1. “It’s about time G-Unit got back together.”
2. “How many times did 50 get shot again?”
50 Cent isn’t shy about his past before he became a popular rapper and has repeated over and over that he’s been shot nine times.
3. “The only thing that would make this any better is if Drake did ‘Real Quick’ with them.”
One of G-Unit’s first new songs together is a remix of Drake’s “0-100.” Unfortunately for fans, the Toronto rapper didn’t join them on stage.
4. “Lloyd Banks is way underrated.”
In addition to songs with G-Unit, Christopher Lloyd (a.k.a. Lloyd Banks) also performed music of his own like “Beamer, Benz, or Bentley.”
5. “Did 50 Cent just turn into his own DJ?”
In the middle of the concert, 50 Cent seemed to get a little frustrated with the DJ.
6. “Ladies and gentleman, I’m going to be your DJ tonight.”
So he ended up going behind the turntables and picking songs himself.
7. “It’s all about Queens right now!”
Citi Field — located in Flushing, Queens — was a fitting place for G-Unit to perform and reunite, as Queens natives from South Jamaica, themselves.
8. “That was a diss toward Game, wasn’t it?”
After 50 Cent rapped the chorus and first verse to “Many Men”, the music cut off and the rapper looked around at everyone else on stage. The crowd grew louder and speculated as to who 50 was throwing shade at, and most people thought of his famous beef with former G-Unit member the Game.
9. “Yo it’s Jeremih! I didn’t know Jeremih had more than one song with 50.”
At the beginning of the concert, the R&B singer joined the rest of G-Unit on stage and sang hits like “Birthday Sex”, “Down on Me”, and “Don’t Tell ‘Em.”
10. “I thought the guy standing next me wearing a bucket hat was Yayo.”
Tony Yayo is known for wearing bucket hats. As it turns out, he wasn’t wearing one at the concert.
11. “Is It G-Unit or The Unit? Or both?”
G-Unit stands for Guerilla Unit, but the group also refers to themselves as The Unit sometimes. It doesn’t seem to matter either way.
12. “Ggggggggggggggg Unit!”
But most people know them to be G-Unit.
13. “This is like one big middle school flashback.”
Most of the crowd in attendance was seemingly in their twenties, meaning they were in their early teen and middle school years when G-Unit first topped the charts with Beg For Mercy in 2003.
14. “I don’t even care that the Mets lost anymore.”
Before 50 Cent and G-Unit took over Citi Field, the Mets lost to the Padres 5-0.