G-Unit rap artist Tony Yayo is sharing his own experience in a comparable scenario to the one that ended fatal for Takeoff, and the clear pattern is … dice video games tend to go awry.
Coming up in Jamaica, Queens, Yayo states he’s seen a lots of dice video games go sour and remembered a brush with death he had while shooting dice inside an NYC hair salon years earlier.
Yayo states he and his pals were commemorating as they were cleaning up the person outta his lease cash, however later the loser requested “a walk.”
Yayo discussed to DJ Vlad “a walk” is when somebody requests a part of their cash back, so they won’t go house completely broke and revolted.
Yayo states he was cordial with the person, however when he declined to quit a few of the earnings … an argument led to shooting, which Tony unusually referred to as a “friendly shootout.”
Dice video games have actually been a sensitive topic within the hip hop neighborhood given that Takeoff’s Nov. 1 death in Houston following a not-so-friendly encounter.
The Migos rap artist’s suspected killer, Patrick A. Clark, was launched on bond previously this month and is presently waiting for trial for felony murder.
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