Tuesday, May 25, 2010

story behind Tupac Against all odds its deep!


What many may not realize, is that Shakur implicated more people in the shooting than just Biggie and Puff Daddy (now known as P Diddy). In the song "Against All Odds", he confesses and drops names on several other people, including Jimmy Henchman, King Tut (aka Walter Johnson), and Haitian Jack. Jimmy Henchman is a music manager who has ties with Bad Boy Records. Word on the streets is that Henchman secured a deal between Bad Boy Records and BMF (Black Mafia Family), in which BMF would fund Bad Boy and help Diddy start his label, in exchange for protection (muscle) and paid royalties. King Tut and Haitian Jack were both affiliated with BMF. Haitian Jack was the codefendant in Tupac's sexual abuse case, while King Tut had approached Tupac a few years earlier while on the set for the movie Above the Rim. Tut had allegedly tried to pressure 2pac into signing with Bad Boy. So Tupac had suspected that Haitian Jack had set him up with the rape case, and that the woman who accused him of sexual abuse was really working for BMF or Bad Boy. Several sources on the streets claimed that the 2 men who shot Tupac in Quad Studios were Jack and Tut, on the orders of Jimmy Henchman. Henchman later allegedly stated that the shooting and robbery were "to discipline" Pac. So this is why Tupac had lashed out at Diddy and Biggie, because of their ties to Henchman and BMF. He believed that they either set him up, or knew about the plot and didn't warn him. He was robbed of everything except for a $25,000 watch, which was a gift from Haitian Jack. This further supports the theory that the rape case and the shooting were all part of an elaborate plan to get rid of Shakur or at least teach him a lesson for not signing with Bad Boy a few years earlier. Even 50 cent, who was not involved in any of this or even on the music scene at the time, spoke about these incidents. In his song "Many Men", the lyrics read "The feds didn't know much, when Pac got shot. I got a kite from the pen, that told me Tut got knocked". Word on the streets was that after Shakur's murder, the FBI picked up Walter Tut Johnson, and spent many hours questioning him about Tupac's murder.

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Tuesday, May 25, 2010

story behind Tupac Against all odds its deep!


What many may not realize, is that Shakur implicated more people in the shooting than just Biggie and Puff Daddy (now known as P Diddy). In the song "Against All Odds", he confesses and drops names on several other people, including Jimmy Henchman, King Tut (aka Walter Johnson), and Haitian Jack. Jimmy Henchman is a music manager who has ties with Bad Boy Records. Word on the streets is that Henchman secured a deal between Bad Boy Records and BMF (Black Mafia Family), in which BMF would fund Bad Boy and help Diddy start his label, in exchange for protection (muscle) and paid royalties. King Tut and Haitian Jack were both affiliated with BMF. Haitian Jack was the codefendant in Tupac's sexual abuse case, while King Tut had approached Tupac a few years earlier while on the set for the movie Above the Rim. Tut had allegedly tried to pressure 2pac into signing with Bad Boy. So Tupac had suspected that Haitian Jack had set him up with the rape case, and that the woman who accused him of sexual abuse was really working for BMF or Bad Boy. Several sources on the streets claimed that the 2 men who shot Tupac in Quad Studios were Jack and Tut, on the orders of Jimmy Henchman. Henchman later allegedly stated that the shooting and robbery were "to discipline" Pac. So this is why Tupac had lashed out at Diddy and Biggie, because of their ties to Henchman and BMF. He believed that they either set him up, or knew about the plot and didn't warn him. He was robbed of everything except for a $25,000 watch, which was a gift from Haitian Jack. This further supports the theory that the rape case and the shooting were all part of an elaborate plan to get rid of Shakur or at least teach him a lesson for not signing with Bad Boy a few years earlier. Even 50 cent, who was not involved in any of this or even on the music scene at the time, spoke about these incidents. In his song "Many Men", the lyrics read "The feds didn't know much, when Pac got shot. I got a kite from the pen, that told me Tut got knocked". Word on the streets was that after Shakur's murder, the FBI picked up Walter Tut Johnson, and spent many hours questioning him about Tupac's murder.

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