Tony Yayo unleashed a verse discussing several current events during his introductory bars on Funkmaster Flex’s show on New York radio station Hot 97.
“Sha Money [XL] helped me get my first house,” he raps, “50 helped me get my first Bent’ / Money well spent / Now they don’t talk.”
In June, 50 called Sha Money XL soft and crossed him out of a picture.
Another 50 friend-turned-foe, Floyd Mayweather, is also brought up in the verse.
“Sometimes I wish 50 and Floyd talked / Sometimes I wish Biggie and ‘Pac talked,” he raps.
Mayweather and 50 have been at odds, particularly dissing one another more frequently recently regarding money, reading and philanthropy.
Throughout his verse, Yayo also discusses how time has created change for several people in the limelight, including former G-Unit deejay, DJ Whoo Kid, who Yayo says he only sees in nightclubs.
In April 2014, Whoo Kid discussed fighting with 50 Cent.
In his verse, Yayo also reveals that he once helped French Montana with lawyer money before congratulating him on his success with Puff Daddy’s Bad Boy Entertainment. “Congrats, homie. Get your money,” he raps.
While discussing several people he’s encountered throughout his career in Rap, Yayo also touches on Dr. Dre.
“Beat a homie up for Dre and I never got a beat,” he rhymes. “Not the headphones, never got a beat.”
Listen to the freestyle here.
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