Producer of 'All Eyez on Me' Claims John Singleton Wanted to 'Defame' Tupac

ATLANTA, GA - JUNE 08:  Producer L.T. Hutton attends "All Eyez On Me" Q&A at Means Street Studios on June 8, 2017 in Atlanta, Georgia.  (Photo by Paras Griffin/Getty Images)

Producer of 'All Eyez on Me' Claims John Singleton Wanted to 'Defame' Tupac

You won't believe what his plans were for the opening scene.

Published June 14, 2017

All Eyez on Me is slated to premiere in theaters on Friday (June 16) and actors, producers and figures in the film’s creation are making their media runs in order to promote it.

This morning, the Tupac biopic producer, LT Hutton, and director Benny Boom made an appearance on The Breakfast Club and revealed something VERY interesting.

Aside from discussing the movie’s background and some of its plot, Hutton, after being asked about rumors that former producer John Singleton wanted a scene where Tupac was raped in jail, dropped a bombshell in regards to another scene he proposed.

“The raped in jail stuff – yeah, he wanted to put that in there,” LT said. “He wanted to start the movie off: Tupac goes in the studio — one guy's in the studio, he’s getting head. Tupac is with the other girl and these girls are white and Tupac tries to give her anal."

“Not just that, right. [It] goes to this particular part…” he continues. “The girl denies him, he kicks her out and he tells the white girls to go home and tell your dad that, ‘You got f**ked by a n***a today. End scene… What kind of movie is that, bro?”


LT Hutton also suggested that Singleton was fired from the movie. He also says that people who were around Tupac while he was alive can vouch for its authenticity.

It’s nothing but excitement over here. What do you think? Let us know in the comment section below and see the Breakfast Club segment there as well.

Written by Paul Meara

(Photo: Paras Griffin/Getty Images)


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