"@REALhiphoporgohome Yeah man I respect all of those artist cause they really appreciate the art form. And they never disappoint. I kinda agree with you on Em but I think he had an legitimate excuse on why his music suffered. The drugs death of proof…"
"@Nsc Im not trying to knock 50 for doing movies. I understand its about money. So get it by any by means but hes talking about the actual G Unit music brand. I was basically saying that he just needs to step off the movie scene when hes doing music…"
"And far as Banks goes musically I cant say hes lazy and neither can anybody else. Since 08 hes dropped Return of the PLK, Holloween Havoc, Cold Corner, 4/30/09-Reborn, V5, HFM2, Cold Corner 2, V6,and hes collabed with tons of people on his songs and…"
"I cant believe yall feeling sorry for this n****. Banks and Yay are not the downfall of g unit. The real downfall of G Unit was CANDY SHOP. After he dropped that everybody started losing interest in 50 Cent then Ultimately G Unit. The whole group…"
"And truth be told all mommas aint that rock that you can lean on no matter what. Lets remember that theres women still throwing babies in dumpsters. Theres still women who walk out on their kidz. We all remember the woman who drowned her kidz in the…"
"To be honest depending on the situation i wouldnt bail my moms out either. Hes worth 18 million so apparently shes done something f***** up to where he doesnt even wanna come off 25 racks. And shes basically saying that if she dont get the money…"
"J-ROC you got your albums mixed up. Beg for Mercy was the first G UNIT album which was the s*** n****! The one you talkin bout is Curtis. And you right it was pretty bad. F****** Love 50 but his music is just not hitting no more. Ever album after…"
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