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Death Row Artist Says Puffy Put a $75,000 Bounty On Death Row Madallion

Danny Boy who was formerly signed to Death Row Records spoke to ITS AGTV and confirms during the west coast / east coast fued that rap mogul Diddy put a $75k award out for anybody who can get him a Death Row chain, Which is what lead to the fight between Tupac Shakur and south side crips member Orlando Anderson in Las Vegas at the MGM hotel in 1996. Hours later Tupac would be fatally shot.

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The Fall Of ‘The Most Feared Man In Hip-Hop’

On March 20th, inside the high-security wing of Los Angeles’ Clara Shortridge Foltz Criminal Justice Center, the man once called “the most feared man in hip-hop” is looking more like the 50-year-old with chronic health issues that he is. Suge Knight sits in shackles, wearing an orange prison jumpsuit and chunky glasses, his beard flecked with gray, listening impassively. It’s the end of the day’s proceedings, and Judge Ronald S. Coen is announcing the bail for Knight, who is facing charges of murder, attempted murder and hit-and-run: “In this court’s opinion, $25 million is reasonable, and it is so set.”

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5 Tupac Shakur Interviews You Should Hear

In his 25 years on earth, Tupac Amaru Shakur was a man of many words and emotions. Often they were captured on tape in the form of music and film. But Pac was in rare form when being interviewed. On Kendrick Lamar’s new LP, To Pimp a Butterfly, K. Dot captures another glimpse inside the mind of the late rap star on the closeout track “Mortal Man.” The song features Shakur interview from 1994, surreally edited by Lamar to appear as a conversation between the two MCs about the still relevant topics of fighting and overcoming oppression.

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