Contrary to what many fans thought, Lloyd Banks is not retiring from the rap game. The former G-Unit artist appeared to have announced his retirement on Friday (March 16) following his long message on Twitter but that wasn’t the case.

“I fell in love with Hip Hop over 25 years ago,” he tweeted. “It was that thing I turned to during good times and bad..just wanna say thank you to the artist B4 me that inspired me..and send my appreciation to everyone that supported me till this day THANK YOU!! With that being said..I think it’s time to lay it down.”

Following his rant, many fans thought he was announcing his retirement and started sending him appreciation tweets for his contributions to hip-hop. But hours later, Banks posted on his Twitter a 2007 video of wrestling legend Ric Flair announcing that he's "not retiring."

But, of course, 50 Cent saw it as an opportunity to troll his former G-Unit soldier. The rap mogul shared a photo of a man relaxing next to a bottle of wine and the words, “Lloyd Banks Be Like Retirement...I be like, I got shit to do #power.”

Fif then added in the comment section, “Damn Blood what about da Gang LOL.”

But 50 wasn't done just yet.

The New York rhymer went on his Instagram page and posted a video of a Donald Trump impersonator smacking a stripper's butt in the club. "Only in America baby, TRUMP going to LUST tonight for Banks retirement party. We lit. LOL," he wrote in the caption.

Well, at least Lloyd Banks is not retiring from music. Check out 50 Cent's trolling below.

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