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50 Cent returned to Ear Candy Mornings yesterday to sit down for a chat with Renada Romain. The two talked about how well the single "My Life" is performing, people doubting his music and if we will see a G-Unit reunion with Tony Yayo and Lloyd Banks.
"Probably not," 50 said of the possibility of a G-Unit reunion. "You got people that grow in different directions. I've offered everything I could offer to G-Unit. I allowed them to be in front of my audience the entire time to develop their own fan base and have people recognize their attributes. And their defects at that point so what do you do? I don't care what other people want. I could give a f*ck if they want a G-Unit reunion. You can kiss my motherf*cking a$$ as far as that's concerned. I think when we get to the point [about] something the public is saying, it's a trend. It's an idea that one person had that other people are following. When did [G-Unit] dissolve? It dissolved as they didn't actually support the projects."
50 also discusses his relationship with Floyd Mayweather Jr., positives he's taken from their friendship and why he was discussing business with Manny Pacquiao at one point.
"My communications with Manny Pacquiao and his team was for Floyd Mayweather," Fif explained. "The company itself was initially being created to be a bargaining chip that they could actually split and look at it like it was a retirement plan. When you have a fighter that doesn't make money off anything but fighting and they're in that cycle of get the money, spend the money. You know that it's a comfortable flight, but the plane has no wheels. When it does land, it will crash land. So, if I'm sitting there and I'm trying to create that thing that's in between that allows them to be around what they're passionate about. And that's the sport of boxing. They've put everything into it. When I build it and you decide you don't wanna do it. When there's no income away from anything else but boxing and you know you can't fight forever. And you're saying 'I got 2 of 3 left in me.' And you see the actual fighter not fighting the toughest opponents. And navigating like 'let me fight who I think I can win [against].' When you see those decisions being made you go 'OK, hold up... let me start thinking about your exit strategy.' If that doesn't pop up then you don't have any logic with the way you view your life."
50 later predicts who he thinks would win if Manny and Floyd ever fought.
50 Cent Talks G-Unit Reunion
50 Cent Discusses His Relationship With Floyd Mayweather Jr.