G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks is making headlines this week after reportedly getting into an altercation with security guards during an overseas performance.
Footage from the Punchline King’s Hungary weekend show has landed online.
The G-Unit’s Lloyd Banks is always overseas making concerts and shows, he is loved by his crazy fans everywhere in the world, also in Europe very much. He made a concert last night in the capital city of Hungary, Budapest at OSG (Offline Sport Games) where he enjoyed the fans with his great performance by himself. The P.L.K got nervous by the security guards and pushed them away from the stage, because he wanted to go close to his crazy fans, and the security was there to stop the fans for being close to him. (This Is 50)
Lloyd Banks really put himself into danger in this video…
Lloyd Banks recently cited a lack of communication for putting distance between himself and group leader 50 Cent.
“Me and 50 wasn’t talking for a while,” Banks said in an interview. “It was a lack of communication on both our parts. I don’t know what to chalk it up to. We been doing this for a long time. Over ten years. Went from being in a condo just planning over what we wanted to happen and to watch it play out…It wasn’t just me and 50. It was points me and Buck didn’t talk.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
The Unit’s Tony Yayo also explained what tore him away from the Unit head.
“G-Unit is the gift and the curse,” Yayo said in the interview. “I got emotional one day. You know I’m gonna tell the truth. [laughs] I got light-skinned on y’all. I got emotional and said, ’50 don’t rock with us,’ you know what I’m saying? I was going through a lot. But you see, the media took what I said — and blew it up. Everybody started running with it and got crazy with it. That’s all that was.” (“The Breakfast Club”)
According to the “Talk of New York,” ex-member Game’s past association to incarcerated Unit rival James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond eliminates the possibility of a reunion.
“I just feel like with the Game thing it’s like y’all know what it is. He was messing with Jimmy Henchman. It’s deeper than rap. Y’all keep asking that dumb question when his OG’s had FEDS knocking at my door. It’s like the industry, y’all don’t get it, ’cause it’s the streets. Y’all don’t get it. It’s deeper than that. Just Google it and you’ll figure it out. Let me explain something to you. My views of the industry is there’s a lot of snakes in it. Game was a snake that won. It was perfect timing for him. G-Unit was blowing, understand, 50 was in the studio with Dre. He was in the little studio. Me and [Lloyd] Banks were in the studio were in the big studio.” (Hot 97)