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Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« on: May 02, 2006, 09:46:13 AM »
Well Iwas sent this by a friend who frequently visits blackwallstreet forum and he maybe got it off there.I think it's just rumours and speculation but It's interesting.


Lloyd Banks Vs Dr. Dre

This all started when Banks was at Dre's Encore Studio's in California recording "Poppin Them Thangs" and "G'd Up". Banks was getting ready for his debut album "Hunger for more". Dre had approached Banks with some beats but Banks had declined. Dre was now offically not producing for "Hunger for more". To further this Beef, Banks feels he was forced to put Game on a track due to Dre's influence at Interscope and G-unit Records. Banks also felt that he did not have to defend Dre at the vibe awards. Banks does not have good feelings toward Dr. Dre right now, and apparently a diss track has been recorded and will be released with his next album. Jimmy Iovine, 50 Cent and Others are trying to squash this beef before it went public but those attempts failed as we now know about the beef.

Eminem Vs Young Buck

This was not really a beef until Eminem refused to work with Young Buck on "Straight Outta Cashville". Young Buck had approached Eminem and asked him to produce a few tracks, Eminem vividly declined and stated that he didn't like Young Buck's Dirty South rapping style. Young Buck was visibly upset as he wished to work with Eminem. This still didn't phase Young Buck, as he mentioned Eminem on "Let Me In". Eminem is not scheduled to produce on Young Buck's next album. Dr. Dre and 50 Cent have tried to convince Eminem of Buck's talent, yet Eminem still declines producing for Young Buck.

Eminem Vs Game

Game has been sinced to Aftermath since Late 2002. Eminem had mentioned all of the Shady/Aftermath/G-unit members in countless songs, but he failed to mention Game. Apparently, Dr. Dre did not tell Eminem that he had signed Game until Dre had put Game into G-unit. Eminem felt "jealous" as he knew Dre would have his full attention on Game due to the fact that he is from Dre's hometown of compton and is the next big west coast artist. Dr. Dre asked Eminem to produce a few tracks for "NWA: Volume 1" (Dre asked Em to do this in Early 2004, Which is why the album name is "NWA:Vol 1". They didn't change it to the Documentary until July 2004). Em had decided to produce a few tracks, and he even appears on an unreleased track (Dr. Dre Ft Eminem, Game and Nate Dogg, Which was a rumoured Detox Track) with game even though there was still a little bit of tension. Game and Em had been in 54 Sound (Detroit) and had recorded 5 Tracks. Game apparently started spreading rumours about Eminem and had gave his friends the unreleased tracks that Em and Game had recorded. When Em found this out, he informed Dre and got his approval to Erase all but one track, which is "We Aint", as you heard on the Documentary. This beef has not yet been resolved.

50 Cent Vs Game

Everyone knows the whole story about this beef. Dre has alot of power at interscope and he put Game in G-unit. Banks didn't like this and neither did Sha Money XL and Buck had some distaste for it. This led to tension, and when Game didn't beef with the artists 50 started a beef with...You know the rest. This beef is supposed to be stopped, but not yet squashed.

Olivia Vs Eve

This beef is not known but it does exist. Olivia had been in the studio with Dre, and Dre had apparently produced one track for her album "Behind Closed Doors". Olivia had wanted more tracks and tried to contact Dr. Dre for more time to record, but Dre at the time, was busy with Eve and Busta Rhymes. Eve called Olivia and asked her to collaborate, in an effort to ease tension, but Olivia refused and started to cuss her out. When Olivia and 50 Cent went down to record an unknown and unreleased track with Dr. Dre, Eve was in the studio and a Cat fight ensued. Eve and Olivia had to get pulled off of each other and are not allowed in the studio at the same time anymore. This beef has not yet been resolved.

