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Tony Yayo & Goons Beat Up Pleasure P & Knock Out Teeth, 50 Cent Comments



50 Cent Comments After Rapper Tony Yayo & Crew Beat Up R&B Singer Pleasure P & Knock Out Teeth

50 Cent Comments After Rapper Tony Yayo & Crew Beat Up R&B Singer Pleasure P & Knock Out Teeth

G-Unit rapper Tony Yayo and a group of goons have reportedly beat up R&B singer Pleasure P. The incident occurred in Houston, during 50’s annual celebrity charity event – Tycoon Weekend.

According to reports reaching us at Dreddsworld, Pleasure P was intoxicated, and made comments towards Tony Yayo that were deemed “inappropriate.”

Then, according to reports, Tony and his friends beat the living heck out of Pleasure P – leaving him with what was described as a “busted mouth.”

There are reports that Pleasure P “lost a few teeth” in the melee. Tony’s crew were pretty amped up, when they ran into Ray J – who was not involved in the incident.

However, the crew “backed down” Ray J, but eventually let him off the hook. Minutes after the apparent beating, a cameraman ran into 50 Cent, who joked about Pleasure P getting beat up.

Here’s 50 giving some funny commentary:

The G-Unity Foundation presented Tycoon Houston Weekend Aug. 25-28 all over the city. It kicks off with a comedy and music festival at Toyota Center. The lineup includes B-Simone, Bill Bellamy and Lil Duval. Musical performers include Fetty Wap, Flo Rida, Jacquees and Jeremih.

Tons of celebrities were there, including boxer Floyd Mayweather who also appeared at the Autograph Show of Texas in Pasadena. Mayweather and 50 Cent have apparently ended their longstanding feud.

Tycoon Houston Weekend also featured a NYC invasion of bartenders and dancers, brunches and adult swimming parties. There is also a Kim Son Dinner with the Stars. A celebrity basketball game, Aug. 27 at the University of Houston, will feature teams led by 50 Cent and Fat Joe. Players include Vince Young, Ray Jay and Slim Thug.

All proceeds will benefit the G-Unity Foundation and the G-Unity Business Lab with the Houston Independent School District.

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