There’s been a lot of talk about 50 Cent lately, with many questioning the motives behind his recent ThisIs50 Music Festival held in New York. Fabolous was one of the first to bring it up on Twitter, asking if the G-Unit General would have reached out to his onetime rivals a few years ago. Who knows, really?
However, Tony Yayo seemed to be enthusiastic about all the crew love that went down on Governor’s Island, where G-Unit, the Diplomats and the LOX all connected.
“I know your eyes is buggin’ on, like, what’s going on — Slaughterhouse, the Unit, D-Block out here, Dipset,” the Talk of New York boasted. “My man Young Money Trav — we got Jersey here, L.A., we got a lot of ‘hoods. Detroit.
“Talk about that new album, man,” Yayo continued, looking in Joe Budden’s direction. ” ‘Cause I picked up that [Slaughterhouse] album. I told [the rest of the group] you should do that ‘Microphone’ joint [onstage].”
“See, man,” Budden cut in.
The New Jersey MC and his counterparts, Joell Ortiz, Royce Da 5’9″ and Crooked I, might have disagreed about their song set for the night’s festivities.
Yayo was adamant, however.
“That’s crack, man.”