G-Unit’s DJ Whoo Kid recently talked about a possible reunion amongst the original members and confirmed 50 Cent‘s comments of Game and Young Buck not being a part of the regathering.
Whoo Kid said if a reunion goes down, it would include Tony Yayo, Lloyd Banks and Unit general 50 Cent.
“If there is a reunion, it’ll just be like Yayo, Banks and Fif,” Whoo Kid said in an interview with DJ Drama. “It will never be Buck and it will never be Game. It will never be like the added accessories that we had, the little Voltron sh*t. It would be like Voltron with one leg missing. I don’t know, but it would definitely be the original three.” (DJ Drama)
Last week, Curtis Jackson talked about the likelihood of everyone coming back together.
“The original G-Unit, maybe. We might do something. I’ll be honest with you. Some of these new artists on the label I don’t think are working as hard as they could. I don’t know how hard they want to work or how much they want it. I could see the original coming back together though.” (ESPN)
A week prior, Buck publicly spoke out from jail and said he wanted an opportunity to clear things up with Fif.
This morning, Young Buck dropped the new track, “I See Why,” off the up-coming joint album with Tha City Paper, Gangsta and Street 2. But not before getting some stuff off his chest about the much talked about G-Unit reunion conversation. “Why Do People, Still Think I’m Beefing With G-Unit, Ain’t No Beef.. I Wish Everyone Well.. I’m Doing Me.. Fif Yay Lbanks game YB unit reunion. What would happen if the Unit Got back together?? Spoke with Game before going to prison, we still good.. That JP album dope…,” he tweeted earlier. “Haven’t Spoken To Fif in about 7 years I think it’s time we talk. It’s not about the reunion.. it’s bigger than that it’s about life and acknowledging your wrongs and moving forward.. I was a Young Buck.” (XXL Mag)
In January, Game’s manager Taydoe said Fif needed his client for a true Unit reunion.
“I can’t say it’ll happen, I can’t it won’t happen, however, from a business perspective, I’m gonna attempt to make it happen,” Tay said in an interview, referring to a G-Unit reunion including Game. “I think it’ll be a wise business move on both parts. I’m thinking about tours, I’m thinking about merchandise, I’m thinking about all these other things that’s lacking in the industry, and this is the perfect timing for that.” (WSJ Live)
Check out DJ Whoo Kid’s interview: