50 Cent has stated that he would prefer his G-Unit signing partner Tony Yayo to have exploded instead of his.
The remarks were made in the course of an interview on Big Boy’s Neighborhood where 50 Cent stated that the group of his G-Unit entourage chose to remain together after the popularity of his seminal album Get Rich or Die.
“My solo album took off so big that I just brought them with me,” 50 stated. “So it was evident that I was creating opportunities for the rest of the group, but it was clear that we were all in the same boat. I’d like it to be Yayo as I could have run all the work. If he’d done the same thing 50 Cent did and I had done, I would have run the entire thing.”
He went on to say, “It would still be two of us. He’d be still 50 cents as an artist, and I’d be the biggest contribution to us.”
The connection that exists between Yayo and with 50 Cent friendship has been deep. And the G-Unit member recently shower Fiddy with praises in August, saying he had was able to help Fiddy “survive a lot of shit.”
The remarks were made during an interview on The only way out the podcast, Yayo reflected back on the death of Pop Smoke as well as 6ix9ine’s RICO trial in addition to stating that the sole reason he could avoid similar situations was due to key tips 50 gave him as an emerging rapper.
“There used to be 14 guns on the bus like Bobby Shmurda and them n-gas, we used to be running around like that,” Yayo declared at around the 28-minute mark. “You must be a bit intelligent, you’ve got an N-GGa similar to Fif around, which helps us to get through lots of the shit. He’ll say”Yo, if you’re required to carry guns, where do you even bother? You can just go to my mansion. I’m actually not there. You can take over my house.”
He went on to say: “He’ll tell you: “You’ve have a girl in your bedroom who’s stranger to you. Don’t let these girls get pregnant while driving because I’ve witnessed n-gas get pregnant.'”
In his interview with Big Boy’s Neighborhood 50 Cent announced the rapper has begun work for the 8 MileTV series to aid in further Eminem’s now unbreakable “legacy,” though details are currently in the dark.
“I wanna bring — I’m gonna bring, 8 Mile to television,” 50 Cent declared and confirmed the fact that Em knows about his intentions.
“We in motion,” 50 responded after being asked at what stage of production the show is currently in. “It’s going to be big. I’m working. I ain’t got no duds. I’m hitting 100 … It’s a good thing. believe that it’s a good idea to have it for his legacy, since it’s important for me to know that they are aware of the significance of it.”
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