50 Cent Vs Dr. Dre

50 Cent is mad at the fact that Dr. Dre is producing and mixing Game's album, and that Dre had secured a release date with Jimmy Iovine for this year. Dre had told numerous radio stations that Dre would not be producing for Game, and that Dre had to pick sides or a beef between Dre and 50 would occur. Dre had responded and said that he didn't give a sh*t about what 50 said and proceeded to work with Game anyways. 50 Cent had been upset and tried to get his album released in July. This will not happen as Stat Quo is set to be released in July. Followed by "2nd Rounds on me" by Obie Trice and "Detox" by Dr. Dre. 50 has expressed his concern and will be releasing two more albums before leaving Shady/Aftermath. Apparently, he is upset with Em for not trying to convince Dre to side with 50. Dre and 50 aren't talking and 50 cent said he hoped Dre would produce on his next album.
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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #1 on: May 02, 2006, 09:58:37 AM »
Well Iwas sent this by a friend who frequently visits blackwallstreet forum and he maybe got it off there.I think it's just rumours and speculation but It's interesting.


Interesting if U like gossipin' like a bitch (no offence)... :)

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #2 on: May 02, 2006, 10:08:47 AM »



Eminem Vs Game

Game has been sinced to Aftermath since Late 2002. Eminem had mentioned all of the Shady/Aftermath/G-unit members in countless songs, but he failed to mention Game. Apparently, Dr. Dre did not tell Eminem that he had signed Game until Dre had put Game into G-unit. Eminem felt "jealous" as he knew Dre would have his full attention on Game due to the fact that he is from Dre's hometown of compton and is the next big west coast artist. Dr. Dre asked Eminem to produce a few tracks for "NWA: Volume 1" (Dre asked Em to do this in Early 2004, Which is why the album name is "NWA:Vol 1". They didn't change it to the Documentary until July 2004). Em had decided to produce a few tracks, and he even appears on an unreleased track (Dr. Dre Ft Eminem, Game and Nate Dogg, Which was a rumoured Detox Track) with game even though there was still a little bit of tension. Game and Em had been in 54 Sound (Detroit) and had recorded 5 Tracks. Game apparently started spreading rumours about Eminem and had gave his friends the unreleased tracks that Em and Game had recorded. When Em found this out, he informed Dre and got his approval to Erase all but one track, which is "We Aint", as you heard on the Documentary. This beef has not yet been resolved.


I'm sure they're all bullshit, but this HAS to be bullshit,
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #3 on: May 02, 2006, 10:13:55 AM »
Banks turned down Dre-beats, Eminem said he doesn't like Young Buck style, Dre tried to convince Em that Buck is dope - sounds weird, probably made up.  :D

 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #4 on: May 02, 2006, 10:19:42 AM »
Lloyd Banks Vs Dr. Dre

This all started when Banks was at Dre's Encore Studio's in California recording "Poppin Them Thangs" and "G'd Up". Banks was getting ready for his debut album "Hunger for more". Dre had approached Banks with some beats but Banks had declined. Dre was now offically not producing for "Hunger for more". To further this Beef, Banks feels he was forced to put Game on a track due to Dre's influence at Interscope and G-unit Records. Banks also felt that he did not have to defend Dre at the vibe awards. Banks does not have good feelings toward Dr. Dre right now, and apparently a diss track has been recorded and will be released with his next album. Jimmy Iovine, 50 Cent and Others are trying to squash this beef before it went public but those attempts failed as we now know about the beef.

We're supposed to believe that? Banks can't release anything without Jimmy's consent. :)
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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #5 on: May 02, 2006, 10:21:55 AM »

Lloyd Banks Vs Dr. Dre

This all started when Banks was at Dre's Encore Studio's in California recording "Poppin Them Thangs" and "G'd Up". Banks was getting ready for his debut album "Hunger for more". Dre had approached Banks with some beats but Banks had declined. Dre was now offically not producing for "Hunger for more". To further this Beef, Banks feels he was forced to put Game on a track due to Dre's influence at Interscope and G-unit Records. Banks also felt that he did not have to defend Dre at the vibe awards. Banks does not have good feelings toward Dr. Dre right now, and apparently a diss track has been recorded and will be released with his next album. Jimmy Iovine, 50 Cent and Others are trying to squash this beef before it went public but those attempts failed as we now know about the beef.



riiiiight.

banks turned town beats from the best producer alive and started beefing with the most influencial peerson to hip hop because he had to do a song with game.

that sounds reasonable

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #6 on: May 02, 2006, 10:42:57 AM »
With the possible exception of the 50 vs. Dre beef (and of course, the 50/Game beef we already know), all of these are obviously bullshit.  LMAO off at the cat fight shit between Olivia and Eve, and at Eminem rejecting Buck because he's a Dirty South rapper (so is Stat Quo, and Em discovered and signed him).

Dre has alot of power at interscope and he put Game in G-unit.

I thought that was Jimmy Iovine's idea?
 

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« Reply #7 on: May 02, 2006, 10:48:07 AM »
dude, that was so stupid. the article pretty much implied that everyone in aftermath was beefing with each other which is a load of shit.
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #8 on: May 02, 2006, 11:50:55 AM »
With the possible exception of the 50 vs. Dre beef (and of course, the 50/Game beef we already know), all of these are obviously bullshit. 






Lloyd Banks Vs Dr. Dre
I read these words and knew these rumours were going to be some serious bullshit.
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #9 on: May 02, 2006, 12:11:36 PM »
If any of this was true do u really think that Aftermath/Shady etc. wud still be able 2 exist?

Every artist beefin with each other, and u cant even say that theyre just holdin it 2gether cos they makin money, cos there is no way that u can hold sumfin 2gether if that many ppl r beefin, no way.
I will believe Detox when I hear a single for it and have the album in my hands.
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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #10 on: May 02, 2006, 12:15:13 PM »
Eminem Vs Young Buck

This was not really a beef until Eminem refused to work with Young Buck on "Straight Outta Cashville". Young Buck had approached Eminem and asked him to produce a few tracks, Eminem vividly declined and stated that he didn't like Young Buck's Dirty South rapping style. Young Buck was visibly upset as he wished to work with Eminem. This still didn't phase Young Buck, as he mentioned Eminem on "Let Me In". Eminem is not scheduled to produce on Young Buck's next album. Dr. Dre and 50 Cent have tried to convince Eminem of Buck's talent, yet Eminem still declines producing for Young Buck.

That makes Young Buck seeming to idolize Shady. Interesting.
 

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« Reply #11 on: May 02, 2006, 02:28:53 PM »

Olivia Vs Eve

Olivia refused and started to cuss her out. When Olivia and 50 Cent went down to record an unknown and unreleased track with Dr. Dre, Eve was in the studio and a Cat fight ensued. Eve and Olivia had to get pulled off of each other and are not allowed in the studio at the same time anymore. This beef has not yet been resolved.


Cat fight? you know this is some bool-shit. I wonder if Oliver/Jimmy(Olivia) slapped Eve with his/her dick.   :D
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #12 on: May 02, 2006, 11:55:43 PM »
whoever wrote that has waaay too much free time
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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #13 on: May 03, 2006, 12:25:07 AM »
With the possible exception of the 50 vs. Dre beef (and of course, the 50/Game beef we already know), all of these are obviously bullshit. LMAO off at the cat fight shit between Olivia and Eve, and at Eminem rejecting Buck because he's a Dirty South rapper (so is Stat Quo, and Em discovered and signed him).

Dre has alot of power at interscope and he put Game in G-unit.

I thought that was Jimmy Iovine's idea?
it was jimmy's idea.... Dre actually wanted Game to go solo... but jimmy iovine INSISTED to have game join G-UNIT...
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #14 on: May 03, 2006, 02:16:53 AM »
this gotta be bullshit. And the Game vs. 50 cent beef is included to make it look more credible.
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #15 on: May 03, 2006, 08:11:51 AM »
the most obvious friction is between dre and busta against 50.....i aint gonna say beef but no doubt theirs friction......and thats not even included, bullshit article
 

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« Reply #16 on: May 03, 2006, 09:10:15 AM »
dude, that was so stupid. the article pretty much implied that everyone in aftermath was beefing with each other which is a load of shit.
 

