Posted by Robert
Rap News Network
12/7/2003 5:26:10 PM
Tags and topics realted to this article include 2Pac and Kurupt.
On Friday November 28th, Kurupt was interviewed on Death Row Records' new Internet radio show, Death Row Radio.
Kurupt spoke on various topics, including his relationship with Tupac. He said that Tupac, who was two years older than him, was like a big brother to him. He also spoke about the feud between Tupac and Snoop Dogg, which escalated on the 1996 MTV Video Music Awards in New York.
Kurupt was upset over him being removed from Tupac's posthumous material, like "Still Ballin'" from Better Dayz for example. Kurupt was originally featured on the song, but he was removed from it and replaced with Trick Daddy.
Despite the fact that Kurupt's relationship with Ja Rule and Jay-Z is all gravy, he didn't hesistate to tell the truth about how they wouldn't anywhere near where they are if Tupac was still alive.
"If Pac was alive right now, there wouldn't be a lot of rappers out right now," Kurupt said. "I think Jigga would have some problems right now, I think DMX would have problems right now, I know for a fact Ja Rule would have problems right now, I think 50 Cent would have been eliminated."
Make sure to check out the interview, which is available for listening on Death Row Records' official website, DeathRowRecords.net.
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