New York rapper Tony Yayo is ready to break bread with another member to his G-Unit family by suggesting group leader 50 Cent consider signing incarcerated hip-hop artist Remy Ma. #JoinTheUnit
The “Talk of New York” posted a “Free Remy Ma” photo onto his Instagram page and co-signed the ex-Terror Squad member on Tuesday (June 17).
“Free Remy @50cent need to sign her first day out @_young6. She got bars for days.,” Yayo captioned June 17. (Tony Yayo’s Instagram)
Back in summer 2012, Remy revealed 50 Cent reached out to her during the jail stint.
“50 wrote me a great letter when I needed my appeal and I needed people to send letters and make sure that I have things set up so I could actually come home early,” Remy added. “He was very cooperative to make sure that they knew everything was set up for me to come home [and] Keyshia Cole, that’s my friend to the end, I’ll never forget everything [she's done] to help me throughout the day. Those two was phenomenal — and I’ll never forget things they did for me. There’s other people that did things that I’ll never forget but those two — pretty much [are helping me] come home early.” (Hot 97)
Back in March, her husband/rapper Papoose revealed he had plans to take Remy out for a meal once she is released.
Papoose is awaiting the July 31 release of Ma, who is serving time at the Bedford Hills Correctional Facility for Women for the shooting of Makeda Barnes-Joseph, who was accused of stealing $3,000 from the musician. “That’s going to be a very special day for me,” said the rapper of his wife’s release. “They say I never smile, but they going to see me with a Kool Aid smile that day.” As for his plans with her when she is released: “I want to take her out to eat,” he said, sharing plans to take her to Tao. “We going to go over there and have a good meal.” (NY Daily News)
Earlier the same week, Ma joked about what plans were on deck.
“I’m going to get my hair done. I’m going to get my nails done. [Laughs] People see me as this rough tomboy. I’m a girly girl. And I’m married! I’m over here married, without my nails done. I’m going to get dolled up. I’ll then knock out a few things [and] lay down some melodies. I’ve written a lot down but I haven’t been producing so I just write and listen to the radio.” (Billboard)