Rapper Young Buck
has hit out at his G-Unit
co-member Tony Yayo
for allegedly attacking the 14-year-old son of an industry rival. Yayo was arrested in New York on Saturday for reportedly attacking James Rosemond - the teenage son of Jimmy 'Henchmen' Rosemond, whose firm represents former G-Unit member The Game
Buck, born David Darnell Brown, appeared on New York radio station Hot 97 yesterday and admitted that although he has yet to hear Yayo's side of the argument, no one should ever be able to justify hitting a child.
He said, "I'm a be honest, I don't respect nobody putting no hands on no kid. I got a child myself. If somebody put they hands on mine, I understand the way it goes.
"In this situation, I don't understand the truth of it, but I don't rock (deal) with nothing that's under that circumstance about putting your hands on no kid. I'm a real street individual and it wouldn't matter if it was my crew or any other crew.
"It falls upon the individual. I maintain and do what I gotta do (but) I can't rock with nothing that's wrong. I can't say Yayo did it, but if he did it, its wrong,"
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