- The rapper said he had no idea why Lloyd Banks, a former close friend, no longer talks to him
- According to the rapper, he no longer cares about what goes on in Banks's life and that of his son Marquise Jackson
- The businessman added that Marquise and Banks have the same behaviours and can therefore be lumped in the same group of haters
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Days after calling it quits with his eldest, lookalike son Marquise Jackson, US rapper 50 Cent has cut links with another close confidant.
The rapper said he and former G-Unit member Lloyd Banks cannot be referred as friends any longer as they do not talk or relate.
In a video making rounds on Instagram, the chap who was once shot nine times he views his former friend as a resentful person who holds bitterness against him.
He even compared Banks to Marquise and admitted he was not able to pin point why the two of them cannot talk together without beefing.
“He cannot even tell you at any point when you speak to him where the problem is. I put him like where I put Marquise,” the rapper said.
According to 50, both his son and Banks have problems they fighting internally and have attempted to project their issues on him.
The unfiltered artist and businessman said he does not care anymore about Banks and his estranged son.
“There is something internally going on with them which gives them some sort of resentment against me. I just do not even care about what is going on,” the rapper added.
In the past, word had it Banks and 50 parted ways after the latter reacted heartlessly to the death of Banks’s dad.
That irked Banks and forced him to walk away from their group G-Unit and dump the friendship he and 50 had developed over the years.
A few days back, 50 went on social media to say he does not consider Marquise as his flesh and blood.
The rap veteran referred to the guy as his mother’s son and maintained he wanted nothing to do with him.
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