50 Cent continues to field questions about his relationship with longtime G-Unit member Lloyd Banks.
During recent interviews, the hip-hop mogul said that he’s allowing Banks to “develop” his own career. But in a chat with Los Angeles’ Power 106 radio station, he gave listeners further information about the situation with Lloyd Banks.
Fif revealed that he actually hasn’t spoken to the rapper for nine months, but clarified that Banks sometimes has moments when he goes into seclusion and communicates with very few people.
“He goes through these things where he goes and there’s no communication and then he goes off and he does what he want,” Fif explained. “And because I want them to be individuals and operate on they own, away from me, I’m fine with it.
“I’ll tell his lawyers ’cause his lawyers tell me and I tell them to make sure that he does things. His way of dealing with things is not dealing with it.”
50 continued, explaining that Banks previously disappeared when his father passed away, so he’s not surprised.
“This is the second time that this has happened. Banks tucked away for almost a year after his father passed,” he said.
Is this the end of the trio (Banks, Tony Yayo and 50) together, on stage? He says they’ll reunite one day.
“When the stars line up, it’ll be all good,” said 50.