not in terms of sales....
styles got pushed back...flopped..and then dropped from the label..you think that's winning?
these aren't beefs or wars, just a bunch of rap battles waiting to happen.
D-Block vs. G-Unit battle went down in the streets, that sh*t ain't reach out to much of the suburbs, and it's the suburban kids that buy these albums, not the people in the streets. these disses were kept on mixtapes, which you'll mostly find in the streets. what happened with Styles was inevitable, whether the G-Unit vs. D-Block thing was going down or not.
but as far as lyrical slaughter goes, yeah... D-Block annihilated.