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It appears that someone has a serious vendetta against former G-Unit rapper Young Buck, as the rapper was shot almost a dozen times while driving a SUV in his hometown of Nashville, Tennessee, reports WSMV-TV Nashville.

The rapper, whose real name is David Brown, was riding around in his vechile early Sunday morning with an unidentified female pasenger. During their drive, a white Chevy Tahoe pulled alongside and fired 11 shots at the vehicle in which Young Buck went unharmed, but the woman suffered a gun shot wound to the shoulder.

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G-Unit’s newest signee, Genasis sits down with Ms. Drama to talk about his new deal and his “Jackie Chan” movement. Genasis explains how 50 Cent got word of him and how his latest song, “Jackie Chan” is the new way to promote your stunting. In regards to dealing with backlash from others who may not be fans of the label, Genasis explains that at the end of the day – numbers don’t lie and G-Unit is still relevant in the game. He talks about his upcoming untitled mixtape and why he’s not a fan of Vanilla Ice.

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From having a TV reality show on MTV to opening for Britney Spears & Nicki Minaj on their “Femme Fatale” tour. Now you can add to DJ Pauly D resume a three albums deal with 50 Cent imprint, G-Unit. We ain’t lying buddy! Not only that, he’s prepping to release a “Pauly D” brand headphones. Can’t hate on the kid, hard work & determination pays off. The guido mentioned the deal should be finalized near the end of the year. Here’s what he had to say about his new boss, Curtis Jackson.

“50 cent has also been somebody I look up to. We ended up linking up and we just clicked. We hit it off immediately with the music and everything like that. So, I’m definitely gonna be working with him. There’s been talks about the album and the headphones. I’m looking forward to working with that as well.”

G-Note’s new artist, Governor talks to Ms. Drama about his new single, “Here We Go Again” and singing with 50 Cent on the track. Governor discusses his musical past as part of a group and his motivation in going solo. On the topic of his first deal with Grand Hustle, Governor opens up about the issues being on the label and how T.I. wasn’t ready to take on other acts. He expresses his disinterest in mending that past relationship and why he’s more focused on his future at G-Note. Finally, Governor talks about his upcoming album which is expected to drop this summer 2011.