On Monday police commissioner Raymond Kelly said Rhymes is one of the witnesses police want to speak with, and Newsday reported that Yayo is also being sought for questioning.
Collecting 50 Cent and Tony Yayo, it sounded like yet another classic G-Unit cut, complete with some Scott Storch-esque stacatto chords.
It's still not entirely clear where the song will end up, but the crew's album, The Beast Is G-Unit is said to be coming soon.
On "Gave Em Hope," Meek accused 50 of "cosigning a rat," presumably calling him out for posing for a picture with the groundskeeper who, last June, told police he was kidnapped and pistol-whipped by Rick Ross, which ultimately caused the MMG boss to spend about a week in jail before being released on $2 million bail.
A few months later, Ross voiced his belief that the entire incident was set up by 50 Cent.
Leemon said Yayo is on federal supervised release until May, that he completed New York State parole in December on gun-possession charges and that no one has formally contacted him about speaking to the rapper about the murder.