It has been more than 15 years since rapper Tupac Shakur was allegedly murdered in Las Vegas and even though most of us would have put it behind us by now, the late rapper’s friend and employee isn’t getting off the topic just yet.
Suge Knight didn’t waste time starting as much controversy as possible during his interview with L.A. radio station, 93.5 KDay Friday (April 20).
In addition to re-opening speculations into whether or not Tupac is still alive, the former Death Row Records boss gave his opinion on Rick Ross‘ “Tupac Back” song, as well as accusing Diddy of being involved with Tupac’s murder plus he also threatened to “beat the dog sh*t” out of the Maybach Music frontman for his affiliation with Diddy.
Here’s the excerpt from Suge Knight’s interview on L.A.’s 93.5 KDay radio show
I can’t sit up here and say I’m bitter to Rick Ross, ‘cus like anybody else, we don’t know Rick Ross. That’s a guy who uses somebody else’s name. This guy comes from being a correctional officer. I don’t got nothing negative [against him] personally, I just feel like he do do good music, and you can’t take that from him. That boy got bars, he’s gonna write…at the same time, I feel like there’s a line you cross, and Rick Ross crossed that line. If you’re gonna be with guy [Diddy] who killed Tupac, you can’t go turn around and do a record [called] ‘Tupac Back’…Rick Ross is a grown *ss *****. I’ll beat the dog sh*t out of Rick Ross for manipulating these people out here.
Ross has yet to respond, but this isn’t the first time he’s found himself the target of beef. His infamous rift with 50 Cent ended in 2010, when Ross decided that he’d had enough of going back and forth with the G-unit head honcho.
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