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Yikes! 50 Cent Slams Tupac Shakur Movie ‘All Eyez on Me’

Posted On : June 16, 2017
50 Cent gave his review of the Tupac film, All Eyez On Me on Instagram

It’s finally here! The moment we all have been waiting for is finally here as the highly anticipated untold story of legendary rapper Tupac Shukar, All Eyez On Me, movie is in theaters and just in time for the late star’s birthday. Big time Tupac fan, 50 Cent, gave his review of the film on Instagram after he saw it and he didn’t hold back.

Demetrius Shipp Jr. and Tupac Shukar

Posting his thoughts on Instagram, the veteran Queens rapper claims the movie was “some bullshit,” and told people that they should use an Amazon Fire Stick to watch it, as opposed to paying to see it in the theaters. Ouch!

Peep What 50 Had To Say Below:

Man I watched the 2 PAC film, that was some bullshit. Catch that shit on a fire stick trust me. LOL SMH TRASH,” Fifty wrote on IG. “I just want you to keep me in mind when you watch that shit. Straight out of Compton was good. That was a bad movie man, 2PAC is suppose to be a classic they they fucked it up. John Singleton said it was wack, I had to see it for my self. Go check it out you gonna be mad as a mother fucker. I want my money back now!!! Some of yal think I’m hating. SMH nah go see it. When you walk out of ther motherfucker like this you gonna learn to listen to m



50 Cent wasn’t the only person that criticized the movie as close friend of Tupac, Jada Pinkett-Smith shared her disappointment of the film. Jada Pinkett-Smith, who befriended Tupac Shakur early in the rapper’s career, slammed the new biopic All Eyez on Me and the portrayal of their relationship in a series of tweets Friday.

Forgive me … my relationship to Pac is too precious to me for the scenes in All Eyez On Me to stand as truth, Pinkett-Smith wrote. The reimagining of my relationship to Pac has been deeply hurtful.

See more of what Jada had to say here.

Close friend of Pac’ and label mate on Death Row Records, Snoop Dogg, acknowledged Pac’s birthdays and urged fans to celebrate Tupac by supporting the film.  It didn’t share his personal feelings on the film but appeared to be proud that the film already is winning at the box office.


Despite the fact that 50 Cent and Jada slammed the movie, I plan to be in the theaters as well as I’m sure Tupac and hip-hop fans will still be going to see it this weekend. Ever since the premiere of the trailer, the tension has been thick with fans eager to see the movie. Many fans are hoping to see all of the major ‘Pac moments unfold on the big screen, and based on previews, trailers and clips, that should be the case. We’ll have to see how the film does in the box office when the numbers come out after this opening weekend.

What are thoughts? Do you plan to see the film?

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