After The Infamous made them hip hop heavyweights, Mobb Deep continued to drop great albums over their two-decade career, including Hell on Earth and Murda Musik. Their legacy was put on hold in 2008 when Prodigy served a three-year bid for weapons possession, but they returned with the Black Cocaine EP in 2011. In 2012, their legendary career took a bizarre turn when Havoc's Twitter page was inundated with a series of messages deriding Prodigy, accusing him of engaging in homosexual relations and threatening him physically. Hav blamed the inflammatory tweets on a lost cellphone, but many critics — and audio of a leaked phone call — cast doubt on his story. He later fessed up to writing the tweets. But Prodigy and Hav say that's all water under the bridge now as they reunited in March 2013 to perform on the Paid Dues tour. The Mobb has been back together since and dropped their eighth studio album, The Infamous...Mobb Deep, earlier this month.