50 Cent better boss than Jay-Z? Tony Yayo says ‘he ain’t treating you like this!

LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 20: Recording artist Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson of the music group G-Unit performs onstage during the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Kevin Winter/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

Is 50 Cent a more effective manager than Jay-Z? Tony Yayo shared his thoughts on which of the two assisted and managed their artists better.

During his appearance on “ThisIs50,” the “So Seductive” rapper discussed his career and how well-managed he is under 50 Cent’s watchful eye.

Yayo told Uncle Murda:

“That’s why I respect him because we have more of an assist. We have 50 Cent so I knew I was okay. He sold 11 million records I’m gonna get a percentage of his fans. I’m good.”

Unlike Yayo, Uncle Murda was managed by Jay-Z, and it appears that the rapper-producer did not fully support him.

Yayo continued:

“[Uncle Murda] had to kind of more do it on his own. He had deals with Jay-Z and them, but Jay-Z ain’t gonna never… I always tell them all the time, Jay-Z ain’t treating you like this n***a.”

While Yayo sang 50 Cent’s praises, it should be noted that he and 50 Cent have a long history. They were childhood friends, according to reports, so there is definitely some bias here.

However, Yayo then clarified:

“I’m quite sure Hov and a lot of artists, they treat some of their artists maybe good, maybe not. I’m just telling you how we get treated.”

Uncle Murda reportedly signed with Jay-Roc-A-Fella Z’s label in 2007, but left in 2016 to join 50 Cent’s G-Unit.

Murda, unlike Yayo, did not appear to be forthcoming with his thoughts on how the rapper-producer handled him.

He did, however, mention that when they parted ways, Jay-Z gave him a six-figure check and thanked him for his support.

Yayo also discussed people’s doubts about his career, noting that some accused him of riding on 50 Cent’s coattails.

He continued:

“They can go, ‘Oh, you went only because of Fifty!’ B***h, I’ve been to Qatar on my own. I can do my own shows. You could say what you want but I got to a point where I don’t really care about people’s opinion.

I don’t care about public opinion, or Instagram comments. Because these people are made to break you. They want to break artists. Nobody believes you but I was in Fifty’s crib. No roaches and all that. A little spot, small, small spot. Nobody believes in him.”