Music mogul Diddy knows things may have ended on a bad note between him and Tupac Shakur but that's not stopping him from keeping Makaveli's legacy alive.
Puff Daddy recently went to Instagram with a rare shot of himself alongside the late hip-hop icon.
Earlier this month, a new trailer premiered for upcoming 2Pac biopic All Eyez On Me.
Last month, rap veteran Game co-signed All Eyez On Me star Demetrius Shipp Jr.'s portrayal of the late hip-hop icon.
"To play 2Pac, to do a movie on 2Pac, we as the fan or the consumer or the moviegoer watching it, you looking for any flaw. I'm gonna tell you that homie that did it, is really, he's murking it. Shout-out to Met, Demetrius. He killed it. When the movie first came on, it's not Pac per se, himself. So you're a little critical. You're like, 'Let me see.' And I'm talking about 10 minutes in, it switch. Then by the time the movie ends, you forgot you weren't watching Pac. That's how much he dug into that role. They did a really good job with that movie."
"By the time the movie ends, you forgot that you weren't watching Pac." @losangelesconfidential "I cannot explain it what the film was doing to me in this room" @conglomerateent #AllEyezOnMe featuring @dshippjr in theaters June 16
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Barring any setbacks, All Eyez On Me is slated to arrive in theaters on Pac's birthday.
Lionsgate's Summit Entertainment has acquired U.S. rights to the Morgan Creek Entertainment film that follows the life of the iconic 1990s rapper and has set it for release on June 16, on what would have been Shakur's 46th birthday. (The Hollywood Reporter)
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