Tony Yayo On Rick Ross’ Rap Defeat, “He Don’t Know When He Lost” [Video]

Tony Yayo On Rick Ross’ Rap Defeat, “He Don’t Know When He Lost” [Video]

G-Unit‘s Tony Yayo recently spoke on the aftermath of 50 Cent‘s rap beef with Rick Ross and how the Miami rapper was unable to notice his own defeat.

In addition to confirming the war of words between both camps has concluded, the “Talk of New York” also pointed out how Ross’ image was tainted.

“When you start putting kids in situations, it’s getting a little too far,” Yayo explained in an interview. “Kids ain’t got nothing to do with it. But it is what it is, shout-out to [Ross’ baby’s mother] Tia, cop that book, it tells Rick Ross’ whole life. Ross is the type of dude man, he don’t know when he lost. A n*gga could say he won with the music, he won with this, n*gga, come on man, 50 underhandedly played chess so good with that n*gga, I think that’s one of the worst, besides Ja Rule. Brooke. Tia going shopping, it was just great. You tell me what else was going on in hip-hop besides that, until Chris Brown and Rihanna came…That Rick Ross and 50 sh*t, that was the best promotion Rick Ross ever got. If a n*gga want promotion, what beter way than 50 Cent, or G-Unit? We did it bigger than anybody.” (Hip Hop Stan)

Yayo recently spoke on Ross’ recent decline in sales since Deeper Than Rap debuted on the charts last month.

“I started looking at it like we beat him and he didn’t even know he was beat,” Yayo explained in an interview. “You had the sex tape out there and all that. I felt like he lost already…To me, he didn’t win the battle because his baby’s mother was on the Internet having sex with some other guy. I feel like when Fif stopped answering him, it got kind of boring…I feel like we ruined Rick Ross’ career. I mean, you could have the No. 1 record in the country, but he had a 68 percent drop in the next week. Nobody likes a cop. The guy’s a cop at the end of the day. People always try to diss G-Unit but you got a C.O. right in front of your face. And he admitted that he was the guy in the picture. I’m not gonna beef with police. There’s no winning with that. He’s a cop.” (Hip Hop Game)

G-Unit’s DJ Whoo Kid also said the feud between Fif and Ross had come to an end.

“50’s done ten freestyles,” he explained in an interview. “I’m waiting on like, two more. I guess he’s trying to figure out the title. And I’ve been doing a lot of those Radio Planet videos, so I’m gonna put together a RadioPlanet.TV 50 Cent video. Those are my video mixtapes I’ve been putting out, killing the Web waves…The Rick Ross sh*t is outta here. It’s over, he’s done his promo, 50 promoted his album very well, so Rick Ross is outta here. Now he’s worried about his own sh*t. They got the Tia [Kemp] book out there. That should be the last level of anything that has anything to do with Rick Ross.” (MTV)

Earlier this year, Yayo said he would begin a video blog addressing issues like Ross and members of his entourage.

Fat Joe don’t come to New York,” Yayo said in the video’s intro earlier this year. “None of y’all n*ggas come to New York…Next blog, I’ma be in Brooklyn. Next blog after that I’ma be in Bronx…It’s gonna be a cold summer for y’all…We got bullet proof trucks man, we made for this. I ain’t trying to glorify the beef but when n*ggas start talking about [50’s song] Marquise and n*gga’s moms…I’m tired of this fat n*gga talking about you f*ck models. Name one model you f*cked. You don’t look better than me…I’ma start showing my mansions.” (Fient Out TV)

Check out Yayo’s documentary below:

Tony Yayo | A DAY IN THE LIFE (PART I) from HipHopStan.com on Vimeo.



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