50 Cent maintains that he is still on good terms with former members of G-Unit, but his recent commentary on their history and character says different. During a recent interview on CGMofficialTV, 50 spoke on his perception of his former group mates as well as a G-Unit/ Snoop Dogg partnership that never came to fruition.
50 Cent has been quoted as saying “Tony Yayo, Young Buck and Lloyd Banks are all the same person to me” and his sentiment seems to be consistent. During his interview, he took the descriptions a bit further and explained how Buck and Yayo particularly never adapted to true artistic independence:
They’re babies. At different points they throw the tantrums and stuff like that and I just watch them. Just watch them do what they’re doing. It’s not like their responsibilities is gonna change. They’re grown. They’re adults. They behave like babies at points. They have to. They have to do it. It won’t be long before you see some different things from them.
A collaboration album between G-Unit, Snoop Dogg and Daz Dillinger DPG-Unit was supposed to be released years ago, however complications with scheduling prevented it from being released.
I’m not sure if it’s actually gonna happen now because with Snoop and him moving around so much,” he said. “He’s touring now. So he’s out. But you always see me do things with Snoop because prior to Get Rich Or Die Tryin’, Doggystyle was the largest debuting Hip Hop album. Rightfully so, that album was a classic.