News: 50 Cent Exposes Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo's Lady Weaknesses, "[Yayo'd] Buy A B*tch Whatever She Asks For"
Tuesday, Sep 7, 2010 1:30PM
G-Unit leader 50 Cent decided to step away from music and comment on his group members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo's love dilemmas via Twitter last night.
After pointing out their weaknesses, 50 said he would never buck down to a woman.
"Banks would f*ck any kind of girl. That boy don't care I saw him once with this lil b*tch I said that b*tch is a midget! He said stop hatin," 50 tweeted yesterday (September 6).
"Yayo is a f*ckin trick. He'd buy a b*tch whatever she asks for. These h*es just be too stupid to ask him. I aint lyin"
"Man I aint even feeding these h*es. A b*tch want a free meal she should go to the shelter. I'm hard on a h*e cause its hard out here! Lol"
"Any of u trick a** n*ggas or u money grubbing h*es don't like what I say. f*ck all yal eat a d*ck" (50 Cent's Twitter)
Banks' love for multiple women was most recently expressed in his new "Any Girl" music video.
"I'm running through my day-to-day going to see a few of my girls. I got a white girl, I got [a] Spanish girl, a black girl and I'm going to basically lie to them and tell them how much I love them and how much I want to see them," Banks explained in an interview. However, after spending time maneuvering through his ladies, the MC has to eventually face the music. "The girl who's playing my sister, she's actually setting me up and she has these same girls coming to see me at the party." (MTV)
Aside from romance, 50 is currently focused on working on a new, untitled album.
"I've written the album, Black Magic, but I'm not sure if it'll be my next album," 50 said in an interview. "Since I've made it back to America, after recording in the UK and different territories while I was on the road, I started writing material that don't quite fit that concept, that album. Black Magic had a specific vibe to it, a different style of music and I was playing with different song structures, music from different genres like rock music -- since I got back, I've been writing some things that don't quite fit that because so many producers were accumulating material to send me more ideas so when I got back, I was kinda bombarded with a whole lot of production." (Rolling Stone Brasil)
In June, 50 said R&B legends Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield inspired Black Magic.
"It's still got a soulful vibe to it and that's why I called it Black Magic. I had some Marvin Gaye-inspired stuff, some things that content-wise would feel like something Curtis Mayfield would do from my perspective, and just the choices of how the cadences on the records were like performance music that they did in the past. It feels brand new. If I didn't tell you it was inspired by that, you wouldn't know that I got it from that. I didn't say the same things that they said; it's just my perspective on what they offered." (Rap-Up)
Check out a recent 50 Cent interview below: