Scarface trolls Tupac biopic “All Eyez On Me;” says it’s NOT a real Pac movie [VIDEO]

HANDING OUT SHADES…

50 Cent isn’t the only Hip-Hop heavyweight serving TuPac Shakur’s freshly released biopic two thumbs down…

 

OHHHH SH**…

 

Though having earned an impressive $27 million in it’s opening weekend, a number of detractors have openly voiced their disdain for All Eyez On Me due to the many inaccuracies and overlooked moments left out of the left-coast luminary’s journey to everlasting legend status…

During a recent sit down at Chicago’s Classic Hip Hop Lives event, Geto Boys rapper, Scarface, went on record draggggging the Benny Boom directed Pac piece to the pits of shoulda-went-straight-to-VHS hot hell for the various missteps taken throughout the feature film poised to honor his late “Smile” collaborator.

“If MC Breed not in that movie, then it ain’t no real Pac movie. If the D.O.C. wasn’t mentioned in that movie, it’s not a real Pac movie. If that s**t wasn’t sanctioned by the people that grew up with Pac … I don’t know, bro,” Scarface asserted.

 

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Taking his negative feelings about the project a step further, the “I Seen A Man Die,” spitter then questioned the motives of the box-office booming movie’s creators…
“It ain’t feeding his momma, his momma gone,” Face served. “It ain’t feeding his kids, he ain’t got none. Who getting the money?”
The Houston reppin’ emcee went on to beseech true rap aficionados NOT to support any posthumous releases bearing his likeness when he passes away.

“If a muthaf***a put an album out on me when I’m dead, don’t buy that s**t. When a muthaf***a tries to shoot a movie on me when I’m dead, don’t go see that s**t. Let me rest, man.”
He added, “I love Pac to death man but let that man rest.”

CHECK OUT SCARFACE’S ENTIRE ALL EYEZ ON ME RANT BELOW..

Scarface’s troll of Shakur’s big-screen biography trails 50 Cent’s calling the cinematic project “trash” and demanding his money back via Instagram on it’s opening night (June 16)…

Tupac’s creative muse and lifelong confidant, Jada Pinkett Smith, echoed the G-Unit honcho’s sour feelings for the film on Friday by revealing that she was “deeply hurt” by the misguided depiction of her relationship with the “California Love” lyricist throughout the movie…

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By : Asia Grace

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