Reason #1: It was really sad to see G-Unit break up in the first place.
G-Unit wasn't a group that was haphazardly thrown together after 50 Cent became super successful back in 2003. 50 and Tony Yayo grew up together. Yayo connected 50 with Lloyd Banks. And Young Buck was added to group when his rap career was still in its infancy. So it was sad to see all four of the group's core members grow apart—and even sadder to see 50 and Yayo trading shots through the media earlier this year. We're glad they've put their differences to the side, though, and gotten back on good terms. It's the best thing for all parties involved.
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