Tony Yayo argued that 50 Cent has done more to help Uncle Murda’s career than Jay-Z. Yayo explained his position while speaking with Murda on Thisis50. Murda signed with Jay-Z’s Roc-A-Fella in 2007 but later moved to G-Unit with 50 Cent in 2016.
“That’s why I respect him because we have more of an assist,” Yayo said. “We have 50 Cent, so I knew I was okay. He sold 11 million records, I’m gonna get a percentage of his fans. I’m good. [Uncle Murda] had to kind of more do it on his own. He had deals with Jay-Z and them, but Jay-Z ain’t gonna never… I always tell them all the time, Jay-Z ain’t treating you like this n***a.”
From there, Murda reflected on Hov giving him his first six-figure check and thanked him for the support. He also joked about Yayo being quick to call out Jay-Z by recalling his response to a party they recently attended. Several high-profile celebrities, including the Kardashians and Serena Williams, were allegedly in attendance.
“We just finished performing, great time, right,” Murda said. “First thing my man wanna say, ‘Yeah sh*t lit, Jay-Z will never take you to a party like this.”
Yayo then added: “I’m just telling you how we get treated. I’m quite sure Hov and a lot of artists, they treat some of their artists maybe good, maybe not. I’m just telling you how we get treated. I don’t know [if] Jay-Z ever had him in the Armani Hotel.”
Check out Tony Yayo and Uncle Murda’s conversation on Thisis50 below.