Tony Yayo Jailed, Released on $5000 Bail

 The G-Unit rapper was charged with harrassment and endangering the welfare of a minor.

Tony Yayo turned himself in to New York police Saturday afternoon and was charged with harrassment and endangering the welfare of a minor, stemming from an incident involving the 14-year-old son of Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond. The 29-year-old G-Unit rapper was arrested and released the same day after posting $5000 bail.

Last week, the 14-year-old was walking towards his father's business, Czar Entertainment, wearing a Czar t-shirt, when a black SUV pulled up next to him. The boy told police he saw 50 Cent in the car, when four other male individuals emerged, including Yayo. According to the New York Post, when the boy told Yayo his age, Yayo responded, "I don't give a fuck how old you are. Fuck Czar Entertainment!" and backhanded him. The crew reportedly then returned to their car and sped away. Sources say 50 Cent was also questioned, but police have not confirmed.

Rosemond's Czar Entertainment management company represents The Game, who's been intermittently beefing with G-Unit since 50 forced him out of their camp in 2005.

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