Long-time G-Unit member Tony Yayo is calling out his former record label, Interscope Records. Yayo says that not only did Interscope blackball G-Unit's projects but 50 Cent's also. From Yayo's view, he began to notice the label's lack of involvement when G-Unit's last "Terminate Of Site" album hit stores in the summer of 2008.
"I feel like Interscope was trying to blackball me," Yayo explained in an interview. "But to each's own, man, like, when T.O.S. came out, I felt like it was a classic album, T.O.S., but I felt like, a lot of stuff I was starting to learn about the [rap] game, like, why wasn't our album up two weeks ahead of time on iTunes? You know what I'm saying? It feels like there's always something messed up, I felt the office up here, G-Unit, was doing more work than Interscope. That's why I feel like I was getting blackballed."