Fans in Atlanta had a hell of a weekend. Well, at least 20,000 who attended the Hot 107.9 Twelfth Annual Birthday Bash, enjoying performances by T.I., B.G., Young Jeezy, Rick Ross and The Game. But, the one performance that has caused the most gossip on the net was Young Buck’s.
Reports have surfaced that during his performance on Saturday (June 16), Buck decided to take shots at his G-Unit crew at the end of his set.
Just after bringing out The Outlawz onto the stage, reports indicate the rapper said something to the effect of “F*** G-Unit, Cashville Records is the new unit.” But, since the reports started to surface, Miss Info, as well as a commenter at the event, said that he never said those words and instead spoke about his Cashville imprint.
Buck’s manager cleared up what was said in a quote given to Allhiphop.com. “All [Buck] said when he got on stage was that he was trying to make Cashville Records the next G-Unit ’cause 50 didn’t share [those millions]” Buck’s co-manager Sixx told the site .. “He was joking, talking about the Vitaminwater deal. I guess I can see how they might have misunderstood, but he definitely wasn’t dissing. There’s no beef.”
Despite rumors of Buck leaving the Unit, it looks like, as of right now, he’s staying loyal to the man who made him a superstar. But right now, it also looks like Cashville is beginning to become his new priority.
“I just find that 50 means that he is going to put a lot of things in our own hands, so we can step forward and put our careers in our own hands,” Young Buck told BallerStatus.com in a recent interview. “We play a part in everything that all of us done. Individually we our own men. I got my own thing established.”
Aside from the Buck gossip, the event — in addition to the aforementioned artists — included performances by Ciara, DJ Khaled, Rich Boy, Lil Scrappy, Da Shop Boyz, Gucci Mane and Lil Jon.