Tony Yayo Offers Condolences To Mazaradi Fox's Family

Tony Yayo comments on gun violence in the United States, addresses the sneaker craze among the younger generation.

Following the death of G-Unit Records affiliate Mazaradi Fox last week, Tony Yayo offered his condolences to the family of the slain rapper during an interview with DJ Whoo Kid of Shade 45. Yayo also offered his condolences to Fox’s daughter, who reportedly suffered a graze wound to the neck during the shooting.

“You know how it is in these streets, man,” Yayo said. “Yeah man, it’s not a game out there, man. People not playing, man. Shit is definitely real. You know? So, rest in peace to Fox, man. Condolences to his family, his daughter, and everybody.”

Yayo and DJ Whoo Kid also took time to address gun violence in the United States during their conversation. The G-Unit wordsmith commented on the lack of guns overseas, particularly Paris, France, before the conversation switched over to the sneaker craze that has resulted in the occasional outbreak of violence.

“They only got guns in America, man,” Yayo said. “When we go to Paris and stuff you know they ain’t got no guns over there and stuff like that…Yo, it’s crazy. I remember one time I was getting off the plane and this was the last place we was at. I forgot where we was at. I think it was Malaysia and I was wondering why all these kids was outside the store. And they was waiting for them new Gammas, the Jordans, man. And it was cold out. I was like ‘Damn, man.’ Crazy. But, you know, I mean people are [into] material things now these days. That’s how it is. It been like that for a long time. And you know the young kids go crazy for that stuff. You know?

“Yeah, when people start getting shot that’s when it get a little crazy…And it’s a shame,” he added. “And that’s what the kids want, man. It’s like them sneakers. It’s like that’s they addiction. I love sneakers too, but I don’t think I’mma stand in the cold for ‘em and I don’t knock the kids for it. That’s what they like. That’s how much they love the sneakers.”

Mazaradi Fox was shot and killed on January 3 in Queens, New York and was pronounced dead on the scene. Three others, including the 42-year-old rapper's daughter, were also injured during the shooting.

Although Fox was never officially signed to G-Unit Records, the rapper did appear on a handful of records with 50 Cent and Tony Yayo. Among those records is “It’s A Stick Up,” a song that featured Yayo, Mazaradi, and Snoop (from the television show The Wire).

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  • herecomesthereelest

    Ummm, Yayo have several seats, sitting up there offering condolences to his kids like he hasn't been a suspect in hurting minors. In example when him and his g unit fags repeatedly punched Jimmy Henchman's 12 year old son and Jimmy Henchman put a price on his man's head. How about quit f*cking with people and expect there not to be some form of retaliation. Your so hood and gangsta you should know this! shxt. RIP G-Unit

  • Yayo gets an allowance...

    Fif put you timeout know damn well you ain't flying anywhere if your pops ain't providing your airline ticket.And if anyone was standing on line for gammas it was your old ass...

  • NZ

    "The G-Unit wordsmith" - FAIL "The G-Unit coat-tail-riding-mic-too-loud-glass-slipper-picking-up-type-douche-nigga" - BETTER

  • Anonymous

    Southside - Hush goon and go back to watching Belly 2.

  • Stfu

    In America killing is a hobby

  • Valerie Knight

    til I looked at the receipt of $8282, I be certain neighbours mother could truley erning money parttime on their laptop.. there brothers friend started doing this 4 only about 21 months and resently paid for the dept on there cottage and bought a brand new Cadillac. you can try this out... www.Tec80.Com Where is Rick Ross and Game? Where is Meek Mill and Mase? Where are those Lookin Boy guys?


    "The G-Unit wordsmith commented on the lack of guns overseas, particularly Paris, France, before the conversation switched over to the sneaker craze that has resulted in the occasional outbreak of violence." --Since when did Tony Yayo become a wordsmith?

  • Anonymous

    Hush Yayo. Nobody cares that Fif takes you to Paris.

    • southside

      the one train uptown meet u at the mcdonalds on 137th and broadway

    • southside

      See what I mean he said it on the computer not on the block.... lol... go that way

    • harlem/wash heights/inwood

      the fuck you gon do to the 'the Clarence's son' You E-Beefing yourself stupid. the fuck u gon teach

    • southside

      honestly Mazi's def shouldn't have been reported on the internet. it leaves a flood gate for these "Clarence parents have a real good marriage" type of wierdos like you who not qualified to comment on real live street s*** you can say what you want on the internet fam... its a computer.... say whatever it is you wanna type of Supthin and Archer. time to teach a internet nigga why its just not cool to comment on street ish...

  • Anonymous

    pretty soon it won't be anyone left. I long for that time ya dig?

  • Anonymous

    in america you can go into a shop a buy a gun along with some food.

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