G-Unit member Tony Yayo, previously uninvolved in an escalating feud between his crew and Dipset, recently chipped his two cents to MTV. Nothing was held back, as the Queens emcee had something to say about others in the industry.
"I feel like Cam'ron is a peon. Let's ask the general public: When is the last time Cam'ron made a fucking hit? It's time for these niggas to pay the piper. Rap is a competitive sport and I play around with it. Sometimes dudes catch feelings, sometimes they don't. Me, I don't understand these dudes. These dudes reach out on the phone and try to call people. After that incident, Jim, he reached out to Buck. This is what Buck tells me: Jim Jones reaches out to Buck and was trying to tell Buck to get me on the phone. I don't do the phone thing. I don't need none of these rap niggas to be my friends. My best friend sells the most records and makes the most money ... I've seen checks for $5.5 million that 50 is generating monthly just from his Vitamin Water.”
He went on, dissing several big names he apparently has a problem with.
"I don't believe Cam'ron, I don't believe Jim Jones, I don't believe Lil Wayne, I don't believe Baby, I don't believe Game and I don't believe Fat Joe."
Yayo plans to release his sophomore album, tentatively titled “Godfather of the Ghetto,” later this year. G-Unit’s second album, “Locked & Loaded,” is also in production.
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