The truth of how the 2pac and Biggie feud started

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The biography movie about 2pac, called “All eyez on me” was released this year. The movie focuses on 2pac’s rise to fame and of course, his death.

The movie puts very little focus on arguably the biggest topic on 2pac’s life, his feud with Biggie. Many of the conspiracy theories claim Biggie and his crew were responsible for shooting Tupac.

There were other players in the game, mainly Snoop Dog, who went from 2pac’s friend, to a Biggie supporter.

In spirit of the release of the movie, here is a 2pac documentary that puts the focus on the feud with Biggie. How these two extremely talented rappers started? There was a time they were very close friends, with 2pac actually welcoming Biggie into the world of rap.

But in war, there are no friends, only rivals.

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