Young Buck Beats Down ATL DJ, Banned From Station

November 29, 2006


A recent incident in Atlanta involving Young Buck has prompted one of the city’s radio stations to blacklist the Tennessee rapper from ever being played again.

According to SOHH sources, on Sunday (November 26) Young Buck (born David Darnell Brown) performed in Atlanta’s Club Nocturnal. After his performance, Buck announced he had some business to handle with Hot 107.9 DJ Will, who was deejaying prior to Buck hitting the stage. Apparently, Buck did not take kindly to Will’s decision to play The Game’s single “It’s Ok (One Blood)” earlier that night, so he headed to the booth and reportedly grabbed DJ Will by his shirt. Although DJ Will stood up for himself, he was outnumbered by members of Buck’s entourage who jumped in. As a result, Hot 107.9 program director Jerry Smokin’ B has banned Young Buck from the station’s playlist.


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