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Eminem Speaks Out About Tupac & Biggie's Rap Rivalry

Eminem is sharing his thoughts on Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G.‘s rap rivalry.

The 46-year-old “Killshot” rapper opened up about the late rappers while hosting 12 Days of Dissmas on his exclusive SiriusXM channel Shade 45 on Tuesday (December 25).

Joined by SiriusXM host DJ Whoo Kid and Paul Rosenberg, Eminem discussed some of hip hop’s greatest diss records ever made. Listeners heard songs from artists such as LL Cool J, N.W.A., 2Pac, and more.

On the rivalry, Eminem shared, “That, I feel like, was the first time I ever heard anybody get that personal on a diss ’cause it was definitely – most of it, majority – was personal, below-the-belt jabs and s–t, but it was done so well, and the record was just co crazy.”

“That’s another beef,” he added. “The Tupac/Biggie thing was tough because you like them both, and you’re just stuck in this weird thing where you’re bumping the Tupac diss record, then you’re bumping something from Biggie that might be dissing him in it.”

Eminem also discussed the first 50 Cent song he ever heard and the “dangerous” energy he felt when listening to it.

Listen to clips below!

Eminem on Tupac’s ‘below the belt diss’ to The Notorious B.I.G and his opinion on their rap rivalry

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Jada Pinkett Smith Slams 'All Eyez on Me' Inaccuracies, Calls Movie 'Deeply Hurtful'

Jada Pinkett Smith has spoken out about the new film All Eyez on Me, which portrays her relationship with the late Tupac Shakur.

The movie, starring Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Kat Graham, was released on Friday (June 16), which would have been the rapper’s 46th birthday.

“Forgive me… my relationship to Pac is too precious to me for the scenes in All Eyez On Me to stand as truth,” Jada wrote on Twitter before slamming the inaccuracies in the movie.

While Jada does not support the film, she said it’s not the fault of the two actors and praised Demetrius and Kat for doing a “beautiful job with what [they] were given.”

Read all of Jada‘s tweets below.

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Snoop Dogg Inducts Tupac Into Rock & Roll Hall of Fame With Emotional Tribute (Video)

Snoop Dogg paid a heartfelt tribute to his late friend Tupac Shakur at the 2017 Rock & Roll Hall Of Fame Induction Ceremony.

The 45-year-old rapper took the stage and reflected on how Tupac – who died more than 20 years ago at the untimely age of 25 – has changed not only the music industry but also himself as a person and artist.

“While many remember him now as some kind of thugged-out superhero, Tupac really was only good, and he represented through his music like no one before,” Snoop told the crowd. “It’s the fact that he never shied away from it. He wore it like a badge of honor. With an unapologetic voice, Pac embraced those contradictions that proved we ain’t just a character out of someone else’s storybook.”

Snoop also recalled a time he went parasailing with Tupac while on vacation in South America – with Suge Knight driving the boat! “Does anybody know what parasailing is?” Snoop asked. “Because we sure didn’t. Me and Pac were sitting on the edge of the boat with all this gear on when all of a sudden, the boat pulls away and we start floating away. We were scared as a [expletive], we were holding hands.”

Tupac, we love you, dawg,” Snoop finished. “You gon’ always be right with us. … They can’t take this away from you, homie. I love you, Tupac. Welcome to the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Thug life!”

Watch his full speech below!

Snoop also joined T.I., Alicia Keys, and YG to perform musical tributes in Tupac‘s honor. Watch Snoop and YG perform “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” below. Click inside to watch…More Here! »

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Watch Tupac Shakur's Journey in Intense New 'All Eyez on Me' Trailer (Video)

The new trailer for the upcoming Tupac Shakur biopic All Eyez on Me is out now!

The film – named after the last album the rapper released while he was alive – features Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Tupac.

Directed by music video veteran Benny Boom, All Eyez on Me also stars Jamal Woolard, reprising his role as The Notorious B.I.G (from Notorious), Danai Gurira as Assata Shakur, Kat Graham, Lauren Cohan, and Hill Harper.

The movie follows Tupac‘s early days in New York City, his path to becoming a revolutionary rapper, and his ill-timed death at 25. It also features his friendship and, later, rivalry with Biggie.

All Eyez On Me is set to hit theaters on June 16, which would have been Tupac‘s 46th birthday.

Watch below!

All Eyez On Me (2017 Movie) – Official Trailer – Based on Tupac Shakur

Church Accidentally Prints Tupac Shakur's 'Hail Mary' on Pamphlet

A church in Sri Lanka gave festival-goers a bit of a surprise when they accidentally printed Tupac Shakur‘s profanity-laced lyrics for “Hail Mary” in a service booklet instead of a Christian prayer by the same name.

One church-goer, who was in attendance for the World 2016: A Festival of Music for Peace & Harmony event, told CNN of the mistake, “A lot of people were in shock as whether it was a joke or someone would actually rap the song. A few of the older ladies in front of us could not stop looking at the printed booklet.”

“The page was in the middle of the booklet. When people looked at this page, they saw it before the start of the show. Two people saw it and alerted us to it,” Father Da Silva, from the archdiocese, said. “We are very sorry to say that this happened.” He added that a “young boy” made the error.

See the booklet with Tupac‘s lyrics here!