News: Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo On Beanie Sigel Possibly Joining G-Unit, "There's A Big Bag Of Money Coming" [Video]
Wednesday, Nov 11, 2009 10:15AM
After recent talks of former Roc-A-Fella artist Beanie Sigel joining G-Unit Records, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo shared their reactions on the possibility of the rapper signing with 50 Cent.
Banks says he has respect for Beans, however, he is not sure if the rapper has signed any contracts with Fif as of now.
"Ah man, I don't know the ends and outs on that, you know what I mean" Banks admitted in an interview. "[Yayo] will tell you what it is, ask him. [laughs] You're trying to get us to spill beans. We don't know! Shout-out to Beanie Sigel, you know, shout-out to Freeway, all my Philly heads." (The Life Files)
Tony Yayo also revealed his lack of knowledge on Beans' G-Unit standing.
"I don't know man," Yayo added. "I'm not saying nothing, I just know there's a big bag of money coming. When it comes, you will know. Shout-out to Beans though." (The Life Files)
Continuing to ignite hype and speculation, 50 has been promoting a forthcoming single with the Philadelphia-based rapper called "I Go Off."
Beanie Sigel Featuring 50 Cent "I Go Off" will debut on ThisIs50.com exclusively. Be sure to check for the collaboration track on Friday, November 13th when the nightmare begins! (This Is 50)
Fif recently explained why he was not in a rush to sign Beans to G-Unit.
"I had a meeting with him today," 50 said in an interview. "First we gotta start with the music -- where's the music? Then we have to get into what it would take to bring him over to G-Unit as a record company. You can't sign a deal in a conversation -- it's a process. We'll see what happens. I would listen to what he has. His skills haven't diminished. Nine times out of 10, he'll have something workable already on deck. When you're dealing with artists who have been established longer than you, it's a process. You have to figure out exactly where they are at before you commit to being a part of those projects, because they have habits and they've been conditioned for something different. You have to figure out exactly what that is before you dive in." (MTV)
Check out Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo speaking on Beanie Sigel below: