The friendship of rapper Tony Yayo and that of G-Unit founder rapper 50 Cent is no mystery. Their friendship dates way prior to the success of 50 Cent as a rapper and now as a television series producer. Their friendship traces as far back as their childhood.
Recently Tony Yayo was on Vlad TV and upon being asked by Vlad, Tony Yayo spits 50 Cent’s first rhyme.
The rhyme may not be exactly what you’re used to hearing from the 50 Cent that we all know. However, in it you can trace the inception of what would become the world known rapper 50 Cent.
Yes, some of the wording may come off as nursery rhymes, but the elements of street life are deeply ingrained it.
YAYO SPITS 50 CENT’S FIRST RHYME
Below is the Instagram reel where you can hear Tony Yayo spits 50 Cent’s first rhyme.
50 CENT ON HIS RELATIONSHIP WITH TONY YAYO
Rapper 50 Cent does not shy away from speaking on his relationship with Tony Yao. He says, “If [Yao] does something wrong he goes, my bad. You go, ight. And we just keep going until the next time he does something wrong again. That’s the relationship. That’s our relationship.”
Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter is 50 Cent’s book where he shakes up the self-help category. Hustle Harder, Hustle Smarter combines 50 Cent’s street smarts and hard-learned corporate savvy to help readers successfully achieve their own comeback—and to learn to flow with the changes that disrupt their own lives.
And as always we like to close with a saying, quote or adage and today’s is from Tony Yayo: YOU LEARN TO JUDGE YOUR FRIENDS FOR WHO THEY ARE.
Now, go forth and change the game!