Rick Ross, over the weekend, tried to drag the former G-Unit member into his ongoing rift with 50 Cent. In a video Ross shared on Instagram a few days back, he was listening to Banks’ 2004 hit “I’m So Fly.” Over the clip, Rozay took a shot at Lloyd Banks by questioning his finances.
“Banks, you still got some money?” he asked. “Show us what you livin’ like. If you ain’t got no money, I’ll give you five grand for the Banks name. That might be one of my alias, Danks Sinatra, Dank!”
The Maybach Music Group mogul continued to aim a diss at Banks in the video by suggesting a name fo his next album, Victim of Circumstance, seemingly driven by his relationship with Cent.
Leave Lloyd Banks outta y’all beef @RickRoss
Rozay wants to know if Banks got any money left after G-Unit pic.twitter.com/n0T5x35lnh
— GlockTopickz (@Glock_Topickz) August 28, 2020
Rick Ross has now decided to send shots at Lloyd Banks pic.twitter.com/sQGkLcfCTh
— Quake (@QuakeGW) August 28, 2020
However, Rick Ross may be disappointed to learn that Banks has no intention of being a part of the drama. On Monday, the Queens rapper said he all he wants is peace & love.
“I’ll NEVER join the circus..so don’t expect it from me..peace & love,” Lloyd Banks tweeted.
I’ll NEVER join the circus..so don’t expect it from me..peace & love.
— Lloydbanks (@Lloydbanks) August 31, 2020
Meanwhile, Rick Ross’ comments came after he pulled off 50 Cent in a legal battle. The suit was dated back to 2015 when 50 sued Ross over an unauthorized remix of “In Da Club” on Ross’ Renzel Remixes mixtape. Fif was seeking upwards of $2 million from the MMG boss for using the beat without his permission.
Moreover, a judge dismissed the case earlier last month and ruled that Cent didn’t have the right to personally sue anyone since he didn’t own the copyright to the song.