Lloyd Banks 'Over' His Beef With The Game
The G-Unit man has moved on...
Game was kicked out of the hip-hop crew five years ago, but Banks feels that now his own solo career has progressed, his beef with The Game is no longer important.
He told VladTV: "I mean, G-Unit is intact. At the end of the day, man, Game, he knows. He knows the history the same way we do. We all know what was said, the actions that were took. Some things you don'g get passed, you know what I'm saying?
"At this point on, I'm really not concerned with it. I'm just pushing what Banks gotta do, getting my brand going. I mean, if everything's gravy, you wouldn't hear those possibilities come up. If everything was going on, and platinum albums and selling them on their own and all that sh*t, the last thing you would hear is a peace treaty.
He added: “It's only so long you can stand off the hype of somebody else. That's like the whole thing when everybody was saying G-Unit this, G-Unit that, G-Unit ain't relevant. How the f*ck does somebody tell you that. You're not supposed to hear that. If you heard that I'm not relevant, that means I'm well, live, relevant. They're talking about me."