They were once good friends and G-Unit family, but the relationship between 50 Cent and Young Buck has taken a nasty turn. The two men have been at each other's throats for who knows how long, and their feud doesn't seem to have an end in sight. There have been vicious memes and scathing accusations tossed around by both sides, and now Young Buck is back with a few more words about Fif and how he treated the G-Unit rappers he was supposed to be helping make famous.

G-Unit, Young Buck, 50 Cent
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Buck was a guest on No Jumper and spoke on a myriad of topics, including 50 Cent, who he accused of using all of the opportunities that would come through for himself. "Name one episode you seen me come out on Power, but I was there in the making of the sh*t in every kind of way... Out of all these films, I was the one, 'Yo 50, why don't you go make a movie?'" Young Buck said, adding that Fif would tell him he had plans to help him out. 

"But then, at the same time, you'd get on the radio station and talk about how motherf*ckers is not doin' what they need to be doin' to get they own selves together, but you're the boss," Buck added. "What I'm saying is that, you know, 50, I think, Imma just be honest, it seems like, wouldn't allow nobody to become just as big as him or bigger than him. Honestly."

Recently, 50 Cent penned in his book Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter that he was disappointed in how Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo's careers turned out, faulting the rappers for not adjusting to the culture. Check out Young Buck on No Jumper below.