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Tony Yayo: I Told 50 Cent to Keep The Game's 'Hate It or Love It' & 'How We Do' (Part 28)

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Part 27: https://youtu.be/ScuE0TlLnwc
Part 1: https://youtu.be/xUIqjMORwCE
In this clip, Tony Yayo attempts to explain 50 Cent’s thought process behind not making any of G-Unit’s old mixtapes available on streaming services. From there, the Queens native talks about why 50 Cent doesn’t necessarily need to make money from streaming those old records because of his business savviness and the money that they’re making from international tour stops. Moving along, Yayo shares some insight behind 50 Cent’s process for penning hit songs for The Game, such as “How We Do” and “Hate it Or Love It.” As the conversation moves along, Yayo talks about G-Unit’s influence on the East Coast and West Coast before talking about the influence that L.A. gang culture had on the group and how it has since spread to New York. He then tells a story about attending a tattoo session for 50 Cent with the legendary tattoo artist Cartoon, which prompts him to share some things that he learned about the Mexican American community during his many visits to Los Angeles.

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