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50 Cent Accuses Young Buck Of Celebrating Pride Week In Nashville

Lil Nas X came out as gay yesterday…
50 Cent Accuses Young Buck Of Celebrating Pride Week In Nashville

Lil Nas X came out as gay yesterday on the last day of Pride month, and it looks like some other rappers may have been celebrating as well. 

Earlier today, 50 Cent shared a post from the Facebook page "Gay Nashville," which featured Buck in a vest and bow-tie. 

In the caption, it was thanking Buck for celebrating with them during pride week.

We want to thank Young Buck for joining us in downtown Nashville this weekend to celebrate#NashvillePride #ProudOfYou #YouShouldBeProud

w/Walter Cookupboss White & 50 Cent &STARLITO

When 50 saw that, he went in on IG.

 
 

"Buck out the closet, I’m in full support of his decision to embrace his sexuality publicly 😕and I’m looking forward to being paid my Money by Monday.#lecheminduroi #bransoncognac," 50 typed.

As of now, there is no definitive answer if the allegations are legit, or if these news outlets are riding with Fif, and helping to put Buck on blast.  But Buck wasn't feeling it and fired back by suggesting 50 was the homosexual.

 

"Aye Fuck Boy #Foofy🙆🏿‍♂️....Naw I wasn’t at no Gay Pride Event🤷🏾‍♂️...but THEY know where yo bitch ass STAY AT😎!!! #FuckYourMoneyMonday 💯!!," Buck typed.

Do you think Buck was at pride week, or is it all lies made up by 50? 

 
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