G-Unit’s Tony Yayo has fans scratching their heads this week after sending out some messages via social media about the fate of 50 Cent‘s popular collective.
According to reports, the “Talk of New York” has turned his back on the Unit and is looking at bigger opportunities.
Throughout the years, 50 Cent has had issues with almost every member of G-Unit, including Young Buck and Lloyd Banks. Now Yayo, the one that many thought would stick through thick and thin, also isn’t on the best terms with Curtis. “50 ain’t rocking with me and Banks the same. I layed my life down for the unit but you live and you learn,” quipped Yayo. “Too much stress. I flew the world already. Dropped an album. Time to try new things and the Unit not together. F*ck it.” (VIBE)
Yesterday, the New York native posted Twitter remarks about disloyalty.
“It’s funny how things and people change where all my so call freinds go.,” Yayo tweeted February 19.
“Loyalty get you nowhere in life it’s better to be a snake you’ll get further trust me .” (Tony Yayo’s Twitter)
To make matters more interesting, Unit leader 50 Cent announced his crew’s departure from Shady Records today (February 20).
50 Cent is leaving Interscope, the Universal-backed label that launched him into superstardom, and will take his G-Unit Records independent. The Queens-born rapper has signed a worldwide distribution agreement with Caroline/Capitol/UMG, paving the way for the release of new album Animal Ambition on June 3rd. The deal, announced through a press release from the label, marks the end of a period of uncertainty over when and where 50 Cent would drop his follow-up to 2009?s Before I Self Destruct, his most recent studio album. Despite clashes over the composition and timing of the new record over the past few years, Interscope had only kind words for him today. (Forbes)
When asked about the status of his crew last month, Fif hinted at plans to possibly drop a group project.
“Tell me where’s the interest from G-Unit members. You got new guys out there that don’t have the support of record companies and are working, just to sustain and generate that energy that’s there. I like to collaborate with them, did it for a long time. Maybe there’s a point that we’ll come back together and make a disc. And whom do you mean when you say the whole G-Unit? … It’ll never be five. That’ll never happen. I don’t even know if that’s possible because I don’t talk to them. I haven’t had communications with Young Buck since he been out of jail. I’ll never work with Game.” (Complex)
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