Tupac’s Surprising Claims Surface About Dr.Dre’s Sexuality, Wendy Williams & More In $30K Letter

Posted On : April 10, 2018

As we all know, the late, legendary Tupac Shakur was not only one of the most fearless rappers of all time, but at times he could also be one of the most cold blooded critics to whomever he had beef with. ‘Pac was always given well deserved respect for being an intellect, who could educate his fans on the Black revolutionaries and freedom fighters of the 1970s, as well as the writings of Shakesphere. He was also able to spark war, at any given moment, with one of his enemies. That was evident in his moves both on and off stage.

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Tupac Shakur (Photo by Al Pereira/Michael Ochs Archives/Getty Images)

Fast forward to now and those same characteristics are also evident in a newly auctioned off, handwritten letter that ‘Pac wrote. In the letter, he took relentless jabs at several music industry folks and what he wrote in it, has that same jaw-dropping effect it had when the “Makavelli” rapper was still alive.

Pac’s Jaw Dropping Letter Calls Out Dre & Many Others…Sells For $30K

Vlad TV has recently reported the details of ‘Pac’s album notes letter, which has just auctioned off for a whopping $30K to the highest bidder. Within the letter, ‘Pac accused Dre of being gay, as well as called Lil Kim and Wendy Williams names that probably would’ve pissed them off at that time. Here’s what was reported…

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Wendy Williams (Photo by Gary Gershoff/WireImage)

Via Vlad: The full, handwritten liner notes from the late rapper’s 1996 album The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory are being auctioned off by GottaHaveRockAndRoll, and there’s some pretty incendiary stuff about some of ‘Pac’s peers written in the notes. The notes begin with 2Pac dedicating the album to the men allegedly involved in the 1994 attack at NYC’s Quad Recording Studios, during which he was robbed and shot five times.

“I dedicate this 2 Jack ‘the snitch’ Agnant for ordering the hit, 2 Tut (Walter “King Tut” Johnson) for shootin me, 2 Puffy, Big, Stretch, Lil Shawn, Jimmy henchman & whoever else remained silent while quietly conspiring my downfall, I thank U,” writes Tupac. Continuing, he refers to Wendy Williams as a “fat b**ch,” Mobb Deep as “no record selling asses,” and Dr. Dre as a “closet homo.” Also under the gun was De La Soul, who 2Pac called “fat washed up bums,” and Lil Kim, who he referred to as “weave wearing Biggie short stubby d**k sucking Kim.”

Read Tupac’s Full Letter Here:

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HOLLYWOOD, CA – JUNE 22: Dr. Dre attends the premiere of ‘The Defiant Ones’ at Paramount Theatre on June 22, 2017 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Jason LaVeris/FilmMagic)
Via VladTV.com

As far as we know, none of the celebs whom ‘Pac called out within his auctioned linear notes letter have responded to this newly released info.

Tupac’s Former Death Row Records CEO, Suge Knight’s Legal Issues

Since we’re on the topic of the late Tupac, we thought we’d feel y’all in on the latest about the one former Death Row affiliate, whom ‘Pac didn’t go at in his letter. That is none other than Death Row Records founder, Suge Knight. As we previously reported, dude is having some serious legal problems.

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Tupac Shakur and Marion Suge Knight (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

Suge has been locked up, in a California prison, since 2015 on murder and attempted murder charges. The charges stem from Suge Knight running over two men -killing one of them- with his Ford truck, during a 2014 altercation outside of a Compton, Ca. burger joint. Knight claims it was self defense, because the two men approached his vehicle and attacked him through the driver side window first.

Well, ever since Suge’s murder case began, his lawyers have been either quitting, or reportedly getting fired/dismissed left and right. According to NY Daily News, Suge was finally scheduled to go to trial on April 9, 2018. However, as of March 26th, his 15th lawyer, Dominique Banos, suddenly said ‘peace out’ to the case, ‘citing a conflict of interest, leading the judge to scrap the long-awaited trial date and assign a public defender.’ Now Suge is currently scrambling to find a new lawyer for his case – his 16th one to be exact. Wow!