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Hip-Hop News: Jay Z Replies Back, Claims 2pac & Biggie Inspired Him
Jay speaks on 2Pac, say's their beef was little
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By Paul Russell
11/9/2002 5:03:57 PM

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We can go on and on to name the lyrical shots from 2pac towards Jay Z, and we witnessed the fact that 2pac never squashed the little beef with him before his demise. But yet, Jigga man continues to use 2pac's lyrics and mentions him like their live in the same hood. In his latest bite towards 2pac's greatness, he took the legend's beat, song and lyrics.

SwaY from MTV did an interview with JaY, which was focused on his upcoming album, beef with Nas, and the talk of sampling 2pac's classic "Me & My Girlfriend." Jigga replied by saying that 2pac & Biggie were the great pioneers in Hip Hop, who paved way and created the blueprint for him, and now that they gone, he will like to keep them alive because they inspired him, (especially on this album). Of course he was gonna say that, but MTV hit him with the "Hit Em Up" video clip with the "1st To Bomb" lyrics- "Am a bad boy killa/Jay Z die too/..." he was quiet for a while, smiled and said it's funny that he took shots at me but "I believe that the little beef, which was not even major, died with him."

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