Tony Yayo fires shots in his former G-Unit member's direction.
Game previously came to Kendrick Lamar's defense after Shyne referred to his album good kid, m.A.A.d city as "trash." Now, he's sticking up for himself after his former G-Unit member Tony Yayo similarly slandered Jesus Piece.
Last night, Yayo took to Twitter to declare that "Jesus piece [is] trash rap." Never one to hold his tongue, Chuck Taylor quickly responded to the message, re-tweeting it and adding, "You had to listen to have an opinion turtle face fuck ha ha ha..... Merry Xmas 50's Hoe Hoe Hoe !"
On a separate note, 50 Cent hopped on Twitter to address a few fan questions, responding to a request that Yayo and Lloyd Banks be featured on Street King Immortal. "Nigga you need a banks or a yayo album?" wrote Fif.
Check the tweets below.
Jesus piece trash rap
— Tony Yayo (@TonyYayo) December 25, 2012
RT @tonyyayo: Jesus piece trash rap - you had to listen to have an opinion turtle face fuck ha ha ha..... Merry Xmas 50's Hoe Hoe Hoe !
— Handsome Ass Nigga (@thegame) December 25, 2012
— 50cent (@50cent) December 26, 2012