DJ Quik recently revealed that he almost fought with hip-hop legend Tupac over a misunderstanding. "Outside the studio, he was a jokester - bagging on n****s - joking, fun - we toured a little bit. He got in my ass one time too - we were about to get into a fight because he thought I was stealing his stage show - like when he would rap and jump up on the speakers. I had to tell him 'bro I got that off of Bobby Brown my n**** - off of the 'My Prerogative' shit."
The DJ then shared the way they resolved the conflict. "Come here, Quik. Let me holler at you - How am I stealing the show - this n**** hot; he ready to fight. So, instead of us fighting, we went into the weight room and just started lifting weights and shit. You know what I'm saying? Just go in there like 'knock it out, dog.'"
The Time DJ Quik Almost Died
This isn't the first time DJ Quik has gotten into trouble thanks to the "All Eyez On Me" artist. The star recently recounted how he could have lost his life in an altercation over Tupac's bootleg music in a Uproxx Video interview. He states that he gave a security guard a copy of a copy of a CD that the late rhymer was working on.
Quick said "'Ay, you know ni**as up here playin' that new Tupac sh*t y'all in there workin' on?' He's like, 'What!?' What!?. So I get a call, 'Hey man, come up to the office.' I already know with them Death Row meetings, when they call you randomly at 4:20 to fight traffic and get up here, 'Aw, this finna' be some bullsh*t.'"
The 53-year-old then speaks about getting into a life-threatening altercation after he asked the security guard who received the aforementioned CD from him. "So I fight the dude, and he dropped his Hennessy, and I think he was more mad that he dropped his Hennessy than me actually swinging on him or whatever. So he told his homeboy, 'Man, blast this mothaf*cka!' My man just pulled out a Tec and cocked it. I just [stopped and became] cold over this dumb-ass Tupac tape. So my man didn't shoot me. My security got the gun from him and was like, 'Y'all just go ahead up." What's your favorite DJ Quik song? Let us know in the comments.