If there’s nothing else you can count on G-Unit’s flagship hip-hop magnate 50 Cent to do, you can always expect him to tell the unapologetic, unabashed, unfiltered truth.
So after planting himself in the viewer’s seat for the Tupac biopic All Eyez on Me, you can bet he meant every word of his all-thumbs down, no-star rating for the dangerously anticipated silver screen film.
Denouncing it to Fire Stick TV-worthy “trash,” Fif expressed utter regret for the Benny Boom-directed movie chronicling the pivotal life and times of the West Coast legend.
“Man I watched the 2 PAC film, that was some bullsh**,” Fif captioned in the post. “Catch that sh** on a fire stick. Trust me. LOL SMH TRASH.”
But he wasn’t done there. In more commentary, captured by another user, the Queens, NY-bred rap star and showbiz elitist said Pac’s biopic disappointingly paled in comparison to that of another West Coast hip-hop legend, N.W.A’s box-office breaking Straight Outta Compton. Adding to his own controversy on Pac's legacy, famed film director John Singleton, best known for his Boyz 'n the Hood classic work, reportedly seconded the terrible rating as well, according to Fif.
“I just want you to keep me in mind when you watch that sh*t,” the Get Rich or Die Tryin’ creator said. “Straight Outta Compton was good. [All Eyez on Me] was a bad movie, man. 2 PAC is [supposed] to be a classic, they f**ked it up. John Singleton said it was [whack], I had to see it for [myself.] Go check it out and you gonna be mad as a motherf**cker. I want my money back now!”
While he hasn’t specifically named the film’s shortcomings, we definitely don’t expect to see him anywhere near a movie theater on opening weekend this Friday (June 16).
See his review and more commentary in the posts below.
Fiddy said he want his money back like he actually purchased a ticket means it's really bad pic.twitter.com/GBVmpNWMMX— World Wide Mal (@iMalRay) June 16, 2017
(Photo: Brian Ach/Getty Images for STARZ)
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