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Tony Yayo Explains Why the Beef Between 50 Cent and the Game Started

Tony Yayo is opening up about 50 Cent’s beef with The Game, and as he explains, it stemmed from another industry beef. In a new interview with VladTV, Yayo reveals that the pair’s rocky relationship was the result of an existing beef between Jimmy Henchman, the former CEO of Czar which repped Game, and Chris Lighty, the co-founder of Violator and manager of Fif. Yayo told Vlad that “Jimmy Henchman never liked Chris Lighty,” and that it was “always jealousy,” between them. That animosity, he says, rubbed off on the artists they represented.
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Tony Yayo Shares Genesis Behind 50 Cent and The Game G-Unit Beef

50 Cent and The Games beef is being analyzed by Tony Yayo, who revealed the genesis of the beef. There have been quite a lot speculations as to why the men are beefing. Their feud spilled over earlier this year after 50 Cent‘s Super Bowl performance as The Game trolled Fifty for the weight he gained. He particularly had an issue with 50’s muscle shirt calling it a “tank top” and comparing the rapper to a rotisserie chicken. He recently told him his “[rap] career died with them tank tops,”
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Tony Yayo on Growing Up in Queens, Selling Drugs at 15, 50 Cent was Already Active at 12

Tony Yayo came through for his first VladTV interview in some years, which he acknowledged at the start of this clip. From there, Yayo spoke about growing up in South Jamaica, Queens, near 50 Cent and Lloyd Banks. Tony detailed how he got in the streets after his parents divorced when he was around 15-16, but he pointed out that 50 Cent had already been in the streets since he was 12. This led Yayo to share stories about 50 Cent having their block on lock, and he also shared a story of a motorcycle police chase that 50 Cent had.
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John Cena Says His ‘You Can’t See Me’ Gesture Was Inspired By G-Unit’s Tony Yayo

John Cena recently made an appearance on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon to promote his new HBO Max series Peacemaker, dressed in his wardrobe from the show. During the conversation, Fallon asked Cena for the backstory behind his infamous “You Can’t See Me” gesture, which became popular during his peak days as a wrestler in the WWE. Cena explained that the gesture started as a dare between him and his little brother Sean.
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