Where Are They Now: The Fall Off of G-Unit

50 Cent steamrolled his way to success in the early 2000’s when he alongside his army of militants dropped banger after banger. G-Unit’s reign was undeniable. 50 Cent, Lloyd Banks, Young Buck, and The Game, all went platinum on their first try, while Tony Yayo finished at a solid 700,000 copies sold. G-Unit was gangsta rap personified and they instilled fear into many groups and labels because of their success. Even though they were running things in the 2000’s, their momentum seized and the group collapsed momentarily. With a reboot and a new member in Kidd Kidd, G-Unit 2.0 is back. Let’s take a look at the original cast and see how their roster shaped up since its inception.


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Where Are They Now: G-Unit


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