By Paul Russell
12/2/2002 7:19:29 PM
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On the latest Vibe Magazine, the self proclaimed king of NY, who have been taking plenty of lyrics and beats from 2pac made the cover and earned the Vibe solo artist of the year. He discussed his alleged beefs and conflicts with Nas, Jaz O, Foxy Brown, and also talked about his memories with Biggie and his rise to fame.
After taking shots at 2pac on the song "Brooklyn's Finest," the man who later came out to claim that 2pac inspired him made some statements on the interview, saying "I had known Big since high school, and when we reconnected to do "Brooklyn's Finest" for my album, we became real close. He was hilarious, with big heart, and neer doubted he was keeping it real with me. I thought he was smart to stay quiet when Tupac started his war of words. And on the real, I could tell the whole situation made him depressed. We had worked hard to leave a certain kind of life behind, and from the beginning, that thing felt like more than a rap battle. I didn't take it seriously when Tupac dragged me into it. I know he was just trying to get at anybody who was associated with Big. But I never stopped bumping 'Pac. I had been a fan of his since Digital Underground, and when he was killed, I knew we had lost someone irreplaceable."
Source: Pacsgirl_21 from Tupac-Online Forums.
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