Hip Hop Vibe Staff Writer
Many people credit Lloyd Banks as the realest G-Unit family member. Through all the beefs and all the members who left the crew, he has always said what was on his mind. When the group first went public, they included Game and Young Buck.
In 2005, at the peak of their popularity, Game revealed his deep hatred for 50 Cent. Three years later, Young Buck left the group with a similar statement. Ever since being ousted from the crew, both rappers have gone back and forth.
Recently, both Game and Young Buck said they would not mind returning to G-Unit Records. 50 Cent, who has taken a break from beef, will no longer respond to them. But, there has not been any kind of vow from Lloyd Banks.
While he will not come out and diss anyone, Lloyd Banks said he will do all he can to defend himself. After hearing his former label-mates trying to make peace, Banks does not buy it. He said with all the trash they have talked and all the side-swapping, there is no chance they will be back. In 2007, Game formed an alliance with Ja Rule and Irv Gotti. In 2008, Young Buck attended a party with Ja Rule.
Banks said it would be more beneficial to Game and Buck for a return, but it would not do much to boost the G-Unit crew. Currently, Game is still waiting to release The R.E.D. Album and Young Buck is trying to sue G-Unit Records. 50 Cent has publicly stated he wants a meeting with Young Buck, but he never wants to share a track with him again.