The Staten Island home belonging to G-Unit's rapper Tony Yayo's road manager was sprayed with bullets and hit with a Molotov cocktail early Tuesday morning. (Why is the rap industry so violent? Maybe it’s because it involves people who are criminals by nature!)Multiple bullets holes were found in Barja Walter's house, his Chevy and another house close by. According to neighbors, this isn't the first time a gunman has targeted the G-Unit associate. Barja Walter, an ex-con who did a bid at Sing Sing for robbery and weapons possession, lives at the house on Tappan Court with his girlfriend and three children, none of whom were injured in the 4:45 a.m. attack. Barja needs to relocate!