Menace II Society director, Allen Hughes, continues his discussion with Sway about the 20 year anniversary of the classic film, while in-studio on Shade 45. Along with telling unheard stories about what happened on-set, he finally opened up about his relationship with Tupac, where the intense fallout occurred and Shakur’s relationship with Jada Pinkett Smith.

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  • DQ

    really.. you gon end it like that!

  • gbreeze

    man fuck you sway!!!!!

  • DoubleClutch95

    Can't wait to hear more on this!

  • kiko

    Fuck you sway!!!
    just kidding i love you man.
    great story tho. Pac sounds kinda like a prick if you knew him before he was Pac.

  • Mooz

    Aww nah, hell nah, Sway! You dun up and dun it!

  • Positive Vibe

    now thats how you keep me wantin' more hahaha

  • red

    Its nice to hear his side of the story for the first time. Pac was very talented but that nigga was so immature and had a big mouth. He said so himself so you pac stans dont go catching feelings.

  • True!

    @red You're still a bitch!

  • red

    @True truth hurts huh

  • Spirit Equality

    @red Pac said he had a big mouth, but he never said he was immature. Pac was actually pretty complicated. He basically adopted The Outlawz and was taking care of his mom, sister, her kids, etc, as well. So, you can't make it seem like the dude was wholly irresponsible. If anything, he was probably taking on more responsibility than he should have been. The DVD extra on Tupac: Resurrection where he said he had Panthers hitting him up asking him when they were going to set off the revolution when he was 22 is sobering. Dude was getting pulled in a lot of directions. Too bad some douchebag shot him and judging by how little effort the cops put into solving his murder (or even bothering to try to chase the shooter after the fact, the cops chased Suge's car instead), it's easy to assume there was more going on there than met the eye.

  • red

    @Spirit Equality It was "sobering" because he was still immature. I didnt say he was irresponsible I'm just stating a fact that alot of his actions were those of an immature person. He got caught up in so much bullshit because of his anger and his pride. He started beef with Jay Z just for being associated with biggie... is that mature to you? He said it himself "Anybody that's close biggie i'm destroying them"

    Pac himself said he was "wild and crazy" and that in like 5 years people are going to look back and remember when he was wild and immature. Its not even anything to be defensive over. I'm not exposing shit everybody knows this stuff. It's not a diss it's just an acknowledgement. He was ready to outgrow the bullshit when he died, even though he stomped out orlando anderson with 30 other niggas and got killed that same night.

    • ChicaGo-Getter

      Not to mention he was only 21 or 22 at the time.

  • marty mcfly

    Of course Pac was a little immature. At this point in his life that Allen Hughes is talking about Pac has barely in his 20s. He was somewhere between 19-21 and was already a movie star and a rap star. How many kids are gonna be mature at this stage in life especially if they blowing up at light speed? Just saying

  • markaveli

    r.i.p. pac.

  • Advance

    *rift

  • randy

    @chicago getter

    agreed. but pac fans think he was jesus and could do no wrong and get emotional for telling the truth about their god. the guy was immature.