Sha Money XL said he speaks with 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo on a regular basis. However, he said he speaks with them because they are his frieds. Despite his appearance, Sha Money is not all business all the time. Unlike other people, Sha Money XL was not focused on beef, so he has remained impartial.
Now with Def Jam, Sha Money XL said the first release under the deal will be Banks' The Hunger For More 2. The album will be followed by a new release from Tony Yayo. G-Unit will close the year with a release from 50 Cent. But, at the moment, 50 Cent was out creating films.
When speaking of 50 Cent's filmmaking abilities, Sha Money XL said he was going to be the first true rap filmmaker. Sha Money envisions 50 Cent becoming the next Tyler Perry, as opposed to the ghetto flicks made by Master P. He said before the end of the year, 50 Cent will be back in Forbes because he is working that hard. Tony Yayo made the plea to star in a 50 Cent film and he was hooked up with Benny Boom for a new film. He looks at Game and sees him better of if he were with G-Unit.
Despite the way Game feels about Sha Money, 50 Cent, and G-Unit, Sha credited him as one of the best lyricists in the game today. However, the quality of his music has gone down since his debut album. Had he remained with G-Unit, Sha Money XL feels Game would be controlling the radio right now. There was something about the sound of Game's music with G-Unit. He has remained popular, but the music is different because of a lack of chemistry.
Even though they did not get along, 50 Cent and Game had an undeniable chemistry. Last year, even Game admitted they had great chemistry, the entire crew. He said they could have been the black Beatles' had they fought to stay together. 50 Cent knew this and said it was too late for Game and Young Buck to get back in his good graces.