G-Unit soldier Tony Yayo stopped by Math Hoffa's barbershop for some discussion.
Math Hoffa wanted to talk about erstwhile G-Unit soldier The Game.
Yayo eventually had enough. Jump to eight minutes.
"So 50 [Cent] don't care," he said when Hoffa tried to steer the conversation back to Game. "I don't never worry about the rapper. I worry about the n*gga that's with the rapper. I don't give a f*ck who the rapper is. If you wanna kill somebody you're going to jail. You're famous. You're going to be the next best talent on the island. I'm worried about the Feds. N*ggas never had the Feds knocking on their door and homicide knocking on their door the same year. Game has never went through that. Hip Hop police following us 'cause Jam Master Jay got killed. Y'all keep acting like Game is the real legacy of G-Unit. No. It's Lloyd Banks, Tony Yayo, and 50 Cent. Because any New York issues that happened, I had to deal with when n*ggas pulled up. Understand? When I was on the island I had to deal with issues. I wasn't in PC. Understand? Game was on the West Coast that's his sh*t. We had to deal with Jimmy Henchman. And think about it, if you a West Coast n*gga why would you let a n*gga that has something to do with Pac. Why would you f*ck with Jimmy Henchman? N*ggas get mad because I'm a real n*gga ... I don't give a f*ck about these industry n*ggas. It's all fake."
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