If Tony Yayo is found guilty of assaulting Jimmy “Henchmen” Rosemond’s 14-year old son, then he should be prepared to lose some fans, including fellow G-Unit soldier Young Buck. The 26-year old
“I don’t respect anybody beating up no kids,” Buck told Angie Martinez on Hot 97. “I can’t rock with nothing that’s wrong. If Yayo did it, that ain’t what’s up. I ain’t with putting my hands on any child, period. And you shouldn’t either.”
Buck also shed some light on his verbal altercation with the Game during the 2007 All-Star weekend.
“It was the first time that we’ve ever been in the same building at the same time,” Buck recounts. “I took it upon myself to go to the stage and see what it was. I told the DJ to play “One Blood.” I like the record, to be real. He didn’t have it. So I told him to play whatever record he had from the Game. I addressed the Game with the situation. I ain’t gon’ lie, homeboy started to make it to the stage. Security got scared and they pushed him away from the club.” The story goes that Game called Buck a week after the incident.
“I chose to have a conversation with him because, honestly, 50 Cent would never have a conversation with him. So, 50 gave me permission to have a conversation with him. We left the conversation on the note of ‘You do you without involving us, and we’ll do us without involving you.’”
Buck the World is due out today, March 27th.