HipHopWired Featured Video

Young Buck is planning to sue 50 Cent to get released from his contract with G-Unit Records.

His lawyer Lynda Jones sent a statement to Nashville’s The City Pape saying that Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, intends to pay off his bankruptcy and sue 50.

“Mr. Brown intends to reorganize his debts and pay off the IRS in a timely manner through Chapter 13. We hope to secure the return of his personal property quickly. He will also be filing a lawsuit in the next 30-60 days against his former manager, G Unit label and Mr. Curtis Jackson.

“There are a few procedural hurdles we need to address in handling these matters, but they will ironed out shortly. I will be associating attorneys Amy Everhart and Jennifer Lawson for the litigation. Both have excellent experience.”

Buck has been trying to get off the label and release a new album since 2007.

In a filing with Nashville’s U.S. Bankruptcy Court, Young Buck  cited as a $5 million contingent his claim against Bruce Seckendorf, G Unit Inc., Curtis Jackson III and Michael Clervoix.

Good luck with that homey.  If that contract could have been broken, it would’ve been by now.

Buck has been putting out nothing but heat this whole year though so 50 might as well be like Eazy-E and put the album out  and reap the monetary benefits as Mr. Wight did with Dr. Dre.