There's been a lot of talk about Tupac Shakur recently.
Like, last month when T-Pain said that Pac wouldn't be considered a top lyricist today, or Will.i.am saying that he doesn't care for Pac and The Notorious B.I.G.'s music.
Now, Napoleon of the Outlawz is speaking about the "Hail Mary" rapper and explained why he refused to work with Michael Jackson once.
“‘Pac mentioned one time he was called to the studio to do a song for Michael Jackson, to lay a verse,” Napoleon told Cam Capone News. “He told his mother, his family, he was excited. He went to the studio and he’s like, ‘Where’s Michael Jackson?’ They said, ‘Oh he can’t come. They want you to lay the verse.’ He got up and left. And that’s Michael Jackson. He wasn’t man enough to come say hi to me and speak to me? I don’t want to get on his song ."
"He walked out on the opportunity because he was more about ethics and morals," he continued. "Like we look up to you. ‘If you want me to be on the song, at least say hi to me.’ I don’t think Pac was just doing stuff for money... It was more personal if he get on a record with you and stuff like that. He didn’t really care about the money.”
Does this story surprise you in any way?