News: Mase Said "I Would Have Stabbed Fat Joe" For 50 Cent, Tony Yayo Reveals The Pastor's G-Unit Allegiance [Video]
Monday, Aug 24, 2009 12:45PM
Tony Yayo recently reflected on Mase and Cam'ron's reunion and spoke on the Bad Boy protege's loyalty to 50 Cent during their war of words with Fat Joe four years ago.
The "Talk of New York" also spoke on Mase wanting to help defend 50 at the 2005 MTV VMA ceremony.
"Shout-out to Mase and all that," Yayo said in an interview. "I think that's cool they reconciled their differences, it is what it is. That's what people wanna see now...I really can't speak on [the contact] 'cause that was 50 and Diddy thing. That was a money thing. They was negotiating some millions -- they cool now. They under the same management...I like the new record they got. I think people get confused on like, 'Is he a gangsta or a pastor?' 'Cause I've been around Mase...We was in the car [leaving the 2005 MTV VMAs] and he was like, 'If I would have had my knife, I would have stabbed Fat Joe.' To me, he was trying to impress 50...I'm seeing this coming from a pastor, so I'm like, 'Maybe he ain't no pastor.' Mase, that's my n*gga, but he just confused me sometimes." (Vlad TV)
The Terror Squad leader recently called out 50 Cent's street credibility and questioned the rapper's silence since last year's jewelery snatching in Africa.
"I'ma show you that footage of Joe walking through the hood in Angola," Crack promised. "I can't believe that one. Man look you in your eye, yap you and walk off? That's amazing. I never seen no sh*t like that in my life...That p*ssy was shocked...It's irrelevant [if 50 got the chain back.] You get robbed in front of America? This is what I'm saying, did he get robbed in front of America? This is my sh*t, get the chain back? That's that bullsh*t, a n*gga get robbed and then you send your man 'cause he know him and get the chain back? N*gga you the illest gangsta? You the killer of all killers and n*gga robbing you on TV? He got robbed on TV. Never seen no sh*t like that in my whole life. That's incredible, Smack. Ask him about that sh*t because he's been keeping it real low though. I ain't hear from that n*gga in a minute. He ain't tryin' to argue with n*ggas, 'Yo, let's keep the fat n*gga quiet, let's keep Game quiet, let's keep everybody quiet and it'll die over.'" (SmackTube)
Joey previously proclaimed his impact on the continent of Africa and indirectly joked about Fif's robbery.
"Every week I'm in Africa," Joe said in a video. "I'ma start showing you sh*t you ain't ever seen in your life. All different parts of Africa. I done been to everywhere...Ghana, I done did Ghana. I live in Angola. So, you know, it's not dangerous like people say. I know people got robbed over there. I got footage of me in the barber shop, hanging in the hood, hanging out with everybody on the corner, having a great time. It's beautiful in Angola...So you know, King of Africa man. Stay tuned, you gonna find out a lot about Africa real soon." (World Star Hip Hop)
Mase returned to the rap spotlight earlier this year featured on remixes including "Best I Ever Had" and publicly reuniting with Cam on "Get It."
"You ain't see this one coming," Mase said on the song's intro. "Man we so hungry...Harlem, Killa. Do it now. We're back for sure, the black Lyor/Chicks wanna sip from any glass I pour/Louis dress shirt, Gucci expert/My net worth make chicks wanna network...Bounce like a baby from a roof top/Or find me in the lair/Flying in the air, fine designer wear/diamonds in my ear, drama I don't wanna hear...they like if I come back I get 50 percent, nah, if I come back I need Diddy percent." ("Get It")
Check out Tony Yayo's interview below: