Just like his boss 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks has never been one to bite his tongue. The Queens native recently admitted his loathing for verses spit by the likes of rappers Shyne and Game.
“Shyne, he’s number one,” Banks said in a recent interview on AListRadio.net’s “I Am the Now” show. Though the rapper could not recall the name of Shyne’s song “Belize,” which features posthumous verses from the Notorious B.I.G. and Bob Marley, he did hint that the track was the basis of his ill feelings toward the former Bad Boy affiliate’s rhyming game.
“He disrespected Biggie Smalls, man,” he continued. “This record is the worst record. Like [the movie] Paranormal Activity, wack.”
The G-Unit member, whose third solo album H.F.M. 2 (Hunger for More 2) is set for release November 23, also went on to name a track from Compton representer Game, which showcased his less than stellar lyrical abilities. “I think Game’s ‘Shake,’ that record was like super wack,” he admitted.