Tony Yayo doesn’t doubt that Eminem is with the sh*ts. During his look on Drink Champs, the G-Unit rapper recounted the notorious showdown between 50 Cent and Suge Knight on the “In Da Club” music video shoot. If you don’t know, Suge apparently tried to run up and intimidate 50 Cent and different members of the Aftermath crew, solely to bounce out shortly after Fif and co. made it clear that they’d put up a combat. However, it was Eminem, who was on the peak of his profession, that was apparently keen to guide the brigade.
On Drink Champs, Tony Yayo offered a hilarious account of what went on that day. He defined that dancers and extras on the set started panicking as they yelled, “Suge is coming!” He detailed a chaotic atmosphere as items of the set and cameras fell to the bottom whereas crew members fled. “Look, Suge came but this is why I always respected Eminem, 50 Cent and n***as that was with us,” he stated. Yayo defined that he was startled by the people rolling with Suge attributable to their face tattoos. Still, he was prepared for battle, explaining, “If we don’t pop now, it’s back to the hood.”
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Tony Yayo’s Respect For Eminem
While Eminem, 50 Cent, and their crew have been able to combat in opposition to Suge Knight and his crew of alleged Blood members, Yayo defined that the Death Row CEO was largely ready to see what occurred earlier than he acted. “This the sh*t about Suge. He’ll light the cigar – he trying to see what you’re going to do,” he stated. “Eminem, 50, everyone outside. [Suge] lights his cigar. I was buggin’ ‘cause I seen – this is when I knew Eminem was real. He was like, ‘I don’t give a f*ck, man,’” Yayo stated in his finest Eminem impression. “I was like, ‘Damn, Eminem is a real n***a.’”
Yayo continued, “50’s n***as outside, [like], ‘Wassup?!’ and then the n***a Suge just walked away. Mexican n***as looked kind of confused like they didn’t know what was going on. Eminem came outside 100%.” Again, Yayo reiterated that Eminem said, “I don’t give a f**k, man!’” and defined that Proof beforehand had a run-in with Suge Knight the place he accused the music mogul of murdering Tupac. Check the clip above.
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