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Lloyd Banks Reunites With Game, G-Unit Reacts

50 Cent calls the photo "confusion."

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

UPDATE: Game has responded to 50's reaction.

It was a photo that caused quite the stir.

Hip-hop fans nearly gasped in unison last night (February 17), after Game posted an Instagram photo of himself with Lloyd Banks.

The post generated plenty of talk, considering it features Game, a former G-Unit signee who has been beefing with 50 Cent for almost a decade, alongside Banks, a current and longtime member of the Unit. This left many wondering whether or not it was sign that fans saw the snapshot as a hint toward a possible G-Unit reunion.

Young Buck commented and congratulated Game's management on bringing the two sides together. But G-Unit head honcho 50 Cent had other things to say.

In an Instagram post that has since taken down, 50 wrote:

"What do you see when you look at this picture? I see confusion,I'm not sure if it's just me, I'm a Cancer sh-t don't get old with me. I never ask for trouble but I really don't have a problem with it I'm different. The question isn't how I feel about it, but how does ( Lodi Mac ) feel about it? Some sh*t is just better off left alone. #EFFENVODKA #FRIGO #SMSAUDIO"

Lodi Mack, born Lowell Fletcher, was a G-Unit affiliate killed in 2009. Fletcher was reportedly involved in a 2007 assault on James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond's son and was sentenced to nine months in prison. Henchman formerly served as Game's manager. About two weeks after being released from prison, Fletcher was shot and killed in the Bronx. In 2012, Rosemond was charged with ordering the hit.

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