Yayo gets the first go at the beat, repeating, "These haters can't stand that I'm up," over the instrumental and into his own rhyme. Buck picks up the second half with a verse about selling drugs from prison and "eating lobster tail" in his cell.
The partial G-Unit reunion on "Devil's Advocate" might restore hope that the clique could all get back on the same page, provided that 50 Cent can get behind the idea.
As it stands, Fif has no interest in reconnecting with the crew he founded. He called Yayo and Buck "babies" in an interview recently. "They throw the tantrums and stuff like that and I just watch them. Just watch them do what they're doing," he told CGMofficial TV. "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."
Based on what we've come to know about Fif, his harsh candor probably won't be the last time he addresses the dismantled clique.
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