From roughly 2002-2006, there was no rap crew more respected and more popular than G-Unit. Comprised of 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and eventually Young Buck, G-Unit rose to prominence on the strength of their vivid, swaggering, numerous songs about their exploits running the perilous streets of Southside Queens.
Tony Yayo Jumps In On The Meek Mill/50 Cent Beef
Meek Mill dissed 50 Cent on his new 4/4 track "Gave Em Hope," and 50 clapped back quickly today by sharing several of the Internet's pettiest memes clowning the Philly rapper.
Troy Ave Responds To 50 Cent's Comment That Tony Yayo & Lloyd Banks Are His Hype Men
50 Cent has been trolling long before the days of the internet. Almost every interview with the outspoken rapper finds him making a few deliberate statements to get a rise out of someone, often another rapper. His recent comments concerning former G-Unit members Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo were no exception, with the rapper saying that they've come to a point where they've resorted to becoming newcomer Troy Ave's hype men, as they appeared in his video.
50 Cent Says G-Unit Is "Dismantled"
It's no secret that the once-strong walls of G-Unit have been crumbling for some time, with Tony Yayo declaring that money ruined the group last year, and 50 Cent stopping short of saying the group was "dead" earlier this month.
Tony Yayo Responds To 50 Cent's Comments Comparing Him To Spoiled Milk
50 Cent has been doing the interview circuit later, and he's taken no prisoners when addressing his former G-Unit collaborators. While he's made a few comments about the rapper's that once occupied his circle, including calling them Troy Ave's hype men, one comment stood out in particular.
50 Cent Explains What Happened With G-Unit Crew Members
50 Cent recently sat down to talk with Hot 97, and it was definitely a lengthy interview, broken up into two parts it lasted an hour. The topics they broached were plentiful, including the New York rap scene and whether or not it's been revived, G-Unit and crews in general, as well as Summer Jam, and 50 sitting on a plane beside Ja Rule and his beef with the rapper (and Rick Ross beef).
50 Cent Describes "Animal Ambition" & Talks On Tony Yayo's G-Unit Comments
50 Cent revealed the cover art for his upcoming album Animal Ambition last night, along with a 'release calendar' for when you can expect new music off the project to drop. The first tracks coming up are "Hold On" and "Don't Worry 'Bout It" with Yo Gotti, both due out on March 18th.
Tony Yayo Talks G-Unit Reunion, Says Money Ruined The Group
The possibility of a G-Unit reunion has been thrown around a lot lately. Game’s manager said he has been trying to get one for awhile, and feels that it is possible. 50 Cent said this month that he believed it was a strong possibility,