Tony Yayo shares he made 'six figures' and visited 24 countries on 50 Cent's Final Lap Tour, also revealing the exact earnings from the tour
In a recent interview with VladTV, Tony Yayo, the last G-Unit member on good terms with 50 Cent, delved into the financial success of 50's Final Lap Tour. The international trek spanned over 70 cities in more than 20 countries from July to December of the previous year.
While specifics weren't disclosed, Yayo shared that he, as a support act, earned a "six-figure" income from the tour. He highlighted 50 Cent's staggering earnings from tour merchandise alone, emphasizing 50's iconic status. Yayo stated, "His merch is in the millions. He’s an icon. Your favorite rapper can’t do what 50 just did."
When questioned about his own merchandise sales, Yayo explained, "I don’t ask for too much. I’m making six figures, so why would I bother you for more? The money is great, the money is excellent."
Regarding 50 Cent's tour earnings, while Vlad estimated over $100 million gross in ticket sales, Yayo didn't confirm the figures. Yayo painted touring with 50 Cent as an incredible experience, likening it to a "movie" and dispelling misconceptions about 50 Cent being a "bad guy."
He emphasized that artists are often mistreated, shedding light on the lavish lifestyle afforded by touring with 50 Cent. Despite popular perceptions, Yayo revealed a glamorous life staying in luxury accommodations like the Four Seasons, enjoying iconic landmarks like the Eiffel Tower, and sipping drinks in exotic locations such as Bahrain.
This narrative aims to dismantle the negative image associated with 50 Cent and showcases the positive experiences and financial success associated with his Final Lap Tour.
This revised article provides a unique perspective on Tony Yayo's insights into the financial aspects and experiences of touring with 50 Cent, shedding light on the lucrative nature of the Final Lap Tour and challenging preconceived notions within the Hip-Hop Culture.