Hip-Hop's Top 10 Most Infamous Breakups
The Fugees sophomore album, The Score, sold six million units in the US alone. This meant Lauryn Hill, Wyclef Jean and Pras could go in a studio and basically fart over some instrumentals and they would get paid. But, the turmoil within the trio was so toxic (Clef allegedly cheated on his wife with Lauryn, Ms. Hill wanted to do her own thing, Pras wanted to keep rhyming, etc.) that despite a few glimmers of hope of a reunion, the group is pretty much "not meant to be."