Party Ain’t Over: The Top 15 G-Unit Moments Of All Time
10. Tony Yayo’s Never-Ending Twitter War With The Game
Of course, sometimes, the beef is real. Since Los Angeles-based rapper The Game left/got fired from G-Unit (it really depends on who you ask), the tensions between him and the rest of the members has remained ripe. Tony Yayo — who has the least amount of damns to give — has consistently gone for The Game’s head on Twitter, mostly in response to Tweets like the one above. But whereas The Game likes to throw punches and hide his hands, Tony Yayo keeps it gangsta…especially when, in 2010, The Game attempted to “reach out” to 50 Cent via Twitter, only to find Yayo in his mentions calling him a “stripper h*e” and suggesting that, now he isn’t a puppet of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond anymore, he has no way of “feeding these Blood n***as.” Ouch.