Wack 100 Calls Out 2Pac Fans For Everyone Giving 50 Cent All Eyez On Me Pass: "Only 1 Man Has Addres
West Coast hip-hop manager Wack 100 needs answers. The rap executive has lashed back at his critics quietly giving 50 Cent a pass for dissing the new All Eyez On Me 2Pac biopic.
Last night, Wack questioned why people haven't come forward to check 50 over calling out the box office smash.
Over the past few days, 50 Cent bashed All Eyez On Me across Instagram.
However, rapper Blac Youngsta and NFL superstar DeSean Jackson flexed their support.
#TSRPositiveImages: #BlacYoungsta bought out a theater for fans in Nashville to see #AllEyezOnMe
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Despite mixed reviews, All Eyez On Me has earned $27.1 million in box office sales.
On what would've been Tupac Shakur's 46th birthday, Lionsgate-Codeblack released the long-gestating biopic "All Eyez on Me" pulling an estimated $27.1 million in its debut weekend. Though only a third-place finish, it far surpassed analyst expectations of $17 million to $20 million, an unsurprising feat considering the industry's historical inability to properly track films targeting black audiences. (Los Angeles Times)
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