Tony Yayo Feels Sorry for Young Buck, Calls Rapper ‘Pitiful’
Former G-Unit rapper Young Buck recently apologized for his side of the dispute with 50 Cent and co., but don't expect the group to get back together just yet. "I feel a little sorry for him, because he could be taking the same advantages I'm taking," Tony Yayo said in response to Buck's apology.
"... You don't hear his mixtapes; you don't see nothing from nowhere. I just wish that the guy thought better or was a better businessman, instead of just being a good rapper. You being disgruntled towards 50, now what do you have?"
Buck and The Game both launched extensive campaigns against the Queens, NY crew after being ignominiously ousted from G-Unit due to their jealousy over 50's successes, according to Yayo.
"A lot of artists don't hit that plateau where they're on CNN, on Fox 5," he continued. "But what happens, when we're around 50 and dudes is in the circles, dudes start to get mad jealous. They want 50's money. That's what happened with Game and Buck, there was no way they were supposed to mess up the money. That's what they did, they started messing up the money."
Yayo also dismissed the possibility of a reunion with Buck and Game, claiming "Game is bipolar," and Buck too pitiful to be taken seriously.
"Buck, I think he's at a point where financially, I don't think he got it, homie," Tony concluded. "What are you doing? I don't see him anywhere. Even when you don't see me, Yayo's in Peru getting a nice check with 50. You can call it whatever you wanna call it; I'm still buying cars, Louis glasses, Porches. If Buck was around, he would still have these outlets available to him. Why apologize now?"