Former Death Row artist, Danny Boy, debunks Snoop Dogg claims that he came to visit Tupac in the hospital in his last days of life in 1996.
According to director Allen Hughes, Snoop Dogg was interviewed in the same hospital room where 2Pac spent his final days. The special heartfelt arrangement was for the upcoming 2Pac and Afeni Shakur documentary Outlaw: The Saga Of The Shakurs set to premiere in 2022 via FX.
“It was tearful, and I never seen Snoop like this. He started…and I just want to be careful about how I’m wording this because it was very spiritual, what he was saying, and it was very heartfelt, and it was deeper than what he had said before,” Hughes explained. “And then when we cut, I went back and…because he wears sunglasses, and the people that monitored were like did you see his eyes? And I said I was in the moment, I didn’t see, and everyone was really moved and in tears.”
In an interview with Art Of Dialogue, Danny Boy gives his account of Snoop Dogg never visiting Shakur during his last days in the hospital. He also addresses Mobb James who has done countless interviews about being around Tupac and Death Row, but according to Danny Boy he never saw this individual at Death Row. Check out the interview below.
Danny Boy was not finished with exposing other liars in the business. He explained his beef with reality star and singer Ray J. Danny Boy claims Ray J lied about him being homeless and trying to force him to do gay activity. Danny Boy also reveals that he was the reason that Ray J was around Suge Knight and Death Row Records. He did believe Ray J’s account of seeing Faith Evans on Tupac’s lap.