Who got the juice?
Though Tupac died over two decades ago, he will forever be immortalized through the stories his friends tell about him. Juice star Khalil Kain is coming through with a new one, sharing a thing or two about the “Dear Mama” rapper’s time on the set of Juice.
Before telling the story, Kain explained that Tupac was the type to give love to everyone, ignoring the fact that “you can’t help everybody.”
The Wrong One
“Everybody’s not your brother,” he explained. “But Pac felt that way. He was like, you know, ‘If I have five dollars, I’m giving away two dollars. I’m grabbing this young dude and putting him up on game. I’m gonna hug this cat that I see on the corner and see what’s up with him.'”
“He invited the wrong kid into the trailer to hang out, and the kid stole some jewelry and got his a** beat, got stomped out. You know, those are the rules,” Kain said.
The incident happened after Kain had been “shot and killed off” the movie. However, since the ordeal happened on a day that he was visiting the set with a female friend, Kain got to witness it.
In other recent Tupac news, the artist’s original liner notes from his fifth studio album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory were released. Real Tupac fans are familiar with the published notes: “WAR TIME! Worldwide, Nationwide, Citywide, Real Ni**az Do Real Things.”
However, that wasn’t Pac’s first draft. According to Gotta Have Rock and Roll — the online auction website that was selling the “creditz” — the note released with the posthumously dropped album in 1996 is a part of a much longer version.
“I dedicate this 2 Jack “the Snitch” Agnant for ordering the hit, 2 Tut for shootin me, 2 Puffy, Big, Stretch, Lil Shawn, Jimmy henchman & whoever else remained silent while quietly conspiring my downfall, I thank u,” Tupac started. He goes on to thank “Soon as I Get Home” singer Faith Evans “for the greatest weapon ever,” citing her “low self esteem & beat up pu**y,” before thanking Wendy Williams — who was working as a radio host at the time — for “being a fat b**ch.”
“Thanks 2 Mobb Deep 4 opening your mouth & letting me squash ya No Recond Selling a**es 2 dust,” Tupac continues. He then sarcastically thanks Dr. Dre, De la Soul, Donnie Simpson “& all the comedians who laughed when I bled,” Jay Z and Lil Kim.
Signed Makaveli, the letter ends with, “Now it’s time 2 c whose watchin 2 many movies & whose ready 2 get they cash on 4 real” and “Real Ni**az Do Real Thingz.”
In the past, Tupac’s belongings have done well at the auction block. In October of last year, a luxury car dealer called Celebrity Cars Las Vegas sold the BMW that Tupac was riding in when he was murdered on the Las Vegas strip. The company set the bullet-riddled 7-series up for sale on eBay, where they asked $1.5 million for it.
“This is the actual car that Tupac Shakur was shot while riding in after a Fight at the MGM in Las Vegas. It was driven by Suge Knight and originally leased by Death Row Records,” Celebrity Cars wrote in the ad. “There is a small indentation where we believe one of the bullet holes was but it is hard to tell. Other than that it is fully restored. The photo of the bullet holes is just for reference. The wheels have been replaced with the same wheels that it had at the time of the shooting.”
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