News: Tony Yayo Taunts Rick Ross, "You Got Lil Wayne Talking Up For You" [Video]

Tuesday, May 19, 2009 1:25PM

Written by Cyrus Langhorne

G-Unit's Tony Yayo has continued his taunts towards Rick Ross by calling out ross supporters Ja Rule and Lil Wayne.

Speaking in an interview, Yayo continued to hold Ross responsible for his past employment as a corrections officer.

"Rick Ross, Gunplay, Game, whoever the f*ck n*gga," Yayo said. "We out here in L.A., we shining...Rick Ross, I ain't even gonna tell, your fat a**, you a C.O. n*gga, let me tell you something. I was in Rikers Island, C-73, C-74, n*ggas never violated me...You got Lil Wayne talking up for you, you a C.O. at the end of the day. Police n*gga, corrections officer, all right? Even Don King called you a screw. Hot Rod, Whoo Kid said he ain't doing no mixtapes with you. All y'all other n*ggas, eat a d*ck man. And oh yeah, Ja Rule, stop making those records, it's over...Being all the stuff that's going on with Rick Ross, I had to get Mac-A-Zoe to host the [Swine Flu] mixtape for me. Mac-A-Zoe said him and Ross used to be cool...I got in contact with Mac-A-Zoe through Sha Money. We're all Haitian, me, Zoe, Sha Money and Whoo Kid. Sha Money called me with Mac-A-Zoe on the phone. We're kicking it on the mixtape. He's basically saying Rick Ross is an impostor. I agree with him." (MTV)

Yayo recently spoke on the negative attention his camp receives and the chances of Ross' Deeper Than Rap achieving gold status.

"Everybody hates G-Unit but we not mad, we making our money and doing what we gotta do," Yayo said in an interview. "The smacking of [The Game's manager] Jimmy Henchman's son, I didn't do it, but he lied and said I did, so the media's just gonna run with that. The Daily News went too far with that one, I have three kids, so that's one thing that really bothered me. But I'm used to it, I'm down with G-Unit, nobody likes 50 Cent so nobody likes me...Rick Ross isn't going gold. How much money did Def Jam spend on him? You've seen all of his blogs dissing G-Unit, he was going all around the U.S. How much money you think that bus was costing, and the hotels and the n*ggas he had with him? To me, I look at the business like a lot of n*ggas aint even worth it, you might as well go independent and do your thing." (Radio Planet TV)

Taunting Ross in various interviews, Yayo also denied claims of not being allowed to visit Miami.

"He's so funny and delusional, I love it though," Yayo said in an interview. "'Cause, now I got the real n*ggas from Miami, not no fake rap sh*t, not no fake Triple C's Torch...N*ggas trying to make it seem like Yayo can't get a pass down to Florida? Are you crazy? Are you kidding me? And I'm not talking about Disney Land, I'm talking about Little Haiti, I got the pass to go through there... I been a little quiet, I let fat boy talk. His album came out, he had a 68 percent drop this week so Def Jam ain't on they job." (Shade 45)

Yayo recently released his new song called "They Hate."

"Interscope hated on the T.O.S. project," Yayo rapped. "I still got money Jimmy [Iovine], cash ain't an object/I'm drunk homie, that's the Patron talking/In the Phantom ghost riding with the doors open/My man a killer/He fresh from up north/But switched his swagger up to tight clothes." ("They Hate")

Check out a portion of Yayo's interview below:

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