Today is 50 Cent's birthday, a day where we all can reminisce on the classic songs, albums, memes, TV shows and businesses that Curtis Jackson has given us. Of course, much of his success would not be possible without the group that surrounded him for much of his career, G-Unit. For years, 50 was seen as the ringleader of G-Unit, working closely with Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and Young Buck. Although they've had some trouble staying tight over the years as 50 generally loves to beef with everybody, the crew has always playfully teased one another, reminding themselves of their beginnings. 50 has achieved the greatest level of success out of the bunch but each member has had a storied career. In order to wish Curtis a happy birthday, Tony Yayo remembered their legendary run with a vintage photo.

Yayo shared the image for all of us to remember, showing Lloyd Banks, 50 Cent and himself posing during a photo shoot and looking tough. The photo is severely outdated as they tote pistols and wear excessively baggy clothing, bringing us back to peak 2000's street fashion. Stating that the three of them made it with his caption, the three kings of New York will absolutely go down in history as being one of the most dominant groups of all time.

Fiddy has already shared a few birthday posts over the week, showing off his gifts to himself in the form of several brand new cars. A nice birthday gift to his fans, however, would be a G-Unit reunion album. How about it, Fif?