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The Suge Knight Chronicles Part 1: The real story behind the Dr. Dre & Lloyd Banks beef

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 The Suge Knight Chronicles Part 1: The real story behind the Dr. Dre & Lloyd Banks beef
 08-19-2011, 09:53 PMaway - #21
Flatbush85 50 heat pts50

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Im reading the #### and it just sounds like someone whos making it up as they go.
 08-19-2011, 10:24 PMaway - #22
The N 202 heat pts202

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Banks wanted to be Game, that's all got from that
 08-19-2011, 11:07 PMaway - #23
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g-unit aint ####in with dre no more.

dre always ####s up all his relationships. except for em.
 08-20-2011, 03:32 AMaway - #24
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Originally Posted by Blacknitro
Dre didn't give him no beats bcuz he knew he was a boring a$s punchline rapper with no appeal outside of New York.

His first album sold decent off the strength of his alliance with 50, not to mention his biggest hit from that album featured....50. LOL. Dre already knew this guy was mediocre so he wasn't tryna waste his ####.
wrong

Banks had a HUGE buzz and was mixtape artist of the year 2 years in a row. Compared to Game who was on Aftermath for years and no one cared. If Game wasnt from compton, Lloyd Banks would have his career right now.

Even the whiteboy Eminem has always said banks was one of his favorite rappers, how come Em always does songs with Banks but never Game hmmm....
 08-20-2011, 04:45 AMaway - #25
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Originally Posted by Blacknitro
Dre didn't give him no beats bcuz he knew he was a boring a$s punchline rapper with no appeal outside of New York.

His first album sold decent off the strength of his alliance with 50, not to mention his biggest hit from that album featured....50. LOL. Dre already knew this guy was mediocre so he wasn't tryna waste his ####.
didnt all of games singles, except dreams, from his first album feature.......50?

game is the quintessential example of an industry rapper
 
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