50 cent-tony-yayo*50 Cent may enjoy being in a crew of one, but he is aware of what brought him to the table. Namely, his alliance with fellow rappers Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo as part of G-Unit.

As much as fans want to see the trio reform, it just isn’t in the cards for 50, who has apparently moved on to bigger and better things. Yayo made his feelings known as he expressed his views on the lack of unity in G-Unit via Instagram.

“50 ain’t rocking with me and Banks the same; I layed my life down for the unit but you live and you learn.” Yayo stated.

Days after Yayo’s statement, 50 Cent spoke on the comment while seemingly saying his goodbye to the G-Unit era.

“I had a wonderful journey with the people I grew up with. I think the frustration comes from shock, probably, that it’s not everything they wanted it to be,” the rapper told Billboard. “…him of all people… it’s not a secret, it’s a known fact that he actually came home form jail with a million dollars and a Bentley. Like, ‘What do you want?’

“These guys are millionaires. They’ve made millions of dollars,” continued 50, who is gearing up for the release his fifth album “Animal Ambition.” “Why do that then? Whenever there’s no one to blame, you know what game you play, [for] a look. I don’t know what the goal was.”

50’s comments come amid a transition for the rhymesayer, who is more focused than ever to build off the foundation laid with G-Unit.

“I don’t believe in looking back. I can care less about things that’s happened in the past. I’m looking forward, at prosperity,” he said while alluding to those who switch attitudes whenever it’s convenient for them. “I’ve learned: The same person that tells you you’re a piece of sh-t tells you they love you when the right song comes out. ‘My man, 50 back.’ So you can’t be affected by ‘I hate you’ because it won’t allow for something good to come in.”

50 Cent’s “Animal Ambition” album is set to for release on June 3.