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Tony Yayo Had a Price On His Head; 50 Cent Taught Him how To Move In The Streets

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Doing his stop on Vlad's couch, Tony Yayo discussed all of the recent rapper-targeted violence in Los Angeles.

According to Yayo, LA is a "no fly zone" for rappers.

He also spoke on how 50 Cent taught him to move so he would avoid local goons.

“Maybe we gotta come back to bulletproof trucks, bulletproof vehicles, maybe put up the Bentleys and get bulletproofs now. For me, I learned from 50, that instead of me going to the store or the restaurant,  get the food to go, send your assistant or your man in there, and you cool.  If you go in with jewelry on ... rest in peace to all of these rappers."

According to Yayo, when he was in the streets he had a hit on his hand.

“Yes,” Yayo said when Vlad asked him if there was really a bounty on him. “I don’t want to say the amount, but like I said n*ggas always say we glorify the sh*t. I believe I had money on my head in jail. I had money on my head in the street. I don’t glorify none of that sh*t ’cause it’s real.”

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