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Snoop Dogg Talks About 2Pac’s Negativity With Jada’s Red Table Talk

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Snoop Doog and Tupac Shakur in the 1990’s were seen as “Two Of America’s Most Wanted” and they also made a song by the name appropriately.

Snoop Dogg along with Tupac Shakur upset different groups who wanted their music banned because of the content of their lyrics which includes misogynistic lyrics. C. Dolores Tucker was a Civil Rights activist from the 1960’s who led the charge against “gangsta rap” because of songs like “Wonda Why They Call U A Bitch”.

Snoop appeared on Jada Pinkett-Smith‘s “Red Table Talk” to clear the air about his controversy over his comments towards Gayle King after Kobe Bryant’s passing.

However, for some reason Snoop brought up Tupac’s name during his conversation with Jada, Willow Smith and Adrienne Banfield-Jones. While admitting to using the words “n***a, “b*tch” and “h*e” in the past, Snoop says he felt the need to “pull back” from using those negative terms as he got older.

Pac’s name came out of Snoop’s mouth as he revealed that, “Even me and Pac got into it because he was like, he wanted me to stay gangsta. I was like, cuz, I got a baby on the way, I just beat a murder case, I have a lot to live for. He had no kids.”

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