Tupac and Biggie

Actor Bokeem Woodbine Says Tupac Planned Feud-Ending Record With Biggie & Mobb Deep

According to veteran actor Bokeem Woodbine, Tupac was on the verge of creating a feud-ending and genre-shifting record before his untimely death.

Woodbine, who also starred in Tupac’s classic “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” music video claims Pac shared the details of the planned record while they were filming the “All Eyez On Me” single.

The secret record allegedly would’ve featured Notorious B.I.G., Mobb Deep, and a few other East Coast rappers, as an effort to end the beef.

“He had a plan to put everybody together on one record and just squash the beef. He wanted to take the power away from the labels that were exploiting the situation. It angered him that they were profiting; he wanted to stop the cash flow. It wasn’t something I was supposed to tell people about, you know what I’m saying? I honored that, and I just waited for that record to come out. But unfortunately, as you know, it never did,” Woodbine told The Fader.

This news comes years after Pac’s untimely death. Lil’ Cease even revealed that Biggie and Pac would’ve definitely settled their beef had they had the opportunity to do so.

Cease always believed if Pac and Big would’ve talked after that infamous Source Awards, things would’ve been different because they saw each other on numerous occasions and nothing happened.

Man this record would’ve been EPIC! Who do you think would’ve brought the best verse?

24 Responses to “Actor Bokeem Woodbine Says Tupac Planned Feud-Ending Record With Biggie & Mobb Deep”

  1. dreday

    yeah pac did songs and the album is called One Nation! now wut they should do is put all the biggie tupac records and do some remixing

      • JerZeBoy

        I don’t get it what 50 has to do with it, and its speculation anyway. there were a hundred people closer to 2pac then thus dude and this was never mentioned. dude is just looking for some spotlight

      • andone

        50 has nothing to do with it. that reply was obviously unnecessary LOL!

      • Madamsjr01

        Actually he does, I read your post a while back feeding into 50 saying Puff had Pac killed.. you believe that bullsh*t but this is unbelievable tho.. Lol

      • JerZeBoy

        of course this is more unbelievable then that. where im from, and where this era of artist where from, there are lines that once people cross, there is no coming back from, you can apologize all you want, and people may lie and say its over so you slip up and let your guard down, then you come up missing. But thats where im from you may live in a place where that is acceptable.

  2. Ray

    to all you brilliant people saying this is fake or not true, I ain’t mad at you was the last video pac recorded so Bokeem probably had conversations with him before his death more than Snoop, Dogg Pound, and others at Deathrow. Snoop and Shock G in the past said Pac was going to squash it, it don’t see why this is so surprising.

  3. Vinsanity

    If u dont believe this then u need catch-up on your 2pac. Dude had plans for some records to come out as we’ll as Deathrow east. Do your homework.

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  5. Dan Tebasco

    I don’t know if he just confused it with the One Nation project overtime… Cause Tupac and Snoop didn’t see eye to eye in the final weeks when he found out that Snoop had hung out with Biggie in NY despite the ongoing beef

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