Rare Interview With 2Pac & Jim Belushi Surfaces

Rare Interview With 2Pac & Jim Belushi Surfaces

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More 2Pac news today as, in addition to reporting on the Tupac Shakur biopic being given the green light a few days ago, YouTube has released a very rare audio clip of an interview featuring the rapper himself and Jim Belushi on the set of 1997’s Gang Related flick. The interview is said to have taken place on August 27, two weeks before 2Pac was murdered in Las Vegas on September 3, 1996. The clip contains 20 minutes of discussion between Belushi and Shakur and goes on to discuss Pac’s prison sentence, the meaning behind his name and his life. Check out the eerie audio clip below.

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