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Tony Yayo was "hurt" after Interscope dropped him

div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”a href=”” imageanchor=”1″ style=”clear: left; float: left; margin-bottom: 1em; margin-right: 1em;”img border=”0″ src=”” //a/divLast summer, Tony Yayo revealed that he had left Interscope Records because he did not like the way they were treating him. Even with what he said, most people felt that Yayo had been dropped by the label. His debut album was released at the height of G-Unit’s run and it barely went gold. The people were not feeling Yayo and nothing he did /br /Now, on his own, 50 Cent kept him on G-Unit and he soon devised a plan to return G-Unit Records to the independent scene. The first album on G-Unit independent was to be Yayo’s. But, recently, 50 has been talking with Def Jam about a distribution deal. Tony Yayo has bragged about the new G-Unit movement, but he may have just been hiding his /br /Finally, Tony Yayo has opened up about what happened with his former home at Interscope Records. Tony Yayo said that they were discussing his long-awaited second album for three years. However, as the album was pushed back again, the executives were honest with him. They admitted that they did not care for his music and he would be better off without them. Yayo spoke on how he felt after this happened to him and he said that he had never been more hurt in his /br /With Interscope Records, Tony Yayo felt like he was on top after years of being at the bottom. But, as soon as he was able to taste the top of the game, he was returned right back to the bottom. He said Interscope had given him advance money for his second album. While he enjoyed the money, Yayo knows he did not work for it because his album never came out. Tony Yayo said he was hurt because of what happened and still says that he did not deserve the money they let him walk with.div class=”blogger-post-footer”div class=”separator” style=”clear: both; text-align: center;”
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