50 Cent Is Done With Tony Yayo And Loyd Banks
The G-Unit era has come and gone and now it seems that there is no future for G-Unit as 50 Cent recently stated that he no longer really talks to Tony Yayo or Loyd Banks.
It seemed like it was only a matter of time before G-Unit fell apart after much of their inside quarreling. When they first hit the scene they may have been the talk of the town but the rivalries and jealousy within the group caused catastrophic failure.
The first issue was when Game was kicked of the group after unintentionally insulting 50 Cent. Game was a hell of a rapper and in my opinion one of G-Unit’s best assets, as you can see his music is still selling today. The next domino to fall was when Young Buck was kicked out of the group for many reasons, now he may not have been one of the best lyricist, but he was the muscle of the group and essential for them to keep all types of fans engaged in their music. Then the rest of the bricks came tumbling down on the once successful rap group.
Now 50 Cent has finally put the nail on the coffin as he says that he no longer works with the last two remaining members of the group.
Fiff addressed the growing separation between the trio and he further commented on the falling out during an interview with Hot 97’s Angie Martinez and DJ Enuff.
50 Cent claims to occasionally see Tony Yayo during shows, but the rapper tends to disappear when it comes time to start making music.
“I see Yayo all the time. He actually comes through [and does] the shows and stuff like that. He’ll pop up. We’ll do that, but away from it when we come home I be busy working on something and they supposed to be doing the music, writing the music,” 50 Cent explained.
Later in the interview, the rapper spoke on enabling the group and concluded by stating that he no longer speaks to either of the rappers.
“Now it’s like I think I’ve enabled them,” said 50 Cent. “I’ve damaged that by being so close to it that they just go. Their way of dealing with things is not dealing with it so you can have people that work for you who you work for because they’re just waiting for you to do it. Or you don’t say anything and there’s no urgency…I don’t talk to them. We’re still friends, it’s just the relationship is different. We grown…The issues came up where that they feel like it’s hard for them to be the man while I’m around.”