Lost Tupac album liner notes reveal insults for Dr Dre, Lil Kim, De La Soul and more!
It is clear that Tupac had plenty of beef with a variety of fellow stars at the end of his life, but a handwritten liner note from his 1996 album, ‘The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory’ shows the depth of his dislike.
The notes, which are being auctioned off, see the late rapper call out names including Dr. Dre, Wendy Williams, Lil Kim, Mobb Deep, and even De La Soul!
The liner notes start with 2Pac dedicating his 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. Reports reveal:
“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.”
It doesn’t seem like ‘Pac was ready to squash his beef with anybody at the time…