And yes, it was more than 50 cents.
Hip Hop is much more than jewelry, music and pretending to be an OG. On many occasions we can realize that what really matters is that Hip Hop is about being united. For example, an old enemy helping another warrior fallen from grace.
Young Buck has gone bankrupt (yes, again) but, this time, all he has left is his clothes and jewelry, which totals around $ 200.
Depressed by this situation, Buck found himself opening a relief fund to survive this hard time. The former G-Unit member launched a fundraising campaign called “A Buck 4 Buck,” where he asks people to deposit $ 1 through the Cash App.
Help came from someone unexpected. In an Instagram post (which has already been deleted), The Game explains that he donated $ 1,000 to Young Buck’s economic relief fund.
“Niggas keep hitting my DM’s tryna be funny wit this video of my nigga “Young Buck” aka @buckshotz asking for people to cash app em $1….. hate to see my nigga having to do that type shit. Know we ain’t holla’d in years but I had to hit ya shit wit a band just on the strength.
& I’m gone send another $1,000 to somebody young & black to help them out with their situation this month!!! Times are crazy for everybody right now & we all gotta do our part to make sure the mission is finally accomplished. The world is watching… Aye Buck, stay up blood.”
So far, Young Buck has not spoken about this unexpected donation.