 Cent and G-Unit. Now here's another good piece of news when it comes to Buck: he's a free man!
When Young Buck gets out prison, which is supposed to happen in October, he'll finally be out of debt. The rapper has been dealing with bankruptcy for quite some time now, leading to the IRS auctioning off many of his personal items, cashing in on $53,000.
The possibility of a G-Unit reunion has been discussed
exhaustively, with the G-Unit honcho, 50 Cent, saying recently that a reunion
is a possibility, and following up saying it will not happen. Game has even talked about it, and seems open