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« Reply #17 on: May 03, 2006, 09:29:38 AM »
the most obvious friction is between dre and busta against 50.....i aint gonna say beef but no doubt theirs friction......and thats not even included, bullshit article

Busta ?
 

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« Reply #18 on: May 03, 2006, 09:43:54 AM »
the most obvious friction is between dre and busta against 50.....i aint gonna say beef but no doubt theirs friction......and thats not even included, bullshit article

Busta ?

idd, why the fuck busta? he's down with g-unit aint he?

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« Reply #19 on: May 03, 2006, 10:09:46 AM »
This all started when Banks was at Dre's Encore Studio's in California recording "Poppin Them Thangs" and "G'd Up".

Those songs were recorded at Record One Studios and Can-Am Studios, according to the "Beg For Mercy" booklet. No mention of Encore Studios. Bullshit piece # 1.

Young Buck had approached Eminem and asked him to produce a few tracks, Eminem vividly declined and stated that he didn't like Young Buck's Dirty South rapping style.

Eminem co-produced and mixed the "My Buddy" joint on Beg For Mercy, which features Young Buck on the last verse. While Em didn't work with him on "Cashville", Buck was on the title track to Pac's "Loyal To The Game" album. Again, Buck rode that Eminem beat nicely. Bullshit piece #2.

Olivia refused and started to cuss her out. When Olivia and 50 Cent went down to record an unknown and unreleased track with Dr. Dre, Eve was in the studio and a Cat fight ensued. Eve and Olivia had to get pulled off of each other and are not allowed in the studio at the same time anymore. This beef has not yet been resolved.

No explanation necessary. Let's just call this bullshit piece #3.

Game & 50's beef is well documented, and it's possible that there's been some dissension between 50 & Dre...but everything else doesn't seem accurate at all.

Someone must've been really bored.  ;D



 
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #20 on: May 03, 2006, 10:12:57 AM »
the most obvious friction is between dre and busta against 50.....i aint gonna say beef but no doubt theirs friction......and thats not even included, bullshit article

Busta ?

idd, why the fuck busta? he's down with g-unit aint he?

 :sign_werd: Banks was just on the Touch It Remix

But they could be hatin on each other becuz of the shooting of Israel Ramirez
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #21 on: May 03, 2006, 10:47:00 AM »
God damn, muthafuckas have got way too much free time on their hands when they're coming up with stuff like this... ::)
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #22 on: May 04, 2006, 07:56:12 AM »
the most obvious friction is between dre and busta against 50.....i aint gonna say beef but no doubt theirs friction......and thats not even included, bullshit article

Busta ?

it started more than a minute back, it was back when busta signed with dre near the beginning and 50 was on the radio talking about how busta acts funny and feels jelous around 50 because it took him all these years to get to the status 50 got in such little time, talking about him signing with dre and so on.....and now their was the whole shooting incident and then 50 subliminally claiming blood money and obies next joint is better than big bang, which will most likely shit on both these albums in my opinion........50 just tryna get at dre cuz he dont like it when he aint the attention cat and plus he knows busta gonna be get A GRADE dre beats, 50 aint got shit off dre in a minute....everyone knows those beats from the grodt ost were massacre leftovers, and they were nuttin special either
 

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« Reply #23 on: May 04, 2006, 10:49:19 AM »
Dunno, I remember when they asked 50 if hell be on Big Bang couple of months ago and he said something like "that would be too big cus we both too great" or something liek that. And said that he respects Busta so....
 

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Re: Beef Inside The G-Unit/Shady/Aftermath Camp
« Reply #24 on: May 04, 2006, 11:34:56 AM »
"that would be too big cus we both too great"

LOL