First Young Buck got the boot from G-Unit the crew, then 50 Cent said the Southern lyricist wouldn’t appear in the group’s first video, now Fif announced his one-time protégé also won’t join him, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo when they make the rounds in support of their sophomore group effort, T.O.S. “[Young Buck] won’t be traveling with G-Unit as a group,” Fif told Angie Martinez on Hot 97 Wednesday afternoon. “He’ll be able to prepare for his solo project while we on the road touring.” Previously, the G-Unit general said Buck’s verses would remain on the album, but he wouldn’t appear in any videos.“They show us, and you hear his vocals,” Banks joked about the video. 50 also revealed he’s no longer going to tinker with the G-Unit lineup. As far as the group stands, it will be him, Banks and Yayo. The crew started as three and will end as three, he said.In addition, 50 also said he’ll be partnering with MTV in the future for a reality show touting his business acumen. Cameras will follow the rapper, who heads up several of his own enterprises, as he takes meetings and builds his businesses. Banks and Yayo will makes cameos in the series.See Also:
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