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2012 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival - Day 3


A couple weeks ago, 50 Cent gave an in-depth interview to The Breakfast Club at Power 105.1 about a slew of topics, one of them being the falling out between him and his former G-Unit members, Lloyd Banks & Tony Yayo. Both artists achieved considerable mainstream success early on in their careers (Banks’ first album sold 4 million copies and Yayo’s only solo, Thoughts Of A Predicate Felon fared very well on the charts) but have since fizzled out and become forgotten members of a once buzzing New York hip-hop scene.


Fif echoed these sentiments while on The Breakfast Club, and took it a step further when discussing Yayo, likening him to milk by saying, “some people are like milk…they have an expiration date”, when asked by The Breakfast Club crew about Yayo.

Earlier today, the “So Seductive” rapper had 140 characters to dedicate to the jab, which he quickly deleted, but the screenshot holds all the proof.