Long-time G-Unit member Lloyd Banks recently spoke about the importance of loyalty in his crew, led by 50 Cent. Banks admits that G-Unit is on more peaceful terms now but says there has always been a strong bond between himself, 50 Cent and Tony Yayo.
"I don't think that G-Unit turned over a new leaf, I just think that some things get exhausted," Banks explained. "I think it was exciting in the beginning to see the competitive nature come out. Hip-hop is a competitive sport. We were so aggressive and coming from the street, and we grew up together, so it was more expected of us to take more things personal. If you say something about Yayo, you might as well throw me in the mix because that's more than just my rap partner–we grew up together." (BET)