"I'm not sure if Eminem is gonna be a part of the bill," Yayo told MTV News. "I know 50 wants to go out and do the U.S. tour. It would be an honor if Em came out. Shout to Em, the whole D12, everybody out there."
No official dates have been announced for the group's U.S. tour, but the Queens native explained that touring with Em and 50 in the past was one of his favorite experiences in the industry. "My best experience was [the] Anger Management [3 tour] with 50 and Eminem," he said. "They was killing each other on the tour, it was crazy. That was an ill tour. Em comes out, Fif comes out, D12, Proof was still alive - rest in peace to Proof. That's one of the best hype men ever."
To emphasize the fact that he believes in the talent and money-making ability of Eminem and 50 as a duo, Yayo explained that he would be willing to work as a prop man just to see the show materialize. "You know what? I would love to see Eminem, Dre and 50 do a big tour, so I could make millions of dollars," he said. "I'll be a stagehand and work in the back. I wouldn't even care. I know I'll make a million dollars lifting stuff. It's an honor to be in their presence." Yayo acknowledged that it would be difficult to get Em, 50 and Dre on stage at the same time because of their hectic schedules -- which currently include new albums, movie projects and even the release of customized headphones -- but there's always room for dreaming. "Those guys are busy guys. I feel blessed I could say that I know Eminem, Dr. Dre and 50 Cent," Yayo said. "A lot of artists beg to do a song with Eminem, beg to do a song with 50 Cent, beg to do a song with Dre - I've experienced all those worlds."