has reportedly reached out in sympathy to Young Buck
after he was dropped from the G-Unit
rap crew by 50 Cent
. The ongoing feud between 50 Cent and Young Buck - real name David Darnell Brown - began in early April, when Buck claimed he had yet to receive any royalty payments since signing with 50's G-Unit Records.
He was subsequently fired by the "In Da Club" hitmaker.
And now MC The Game, who was also kicked out of G-Unit in 2005 for being "disloyal" to the group, has apparently extended his best wishes to his former G-Unit bandmate.
In a radio interview on Friday, Buck said, "To the homie Game. I'm aware of you reaching out. I haven't gotten on no phone conversations and actually spoke to Game, but he's reached out to a few people that's around me just to show his support like, 'Yo Buck, f--- whatever's going on, I just wanna see your well being (sic), as long as you aight (all right).' (He said) that type of thing. That's love and I ain't (sic) even got that call from (remaining G-Unit members, Lloyd) Banks
and (Tony) Yayo
, and we ain't (sic) got no issues with each other. The issue was from 50."
(This news article provided by World Entertainment News Network)