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Young Buck speaks on Atlanta incident

In an interview on Nashville’s 101.1 The Beat Jamz’s “Dolewite and Scooby Show,” rapper Young Buck gave his version of the Atlanta incident that caused him to be banned on ATL radio stations.

In an interview on Nashville’s 101.1 The Beat Jamz’s “Dolewite and Scooby Show,” rapper Young Buck gave his version of the Atlanta incident that caused him to be banned on ATL radio stations. According to Young Buck, he did not attack Atlanta’s DJ Will, an affiliate of the Core DJs.

Young Buck claims he was onstage preparing to perform and he had his own DJ, Don Juan, when DJ Will played The Game single “One Blood” while Young Buck was on the stage getting ready to perform. Buck says he did not take offense to “One Blood” being played but did ask DJ Will if he was trying to be disrespectful and if so to drop the song again, at which point DJ Will did play “One Blood” again.

At this point the fans began to get rowdy. Buck says he continued to try to perform “Money In The Bank,” but couldn’t so he approached the DJ booth only to talk however at one point he felt threatened, so he grabbed DJ Will by his shirt.

Young Buck claims DJ Will explained that he could not hear Young Buck from the stage when he asked him about the song “One Blood” and was told by someone in the DJ Booth that Young Buck wanted him to play the song again, so he did. After the miscommunication, Young Buck let him go, and left the club with his entourage and Young Buck explains that’s when clubgoers from Atlanta attacked DJ Will maybe because they felt it was his fault Young Buck left.

Young Buck continued by saying that he knows he needs DJs support so he would not attack a DJ.

“At the end of the day bruh it’s crazy, you know I didn’t put my hands on nobody. I didn’t play no part in getting the guy beat up or none of that. It’s that his actions what led to the people (the fans) reactions. I’m still willing to say, let’s figure out how to resolve this,” Buck said. “And outside of that, I don’t have no problems with you (DJ Will) or Game. I would feel stupid sitting in front of a judge arguing about a situation I didn’t play no part in.”

Buck continued to say that he comes from the grind and he’s not an overnight success. Buck claims people just gotta get use to the fact that he’s not going anywhere and he’s not fixing to let anything as small as this or anyone take his career from him because he’s worked his whole life to get to the point he’s at.

Buck ends the interview with an invitation to DJ Will to talk one-on-one on air or not anytime and even made an attempt to call Lil Jon on air due to the fact that DJ Will is Lil Jon’s DJ. Lil Jon’s voicemail picked up at which point Young Buck left the Atlanta producer a message over the air.

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