According to Tony Yayo, one of the rules 50 Cent lives by is once you kick sand at him in the sandbox, it's a wrap. It doesn't look like 50 or anyone in G-Unit are interested in reconciling with Game. Recently, the Compton native — and onetime member of the Unit — apologized for being involved in friction with the collective. However, Yayo told us he's not buying it.
"Now he's thinking about his mistakes," Yayo told MTV News. "He said in that interview he might feel a different way the next day. Game is bipolar. One day he's this way, the next day he's the next. When you got a group like G-Unit ... we sold millions of records, we got a lot of egos. From Buck and Game, I think they just gotta learn how to control them egos. In their eyes, to me, they got jealous of 50. They'll say, 'Yayo is up under 50's a--.' Or 'He's 50's yes-man.' It's not that — I don't have any hate in my heart towards anybody. I don't have hate in my heart towards Game or Buck. But when we built a brand, G-Unit was selling millions of records like he said — yeah, we was the Beatles.
"Let me tell you like this," Yayo added. "Let me keep it real. You're either gonna be down with 50 and be below him a little bit ... but you're still travelling the world. I just came back from Ireland, Switzerland and Turkey. So I don't care what nobody says. ... Or you could go against him and get more publicity. Buck and Game, when they went against 50, they got way more publicity. Way more people wanna interview them and know what the beef's with 50. So they gain more interest than me.
"If I was to flip on 50 today, it would get me more media than me being down with him," he continued. "But I'm not a snake. So Game started the 'G-Unot' thing, tried to hurt the brand. C'mon, people respect the movement. They respect when they see guys from the 'hood who came from the 'hood — started out with nothing, now got something, not knock each other when we get to the point where we all got money, houses, cars, kids, bills."