50 Cent took Tony Yayo along for his Final Lap tour, showering him with a six-figure salary and first-class accommodations.

Yayo was the only one of Fif’s OG G-Unit soldiers to be on the tour.

Not only were Young Buck and Lloyd Banks left behind, but Fif shaded each of them from the stage.

Yayo was asked about that during his chat with VladTV.

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“I didn’t even know he said that,” Yayo said of the comments. I don’t want to get into Banks, because Banks is my guy and he really don’t like you. With Buck, it’s really not no smoke. When you look at Buck, everything was kind of more on him.”

Buck likely doesn’t agree with that assessment. 

During a chat with Steve-O this week, Buck wondered why 50 was trying to “Ja Rule” him.


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