Speaking to Billboard.biz, Fif said the distance between himself, Lloyd Banks and Tony Yayo wasn't the result of personal animus.
"People grow in different directions," he said. "[They] have different agendas about things they want to do and they're sorting themselves out in that way and I'm focused on things that are important to me right now, but there's a strong possibility there will be a G-Unit [collaboration] with the three of us."
50 was promoting his own upcoming album, Street King Immortal, at the time, which he said was currently his first priority.
"Right now, I'm focused on my solo project," he said.
Street King is Fif's last album under his current Interscope contract and is scheduled to hit stores February 26.
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