You can’t make this stuff up.
Despite baiting them, and detailing their poor career moves with a comedic backdrop for almost his entire Animal Ambition press run, 50 Cent re-united his ultimately beloved G-Unit last night at Summer Jam. That’s right, Tony Yayo, Young Buck & Lloyd Banks all joined Fif on stage in what was another historic night at Metlife Stadium. A day later, 50 pulls another trick out of his sleeve, liberating G-Unit‘s remix to HS87‘s “Grindin’ My Whole Life” to DJ Enuff for the entire world to hear. That’s right. This is a new G-Unit song. All original members deliver original verses–Lloyd Banks’ is a standout, for the record–and all is right in New York again.
Ja Rule’s still upset.
But it’s really simple @50cent did a diss record at summer jam and I basically said get of my dick and grow up… What’s all the fuss about?
— Ja Rule (@Ruleyork) June 2, 2014
Listen to the track here.
Update: CDQ Dirty Version
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Per ThisIs50.com this Sunday’s (6/7) 50 Cent performance at Webster Hall will also feature G-Unit.
Get Tickets HERE
Also this picture of 50 giving Young Buck a chain on monday surfaced