Back in 1996, nobody would have thought that a toy company would own Death Row records. Yes, that Death Row records the same Death Row records that Makaveli The Killuminati was released on. Multiple sources report Hasbro toy company has purchased the record company after buying Entertainment One which took ownership of the bankrupt label back in 2013.
Hasbro CEO released a statement on the purchase.
“The acquisition of eOne adds beloved story-led global family brands that deliver strong operating returns to Hasbro’s portfolio and provides a pipeline of new brand creation driven by family-oriented storytelling,” he said.
How sad is this for Hip-Hop?
Just thinking about the fact that this Ceo of a toy company owns the entire catalog of Hip-Hops most infamous record label makes me want to vomit. To make things worse, he barely knows anything about Death Row records. This is a sad moment for the culture.
Some time ago, Snoop Dogg appeared on Adrian Foster’s podcast and he told a story about 2Pac and Nas having a face to face talk. Snoop Dogg said 2pac told Nas he had a song dissing him and he told Nas he better not say nothing about it.
Snoop would go on to say that Nas had 2pac surrounded by goons but Pac didn’t know it. Basically, Snoop was implying that Nas had the drop on Pac and could have taking Pac out with the snap of his fingers.
Recently Reggie Wright Jr, a former police officer and head of Death Row security did an interview with Vlad Tv. In the interview, Reggie Wright Jr refutes Snoop Dogg’s claims and states that Snoop may not have even been there to know what actually happened. Reggie also said that Death Row had at least 20 people with them and a lot of them had guns, including Reggie himself. If something would have actually went down or if there was an altercation Death Row would have been well prepared. Reggie Wright Jr’s story is more in line with what Suge knight said which was 2Pac and Nas talked out there issues and squashed there beef that night. As a matter of fact both Suge and Reggie both say 2Pac wanted to remove his diss record towards Nas but 2Pac died shortly afterward so he was unable to do it.
Truthfully, looking at the video of 2Pac with Suge, you don’t see Snoop Dogg anywhere around.
This is one of the greatest days in Urban culture. After years of talking shit about the late great Tupac Shakur, Wack100 finally gets his ass whipped for speaking ill on the dead. Apparently, Wack100 ran into Mike Tyson on location of Tysons HotBoxin Podcast. Tyson pressed Wack100 about all of the shit he has been talking about Pac. Wack100 stood his ground and got punched in the face for it.
This has been something a lot of people have been waiting for. It finally happened.
Wack100 has seems to be trying to jump in front of the story by talking about the incident on social media. Mike Tyson confirmed the incident by going on Instagram and posting his famous quote,
people have a plan until they get punched in the mouth @Wack100.
I can't explain all of the new 2pac hate.
2pac has been dead more than 20 years now and for some reason certain individuals feel the need to talk shit about Pac. One idiot on Youtube has an entire channel dedicated to talking shit about 2Pac and trying to make the claim that Pac was working with the Illuminati. His channel is called "2Pac Hoax".
He even posted a video trying to claim that 2Pac was gay. There has never been anyone that has ever claimed that 2Pac was gay until just recently, starting with people like 2Pac Hoax and Wack100 who recently posted a Pic on social media that showed Pac chilling with his homeboy Money B with his shirt off.
That all off bad mouthing Pac has become a new trend. Where was all of this shit talk when Pac was alive?
I have never seen a dead person receive so much hate from people that did not even know him. If 2pac Hoax had called 2Pac gay when he was alive, Pac probably would have punched him in his face.
But I understand 2Pac Hoax's reasoning, he is nothing but a stupid ass youtuber that is begging for attention so he uses Pac as a way to generate traffic.
Stupid ass people actually think 2Pac is exposing the truth. These are fake woke people.
As far as Wack100 goes, he was around when Pac was alive, I don't recall him talking this shit to Pac then.
Interesting that he now wants to talk on a dead man.
As I said before, some people just want attention but I personally believe there is a bigger conspiracy behind this.
In my opinion, I believe that there is an ongoing conspiracy to try to destroy 2Pac's legacy. So what 2Pac Hoax is doing, he is actually trying to make people think that 2Pacs entire life is not fake.
He uses a lot of Illuminati conspiracy theories which he knows nothing about, to make it seem as if Pac was down with the Illuminati.
When I first saw his channel, I thought people would be smart enough to see through it. But now we live in the conspiracy era and any idiot on youtube can just make a channel talking about the Illuminati, without any knowledge of the occult, 2Pac Hoax has convinced people that he knows what he is talking about