Young Buck takes aim at 50 Cent.

On Friday (June 21), the former G-Unit rapper unleashed "Foofy Freestyle" a vicious 50 diss that should only add more fuel to their beef. On the song, Buck holds nothing back.

"This not our first falling out, know how to handle it now/Banks gone, ain't nobody there to settle it now/Them other niggas need verses from whoever around," Buck raps on "Foofy," which features the instrumental for Drake's Pusha-T diss, "Duppy Freestyle." "Come on, Foofy—this Instagram shit done got goofy/Let's focus on them $2 million that nigga robbed me/Let's talk about them bitches you burnt, them hoes chargin'/You know what I learned? How not to be a father!"

Buck also alleges he saved 50 from an altercation with Floyd Mayweather on the track, and that he wrote the song "Too Rich" for 50.

The beef between the former groupmates has been on and off through the years. Buck was kicked out of G-Unit back in 2008, but the pair reconciled by 2014 and joined forces with the rest of their former crew to release an EP that year and a follow-up in 2015. Things have since soured again, however, as 50 has been trolling Buck online for his purported relationship with a trans woman and more.

Buck is looking to get out of his G-Unit contract, but 50 wants him to pay up $300,000 to do so. As of press time, that has not yet occurred.

Listen to Young Buck's 50 Cent diss for yourself below.

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