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All good things come to an end, and in the world of music that can translate in the form of long-lasting relationships built between artists that perform together – from dynamic duos to a group of talented individuals.

DETAILS: OH HELL NO! LMFAO Are Calling It Quits!

Recently, it was presumed that “Party Rockers” LMFAO were calling it quits after Redfoo told an Australian news outlet:

“I feel like we’ve been doing this for so long, five or six years, and we’re kind of like saying, well, let’s just do what’s natural and just kind of explore that, instead of like forcing it all the time.”

But the statement wasn’t meant to be a final goodbye. More of a “see you guys later,” as a twosome. Redfoo and SkyBlu are taking a hiatus from one another to focus on their own separate projects.

But even though LMFAO’s momentary breakup isn’t rooted in animosity, just moving in “different directions,” other groups have definitely met their hiatus – indefinite or not – at the hands of bad blood.

A prime example of this would have to be Mobb Deep, a rift that was exposed via a string of tweets from Havoc throwing shots at his longtime partner in rhyme, Prodigy.

VIDEO: Hallelujah! Havoc Admits To Sending Those Tweets Dissing Prodigy!

Who knows if they’ll ever make music together again? It’s likely they won’t.

And that’s a terrible thing, a terrible breakup! But terrible breakups aren’t just designated to hip-hop or hip-pop with LMFAO.

Incredibly dope groups going their separate ways has been present since the English rock band The Beatles dismantled in 1970.

That being said, GlobalGrind decided to compile a list of the most terrible music breakups that just broke us up a little inside.

Check them out below.

Mobb Deep‘s breakup played out on Twitter when Havoc fired shots at his homie Progidy, but initially denied sending tweets, claiming his phone was stolen. He later admitted to it.

The Diplomats had rifts within the group that altered the whole dynamic of Dipset. Jim Jones started Brydgang, Juelz Santana started Skull Gang, and Cam’ron started a group called the U.N. (Us Now) and Dipset West. They have currently reconciled.

Jay-Z and Dame Dash were like the Batman and Robin of hip-hop music at one point. Sure, Dame didn’t rap, but you couldn’t say Jay without saying Dame. They were synonymous with one another. The duo’s breakup meant the end of Roc-A-Fella Records.

50 Cent and The Game made a powerful one-two punch. Even though Game was part of Fifty’s G-Unit collective, it was the joints these guys made as a duo that got the hip-hop world excited.

Though the Fugees‘ breakup has often been speculated upon, Wyclef Jean recently admitted that his affair with Lauryn Hill was responsible for the group’s departure.

Blink 182 issued a press statement announcing their “indefinite hiatus” because of arguments regarding their future and the whole recording process.

Fall Out Boy had their fall out because of bassist and lyricist Pete Wentz, who felt like his name and marriage to Ashlee Simpson was a hindrance to the band.

NWA‘s collapse had to do with allegations of Eazy-E signing away their contracts.

The Fat Boys didn’t leave on bad terms, but their breakup will be forever remembered because of Jay-Z’s “Heart Of The City.” Prince Markie Dee left the group to pursue solo interests and the remaining two members, Kool Rock Ski and Buff Love, carried on as a duo and released Mack Daddy, but shortly thereafter, the group disbanded.

The Beatles grew apart, but it is widely believed John Lennon’s wife, Yoko Ono, had a major part to do with the iconic group coming to an end.