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 last year, and are reportedly following it up with a full-length in 2012. However, their legendary career recently took a bizarre turn last year 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 — have 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: In March, they reunited to perform together on the Paid Dues tour.