Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson recently admitted he still feels guilty about the death of rap legend 2Pac, due to his role in Tupac Shakur being in Las Vegas on the night he was fatally shot.
Mike Tyson Reflects On Night 2Pac Was Shot
On Sept. 7, 1996, ‘Pac was in Vegas to attend Tyson’s title fight against Bruce Seldon. Tyson says he pressured 2Pac to come to the fight, and they were supposed to hang out afterward, but Tyson decided to stay home. Hours later, he heard that the rapper had been shot.
“I feel a little guilty about him coming to the fight and me pressuring him. … I was supposed to go out with him that night. I promised to go to the 662 with him that night but I just had a little baby and her mother was provoking me to stay home so I stayed home.”
Mike Tyson Grills Boosie Badass Over LGBT Comments
Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz stirred controversy when he criticized retired NBA star Dwyane Wade‘s transgender child, Zaya. When Boosie appeared on Mike Tyson’s podcast, the “Baddest Man On The Planet” wanted answers.
“Why do you say things about people who might be a homosexual? … Do you feel there’s a possibility that you’re a homosexual and by disrespecting them it furthers yourself from being a homosexual? I’m thinking you may like homosexuals.” (Mike Tyson questioning Boosie)
Drake Honors 2Pac With $500K Chains
OVO Sound boss Drake really has money to blow, especially when it comes to paying homage to music icons. The hip-hop superstar reportedly dropped over half a million dollars on a couple of iconic-looking 2Pac Jesus piece chains.
Each pendant comes with a diamond chain with a total of approximately 70 carats of flawless white and yellow diamonds, plus … over a HALF KILO of gold in total. Total price for each piece was $300k!!! We’re told Jason and his crew spent about 5 weeks completing the Pac-Jesus pieces. Drake initially came to Jason with an idea about what he wanted … and they worked together to come up with the final tribute. (TMZ)
Where Does Drake Rank 2Pac?
Coincidentally, Drake recently shared his top five favorite rappers and didn’t include ‘Pac. Drizzy’s favorites included JAY-Z, Andre 3000 and Notorious B.I.G.
“My top 5 is Biggie, Hov, Wayne, Young Tony and 3000 since nobody asked.” -Drake’s Instagram