(AllHipHop News) The G-Unit was once one of the most successful crews in Hip Hop with rappers representing the East Coast, West Coast, and the South all on one team. Now, one of the last remaining members of the group has made it clear he is ready to officially move on from his association with G-Unit.
Tony Yayo took to Instagram to voice his feelings that he, 50 Cent, and Lloyd Banks are over as a collective. In a series of comments addressed to fans, Yayo stated that he is "done with the music industry" and he wanted to "try new things and the unit not together."
"To many b***h ass n***as n***as want you to brown nose all the time homie," writes Yayo. "50 ain’t rocking with me and Banks the same. I layed my life down for the unit but you live and you learn."
This comes as a big change from just a week ago when Yayo posted a Throwback Thursday picture of him, 50, and Banks with the caption, "TBT just spoke to Banks we working. And @buckshotz we working the unit."
Despite 50, Game, and Young Buck all stating that a full G-Unit reunion is not likely to happen, Yayo had shown his support for Buck recently. Buck even suggested that he would be open to working with Yayo again during an interview last month.
While Buck and Yayo may still be on good terms, it now appears the last three G-Unit members reuniting for another run is unlikely.
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