By K.B. Tindal
Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Time has flown by so fast, as G-Unit’s run is close to thirteen years old and the team already reached the peak. When G-Unit first was introduced to the mainstream, Tony Yayo was the missing piece. During this time, he was serving time in prison.
In 2004, Tony Yayo was released from prison and he released his only album to date, Thoughts of a Predicate Felon, in 2005. From that moment on, things consistently fell apart for G-Unit. It all came to a head in 2014, when Tony Yayo called 50 Cent out on Instagram.
Instead of a major beef, 50 Cent reunited with G-Unit at Hot 97’s Summer Jam, also making peace with Nas and dissing Ja Rule. But, they immediately dropped their EP, The Beauty of Independence and revealed The Beast is G-Unit was coming soon, but it’s faced many delays. Tony Yayo talked to RapRadar.com’s B Dot on their podcast and he discussed this, G-Unit, Queens, and much more.
Listen to the entire interview below:
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