News: Tony Yayo Releases "Somebody Snitched," Another Rick Ross Diss [Video]
Wednesday, Mar 4, 2009 10:40AM
G-Unit's Tony Yayo has taken a cue from Rick Ross by releasing his own video for "Somebody Snitched On Me" going at the Miami rapper.
Along with the verbal jabs, Yayo uses the video to poke fun at the "Boss."
"Yeah, it's the 'Talk of New York', Tony Yayo," he says in the intro. "Check out my new video, f*ck Rick Ross, n*gga." Throughout the video, Yayo is seen throughout a neighborhood surrounded by an entourage rapping. Showing clips of an Italian mobster film, Yayo adds various images including Ross' corrections officer picture, animated cartoon pictures and local shopping center vendors and restaurant employees holding signs and saying "Officer Ricky." (You Tube)
Yayo previously released a diss track last week.
"It's time for me to go in on this fat a** cop," he says in the intro. "Yeah I never had drama with the cops, but I'll Larry Davis Rick Ross with the glock/Your life is fabricated, what bricks you moving/ Homie ask E-Class, I'm known for shootin'...n*ggas f*ck with Rick Ross, hell no, he po-po/He the next Ja Rule, and [DJ] Khaled be hatin'/Remember last time p**sy at the radio station...You Tube gangsta, h*e a** n*gga...And I hear that Haitian n*gga on your track, but I just got off the jack with Haitian Jack...Me and Fif is like Jordan and Scottien*gga, yeah I'm on the streets...you police." (This Is 50)
Ross recently dropped a diss track going at both Yayo and 50 Cent.
"Wack [Tony] Yayo slipping while he snortin' dust," Ross raps in the video. "Cold blood bullet hit him like a tour bus...I'm addicted to watches, momma tell him to stop it/ Got on over 50, 50 you better watch it/ Do him in cold blood, look him in his eyes/ may do him with no gloves." (SOHH)
He has also been discussing his views on 50 citing the rapper's lack of follow-through with verbal threats.
"If you ain't bringing no money to the table for other entrepreneurs to eat, just eliminate yourself," Ross told radio personality KiKi. "He done threatened every rapper in New York and coincidentally never bumped into anybody. So no body takes his threats serious. He's a female, but other than that, I like to keep the focus on the music and on the business. Me personally, I'm not emotional. I don't have any personal feelings about no body that don't sit at the table and eat with me at night." (100.3 The Beat)
Check out Tony Yayo's new video below: