JAY-Z’s Past Beef With 2Pac Stemmed From Song With Biggie Irv Gotti Says

HipHop News Posted on September 21, 2020 at 6:10am

JAY-Z’s Past Beef With 2Pac Stemmed From Song With Biggie Irv Gotti Says

The Murder Inc. founder says it was because of the 1996 song "Brooklyn's Finest" featuring the late Notorious B.I.G.

Irv Gotti was a recent guest on Fat Joe’s Instagram Live show, The Fat Joe Show, where he made an interesting revelation about the beef between the late Tupac Shakur and JAY-Z.

According to the Murder Inc. founder, he says it all started with the 1996 Reasonable Doubt track “Brooklyn’s Finest” featuring The Notorious B.I.G.  Gotti said he initially warned Hov not to do the song..centered-ad {

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“Me knowing Jay how I know Jay, now I’ll go back to ‘Brooklyn’s Finest,'” Gotti begins. “I was dead set against it. I was telling Jay, ‘Don’t do it, don’t do it’ and he was like, ‘Why?’ I was like, ‘Big, he’s too strong. Before we take over the world, we gotta take over the West Coast.

“Before we take over the West Coast, we gotta take over the East Coast. Before we take over the East Coast, we gotta take over New York. Before we take over New York, you gotta take over Brooklyn and he owns all that.’ And I was like, ‘This n-gga’s not a wack n-gga.’ I was in fear like, ‘Yo, you may came off like his little man, you understand?'”

When Joe asked if he meant he wanted them to battle, he replied, “I didn’t want them to battle, I just wanted him to do it without his assistance because we was friends with Big. Big was at the ‘Ain’t No N-ggas’ set. We used to go these Italian restaurants and eat. Big was a fri


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