Photo Credit: Thisis50.com

Photo Credit: Thisis50.com

6. The Free Yayo Movement

By the time G-Unit first broke into the mainstream, Tony Yayo was in prison on a parole violation stemming from a gun charge. It didn’t matter, though: thanks to the Free Yayo Movement, more people knew — and anticipated — Yayo’s release than anything else…a testament, then, to both the underlying loyalty of, and the obvious friendship between, the various members of G-Unit.

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