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Tupac’s Estate Compares ‘All Eyez on Me’ To Lifetime’s Aaliyah Movie – “We All Know How That Played Out”

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Tupac’s Estate Compares ‘All Eyez on Me’ To Lifetime’s Aaliyah Movie – “We All Know How That Played Out”

Tupac’s family estate is not happy with the new ‘All Eyez on Me’ film, which highlights the late rapper’s life.

According to reports, a representative from the families estate released a statement explaining why they never promoted the film and stated that the rappers late mother, Afeni Shakur, never wanted LT Hutton to produce the film.

Originally, film Director John Singleton was set to produce and direct the film, but he backed out.

In an exclusive with Fameolous, reports also claim that this version of the film’s script was like a version of Lifetime’s biopic about Aaliyah, which flopped with audiences and was never approved by the late singer’s family.

Also, John Singleton’s version of the script was to include a look into Tupac’s relationship with the late Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes of  TLC.

If you recall, the Tupac biopic has not received the best reviews.


Related: See How NFL Superstar DeSean Jackson & Rapper Blac Youngsta Respond To ‘All Eyez On Me’ Critics


Actress/ Producer Jada Pinkett-Smith even condemned the film, calling it ‘deeply hurtful.’


Related: Jada Pinkett Smith Says ‘All Eyez On Me’ Is “Deeply Hurtful”


 

Tupac’s family cannot speak on the ‘All eyez on me’ or his estate due to contract so I will. Tupac family isn’t happy with the movie and before Tupac’s mother passed she wanted @johnsingleton to produce the film, not LT Hutton. John had a better script from the receipts I have. In particular, John was going to tell the untold story about Left Eye and Tupac relationship that a lot of people don’t know about. The story about John having a rape scene isn’t true! The film was rushed and they only spent around 48 days on the entire movie. You may have noticed Tupac’s estate who runs his Instagram account @2pac has yet to promote the movie?????? @50cent is not hating when he says the movie is not put together correctly…. he just knows the public has been played by this producer who put out the film despite many people disagreeing. As a director of movies and hit show series… 50cent respectfully has a duty to give you the real. The truth is most of the people promoting the movie 2Pac didn’t even like or was beefing with before his death. This version of the movie originally was suppose to be the “next Aaliyah movie” & we all know how that played out. John Singleton script is the real movie and the one Tupac’s mother wanted for her son legacy. I never met John or ever spoken to him I’m just giving y’all the real tea as always. Although Demetrius Shipp Jr was a great actor in this film… he wasn’t the first choice despite the lies that were told on The Breakfast Club by LT. In fact, In 2015 actor (@MarccRose ) who played Tupac at the end of the Compton movie was the person who they wanted to play in ‘All Eyez On Me’. (Those Receipts are available as well (text messages). However, Marc decided he didn’t want to do it. MarccRose walked away because John Singleton left and he found out Afeni Shakur was not on board. Jada Pickett Smith was never contacted by LT Hutton or handed the script to approve. Originally, Jada was in the talks of being consulted when John Singleton was there but before it could get there LT Hutton shut it down by firing John Singleton and going his own route. Now we all know if Tupac was alive Jada would have at least read it…. SWIPE??

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