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View a screencap in the gallery above.[via]50 Cent has been doing the interview circuit later, and he's taken no prisoners when addressing his former G-Unit collaborators.
He pridefully boasts that his “singles still killing the club.” “I just did a show with Banks in Boston and I’m still rocking.
So I’m glad that my songs like ‘So Seductive,’ ‘Pimpin,’ ‘I Know You Don’t Love Me,’ records like “Drama Setter” with Eminem, they stand the test of time.
Known to many as the capo of the Unit and 50’s right-hand man, Yayo has put in work in the game, first learning the ropes as a member of Fif’s entourage during the Jam Master Jay and “How to Rob” years before stepping into the booth himself during the crew’s dominant rise to power in the early aughts.