Vince Vaughn On 2Pac: “He Was A Dynamic Writer”

blame it on Meka June 25, 2014

In case you aren’t aware there is a Broadway play starring poet Saul Williams, Holler If Ya Hear Me, which is inspired by and features music from the late 2Pac. Last week was the play’s opening night, and among the many guests and celebrities actor Vince Vaughn was in attendance. REVOLT caught up with him, where he spoke on his appreciation for the rapper (which apparently dates back to his Digital Underground days).

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  • Hugothedon

    Hiphop transcends all boundaries

  • Its amazing to see how long Tupac legacy has lasted and more importantly how much influence he can bring today as he did when he was with us. Truly a great artist that has motivated so many people in the world. Words are very powerful and tupac always wrote with a sense of purpose and passion.

  • guest1230944

    worst. interviewer. ever!!!!

    • Yasser Kaskas

      yup, really annoying

  • Jay Daniels

    When you say Broadway. This comes to mind.

    • Jase L


  • JohnniLive

    That’s good media training right there.

  • quas

    fun fact: vince and pac were college roomates at UCLA back when they both were in the arts program.