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50 Cent’s Next Debt Victim Is Tony Yayo

50 cent is back at it again trying to gather all his debts, he set his target to his longtime friend and a G-Unit groupmate — Tony Yayo. 50 took to his Instagram page to post a video of him calling Yayo to talk about the many different individuals owing him money, they include Rotimi, Teairra Mari, Randall Emmett, and Jackie Long. “I was calling you ’cause I was thinking about people that gotta give me my money back said 50, as Yayo started automatically assuming that 50 was calling him about the same thing. “Aww, man. Here we go,” said a disgruntled Yayo. “Come on, big homie. What you talkin’ about?”

50 chuckled before getting serious, telling Yayo that he should give him back some of the money he gave him. “I’ve been giving you money for years, ” he tells his yayo, on the other hand, wasn’t thrilled at the prospect of having to pay back his longtime buddy,

50 still continues jokingly, telling him to pay up. “I ain’t got no friends. I love you, boy, but you need to give me some of that money back, ” he says. Yayo provides an alternative solution. “You want me to shoot somebody? Point the finger. I’ll pay you back like that. ” with this, It looks so cloudy if 50 is really serious about collecting from Yayo, but if his recent rampage is of any indication, he was serious about that  “I don’t know what you heard about me, but a bitch can’t get a dollar out of me.

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