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As we reported last week, The Game offered an apology to 50 Cent and G-Unit about the old beefs, and proceeded to Sarah Palin it into some kind of weird vacation metaphor.

Whoo-Kid recently interviewed G-Unit’s Tony Yayo, asking him about what he thought of the apology.

“Honestly, it was bugged out to me when n*gga said Yayo, [Lloyd] Banks,” Yayo told DJ Whoo Kid in an interview. “What he said was real. N*ggas was The Beatles. That’s the realest thing he said, like, if me, Fif, Banks, [Young] Buck, Game, if we was on our A-game together then we would have still been making money,” he revealed.

“We making money now but what I’m saying is we wouldn’t have allowed nobody to take that number one spot,” he corrected.

That last quote speaks volumes, heh.

He continued, “But it’s too late to figure that sh*t out now. What’s done is done. N*ggas to me is marked to death. I don’t give a f*ck about these n*ggas. At the end of the day, if n*ggas would have just sat there and listened to what 50 said and didn’t feel no way, ’cause it’s not like 50 was Suge Knight’ing n*ggas over there, it wasn’t even like that…If you read the 48 Laws of Power, one of the laws is break away from the group because you get more attention… They actually wanted to be on the same level as 50 and it’s hard to get to that level.”

Yeah… maybe Tony Yayo should stop reading the 48 Laws of Power. – DJ Pizzo

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