Please correct me if im wrong, but I really feel that Yayo may just be the wackest rapper in the game. It seems as if he thinks that he dosent even got to rap well, people just like to hear his voice on a record.
I could care less about Yayo as farr as him being in the Unit next to 50cent and Banks. He needs to give me a reason to like him.
I like 50cent because he had a classic album G.O.D.T, he also had a couple of nice tracks after that.
I like Lloyd Banks, because of he's first and platinum selling album T.H.F.M. I also like him because of his mixtape tracks back in the day.
I like Young Buck because of his first and platinum selling album W.T.C.
When it comes down to Tony Yayo, he really hasent given me anything other then the song So Suductive ft.50cent. Also I can't denie that he had a verse that was pretty decent on Aint no click ft. Lloyd Banks. That's it.
But what bothers me, is that he carrys himself as if he's been an impact on the G-Unit's uprising, when really he hasent been anything other then a reason to it's slowly downfall.
Even if Buck cried on that conversation with 50cent, I can't see how Yayo can put him self in a position to dissrespect Buck because of that. Young Buck helped built up the popularity around the Unit with quality traks, and he's personality as a rapper. Yayo came out of jail, and jumped straight in to a Bentley, no hard work put in. Slowly he replaced Young Bucks place. And that's a great thing for Yayo, he makes good money in the position that he's in, but to think he would be greatful for that. He's not.
Dissrespecting Buck in every chance he get's.
Tony needs 50cent, he know's that without him, it's riches to rags. But think about it, Yayo is in a position, and has been in that position for some time now. A position that most of us only can dream of, and he hasent had any progress. He's just kicked back and waited for 50cent.
Yayo can't stand on his own feet, and to me, thats not a man to respect.