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50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, and Tony Yayo took hip hop by storm in the early 2000’s with popular mixtape tracks, and a very open beef with Murder Inc. Records, and more specifically Ja Rule.
While 50 was the face, Lloyd Banks was always considered to be the most lyrical artist in the trio. 15 years after the groups debut album, Banks has decided to go another direction.
50 Cent shared a photo that read “Lloyd Bank$ officially off G-Unit Records.” Then he promoted Bank’s mixtape.
By the looks of it his brand new mixtape is set to be released on July 4!
Check out the message below.