Marvin (Tony YaYo) Bernard is a 24 years old. He was born and raised on the streets of South Side Jamaica, Queens. Tony was a product of his environment. He started selling drugs at the age of 15. Threw selling drugs, the name YaYo was perfect. At this…more
He was arrested for allegedly smacking Jimmy Rosemonde's son.
The first single released from his sophomore album is entitled "Its a Stick Up" featuring snoop from the hit television show "The Wire."
His debut album "Thoughts of a Predicate Felon", sold 700,000 copies which was G-units first album to only reach gold status.
Tony has stated that he already has his second album finished and ready to go but is waiting until 50 Cent tells him to release it.
As a youth he used to live in the same neighborhood as Lloyd Banks and 50 Cent which are fellow members of the G-unit crew.
He is well known for doing adlibs for many of the G-unit songs due to his vocal quality to hype a song.
The same day he was released from jail for the second time he went straight to Sony Studios to records verses for Lloyd Banks and Young Bucks albums.
The name of his sophomore album is now entitled "Godfather of the Ghetto" and is set to release after 50 Cent's third album.
"Thoughts Of a Predicate Felon" was the first G-unit release not to reach platinum success.
His debut album "Thoughts of a Predicate Felon" released five singles including "So Seductive", "Curious", "Pimpin", "I Know You Don't Love Me", and "Drama Setter".
He only appeared twice in G-unit's 2004 album release "Beg For Mercy" due to him being in jail.
After being released from jail he was arrested again for passport fraud.
Tony has a tattoo of a Gorilla with a shotgun to represent G-unit aka Gorilla Unit.
He has a daughter that was born while he was in jail.
His CD "Thoughts of a Predicate Felon" would've been coming out June 28th, 2005, but was delayed until August 30, 2005 becasue of his probation.