Tony Yayo speaks in 50 Cent prioritizing his friends than mere chasing after money when he featured on Drink Champs interview.
During the interview, Tony Yayo also claimed that New York has a measure of bad luck with rappers. He also revealed that drill music is dangerous.
During the interview, Yayo said, “Pop Smoke — like, I wish he would have stayed in the hotel over the AirBnB. Rest in peace. But, that kinda fucked New York up. New York was coming back, bro. We had Pop Smoke, we had all these drill n-ggas startin’…A Boogie. But Pop was…you know…”
He added, “Now, New York is worse than Chicago. And California, with the drill, because n-ggas is throwing like n-ggas dead friends in there. When we had battle raps with Ja Rule and them, n-ggas was still alive. […] But there’s no remorse with the drill music. N-ggas shooting little kids.”
Yayo still speaking on the matter said, “Thug coming home, man. The case … it sounds like a clusterfuck, man. Free Young Thug, man. And you know, it’s like, when you look at the shit, it’s like, he’s a high-profile guy. So, it’s a clusterfuck. You know?
“Even moving them around, it’s like, he’s high-profile. This is everyday shit, though … It’ll just make the news because you’ll hear ‘YSL.’”
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