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50 gets pissy with Buck for not paying him that money and for talking shit in interviews about unpaid royalties. And now, the whole sad and sordid story behind that unpaid debt is all over the internet.Money has broken up plenty of groups before, but I can’t think of any other situation in which we, the public, have been allowed to hear every last dispiriting step of those escalating problems.50’s right; owing somebody money fucks you up and makes you say and do dumb things.Buck freaked out in some interview and said that 50 actually owed him money, which understandably pissed 50 off, and so 50 eventually kicked Buck out of his group. But Buck cried, and that’s all anybody’s going to remember.
I wasn't sure that my sweet Madison was the whole reason for my passion; I wanted to be a part of her family and especially to be around Trina.
(L-R) Executive producers Steven Cragg, Brian Bradley and Will Packer and actors Mike Epps, Nia Long and James Lesure speak onstage during ABC's Uncle Buck panel as part of the ABC Networks portion of the 2016 Television Critics Association Winter Tour at Langham Hotel on January 9, 2016 in Pasadena, California.
Mike Epps revealed on Saturday what happened with his “Survivor’s Remorse” character Julius: “I asked for some more money and they killed me.” “That’s usually what happens on TV shows,” he continued, “if you can remember ‘Good Times,’ that’s what happened.” The comedian made the comments during the Television Critics Association press tour panel for his new ABC sitcom, “Uncle Buck.” “[On] ‘Survivor’s Remorse, I was like 24th lead,” Epps quipped — he’s much happier being No. Perhaps Epps wasn’t top dog on the Le Bron James-produced Starz series, but he had appeared in all 16 episodes of “Survivor’s Remorse,” per IMDb.
The day was wasting away, as the morning sun cast a window-shaped slash of warmth across the sheets.
I remember lying in bed, stretching, looking at the clock that read am.