D-Block recently spoke on moving past prior rap beefs with 50 Cent and Jay-Z plus sparked early talks of a possible G-Unit tour collaboration.
While a tour has yet to be announced or confirmed, Sheek Louch spoke on his camp’s resistance to engage in rap beefs today.
“I would love to do a tour with the whole G-Unit,” Sheek said in an interview. “I was at Shady Records the other day and we were saying, it’s all good everybody’s cool now. I ain’t got no problems with nobody in 50’s camp, not one artist over there. None of Dipset, none of Jay-Z’s people, none of Terror Squad. Real talk, right now we chillin’. Trying to get this bread, lovin’ all the new artists that’s coming out for the most part and we good. I would love to do a big tour. Imagine back then instead of beefing with Hov, we done did it with everybody, you name it. Instead of beefing with Hov, imagine we did a big a** tour with Dipset, us, everybody, the whole camp. It’d be sick, big money.” (This Is 50)
Jadakiss previously spoke on how he resolved his camp’s beef with 50.
“You gotta give Rob E Rob the credit, he got me and big homie on the phone,” Jada explained in a past interview. “It wasn’t no real beef anyway. That was just one of his musical tools on that Massacre album to make sure he did those numbers outta the gate, he had to come holla at the kid. I made a lot of money too from shows and what not, but it was good for a minute. I’m sure in the future you will see Jada and 50, Lox and G-Unit. Anything that can make money as long as it’s beneficial for both parties and it’s good for the hood, we’ll do it.” (YouTube)
With songs going at 50 like “Sorry Ms. Jackson,” Jada previously said 50’s lyrics could not survive in a rap battle around 2005.
“He’s not lyrical,” Jadakiss said of 50 in a March 2005 interview. “He makes good songs but he’s not a better lyricist than me. Put all the money, the units, put everything behind us, plus the good old-fashioned lyrics and an instrumental, and I’ll wear him out. You know that. The whole world knows that. I know and I’m humble.” (MTV News)
Sheek also spoke on why he no longer has beef with former D-Block member J-Hood.
“Last time somebody had called me, he got knocked out on stage in Connecticut,” Sheek explained in an interview earlier this year. “I done got e-mails saying let’s piece this sh*t up, let’s do this and that, fam, we not thinkin’ about you…We heard your diss records, we heard you for months and years straight about it, we really don’t care about your diss records…I guarantee the people in his camp are saying, ‘D*mn, we dissed him, now what do we do?’ Where’s these records? You gotta come now. Even the 50 Cent sh*t, when we was going at 50, it’s over…I loved him as a brother but it’s over. He crossed that line and now I don’t care about him. I will never work with him.” (Hip Hop Beef)
Check out D-Block’s interview below: