AceShowbiz - The Game and Young Buck were once fighting together to pursue their music career when they were both under G-Unit Records, and the former doesn't forget the latter though their lives have taken different paths. The "How We Do" spitter has shown his generosity toward his former label mate after Buck opened up about his financial struggle.
The Compton rapper has gifted his fellow hip-hop star with $1,000 after Buck asked his fans to send him "just $1, man." On Tuesday, June 16, The Game shared a screenshot of his donation.
"N***as keep hittin my DM's tryna be funny wit this video of my n***a 'Young Buck' aka @buckshotz asking for people to cash app em $1.....," he wrote in the caption of the snap. Apparently moved to help, he shared, "hate to see my n***a havin to do day type s**t."
Meek's generosity didn't stop there. He pledged to help another young black person who is struggling financially. "Know we ain't holla'd in years but I had to hit ya s**t wit a band just on the strength. & I'm gone send another $1,000 to somebody young & black to help them out wit they situation this month !!!" so he announced.
The 40-year-old went on acknowledging the difficult time amid the coronavirus crisis and the fight for social justice for black community, "Times are krazy for everybody right now & we all gotta do out part to make sure the mission is finally accomplished. The world is watching........." He ended it with a personal message to Buck, "Aye Buck, stay up blood."
The Game sent his donation after Buck launched a GoFundMe page, asking his followers to aid him financially as he has filed for bankruptcy. "Listen up world, I just seen in the headlines what they were saying, I only got $100 in my pocket, I only got $100 worth of clothes, $100 worth of jewelry - s**t like that," he said in an Instagram video, confirming the reports that said he has gone broke.
"I figure now is the perfect time to go there and start a GoFundMe. Send me $1, that's all I need. Just $1, man," he continued to implore. Calling his new campaign "A Buck for Buck", the Nashville-born rapper also encouraged supporters to send him a dollar on his Cash App.
After many mocked Buck, whose real name is David Darnell Brown, he clarified in another video that the money sent to his "A Buck for Buck" campaign would be used to fund a non-profit called Give2Get, which will help families amidst crisis. "The donations that you guys sent, I used the donations to create a non-profit organization by the name of Give2Get who will basically take these donations that you people are sending, and helping out families in mid-life crisis throughout the community," so he claimed.