Bizarre did a lot of reminiscing during his recent stop on Drink Champs.
Among the anecdotes was a tale he told NORE and DJ EFN about the time G-Unit stole his groupies.
He began by explaining how D12, Eminem, Dr. Dre, Snoop, and The Dogg Pound had an intricate set of rules governing how groupies were used and distributed when they were on the road. If someone violated a rule -- for example, "cuffing" a freak that would otherwise be down for doing everyone -- they would be subpoenaed to appear before a judge, usually Dre or Em's manager Paul Rosenberg, and sentenced to clean up duty if convicted.
However, that all fell apart when 50 Cent and G-Unit joined the tour. The New York savages did whatever they wanted, consequences be damned. Bizarre recalled a time when Young Buck, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo just straight stole his groupies.
"Lloyd Banks, Buck, and somebody else was on the elevator," Bizzare explained. "The girls are in the middle of the elevator. We're in the front. We can't see what they're doing or nothing. So when the door opens for us to get off our floor, we get out and the chicks about to get out with us. Then I see Tony Yayo pushing the button. We go 'what?' And the door just closed. They took our chicks man!"
You can check out the whole episode here.