50 Cent continues to talk openly about the situation with Young Buck. After performing the other day where he mocked Buck on stage [watch here], he talked to MTV about the situation more in depth. "Buck is a disappointment for me," 50 said. "I treated him like a younger brother. … He's not a enemy now. He's like a relative that decides to do something to you that you're uncomfortable with, so you don't bring him around you. I don't view Buck as my enemy. If he feels that way about me, those are his personal feelings. I wouldn't be surprised if he felt that [I was his enemy]. He's like my younger brother — even if he sees me in this interview saying it to him — he won't understand. He'll just go on how it feels."
As we previously reported, 50 released a recording of a conversation with Young Buck [listen here] where Buck broke down about his financial difficulties and begged 50 to get back with G-Unit. "I couldn't tell you the things he told me in that conversation," 50 said, justifying why he taped the talk. "You'd think I'm just being angry. [But] I play you the tape and you get it for yourself so much more vividly." Young Buck yesterday released a G-Unit diss called "Terminate On Sight" [listen here]
50 did talk somewhat positive about Buck saying that Young Buck is still signed to G-Unit for 3 more albums. "He'll still get his fair shot at releasing his album," 50 insisted. "Listen, he just did a show and only 20 people showed up," he added, referring to a reportedly sparsely attended concert in Washington, D.C. "If that's not an indication that what you're doing is a mistake, I don't know what is."