(AllHipHop News) 50 Cent was on Sirius XM's Town Hall series giving brutally honest perspectives on his G-Unit past. During the interview, 50 Cent explained why a new G-Unit album has not happened, why he believes Tony Yayo will never change and how all the old G-Unit members are all the same to him.
G-Unit have not released an album together since 2008's T.O.S (Terminate. On. Sight). According to 50, that is a result of the other members of G-Unit rightfully wanting to pursue their solo careers independent of the domineering presence that is 50 Cent:
You have to understand, their entire career they've been standing next to me on stage and not being the actual focus. That's the way it first started. 50 Cent project and then you going to stand there until I say we going to sell your project. Okay, we going to sell yours now.
50 Cent also brushed off Tony Yayo's comments on his personal Instagram in late February about quitting the music industry due to "too many b*tch as* n**as" wanting him to "brown nose all the time":
I've seen [Yayo] say 'sorry' more than anything else in our conversations. His sorry don't mean sorry. His sorry mean 'nah man...chill 'till next time. That's what he means, because he's going to do it over and over. I love him. I grew up with him.
When asked about the early members of G-Unit, 50 simply said "Young Buck, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo are the same person to me."
50 Cent's full Sirius XM Town Hall interview will be available on Sirius XM radio station and website on March 31st.