has attacked the DEA, for their investigation into Rap-A-Lot Records.
The investigation began in 1988, when authorities discovered 76
Kilograms of cocaine in a car from a used car dealership that
Rap-A-Lot CEO J-Prince owned. The DEA then opened an investigation
into J-Prince, his label and his affiliates.
The agent who led
the investigation, Jack Schumacher, came under attack due to his
violent police record, which includes 6 fatal shootings. The case,
which was critized by congresswoman Maxine Waters in a letter
to Attorney General Janet Reno, is still open and is what Waters
calls a " Racially motivated investigation by the DEA."
Scarface calls out the governement, and Schumaker by name on the
song, Look Into My Eyes, on his new album, Last Of A Dying Breed.