During an interview the Wall Street Journal earlier this month, The Game’s manager, Dontay “Taydoe” Kidd, expressed his intentions to reunite Game and his long-time nemesis, 50 Cent. Now it looks like the rapper himself is down with the initiative, too. Last night, the Compton MC asked his fans on Facebook to “take a minute to vote here for a G Unit Reunion,” linking to the website GUnitReunion.com. The petition has already gathered over 5,000 online signatures, but whether a reunion will actually happen is another thing; it was just last week when 50 Cent told Forbes he thinks that is unlikely.

Fellow founding member Tony Yayo also recently shared his two cents on the state of G-Unit. Speaking to MTV News, the rapper said he would love to see a reunion, but was upset with The Game’s efforts to bring down the brand with his G-Unot campaign in the late ’00s. He also added that relationships in the group where better when they were broke.

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Watch Tony Yayo’s interview after the jump…

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