Buckshot Calls President Obama's Debate Performance An "Embarrassment," Announces Sequel To Tupac's "Killuminati"

Exclusive: In advance of the second presidential debate, the B.D.I. Thug advises the President that the Hip Hop community "put your ass in place and we will take your ass out."

He was basically the original Joey Bada$$. But 20 years after the then “Buckshot Shorty” first laced up his Timbs, threw on a hoodie and began “spittin’ verbs like an automatic weapon,” the co-founder of one of the most consistently impactful independent Hip Hop labels of all time, Duck Down Music, has progressed to the point of wanting to speak on a subject beyond sucker emcees: Politics.  

Even though Buckshot explained during his recent politically-charged conversation with HipHopDX why he believes “Politics is played out,” the Boot Camp Clik head honcho is now fervently tackling the type of subject matter more commonly discussed on Sunday morning talk shows than during an interview with a rapper in 2012. 

And one-third of the historic group Black Moon (who will celebrate the 20th anniversary of their classic debut album, Enta Da Stage, in 2013) is planning to trail his third collaborative project with producer 9th Wonder, The Solution (due November 13th), by unleashing the type of attack on wax of the powers that be that many a B.C.C. devotee likely never expected to hear the B.D.I. Thug record.

During his discussion with DX, Buck revealed how he plans to shift gears on his next solo LP, and how the forthcoming project is being inspired by his legendary One Nation collaborator’s ominous final recordings. But before making that surprising announcement, the newly reborn political poet offered up plenty of challenging commentary to President Barack Obama regarding what the Commander-in-Chief must do to appease the Hip Hop community that may very well decide whether or not he serves a second term.    

HipHopDX: The first and most important question I have for you during these closing weeks of election season 2012 is … has the impersonation you do of President Obama improved at all since that comical promo video you made for Survival Skills back in ’09? [Laughs] 

Buckshot: That’s funny ‘cause I don’t even be remembering that. [Laughs] I guess. I probably heard him and studied him a little bit more so subconsciously it comes off a little bit more. I definitely study people. And I studied him, so it probably [comes] off a little bit better. I hope. [Laughs]

Buckshot Criticizes Barack Obama's First Debate Performance

DX: [Laughs] You plan on doing any more promo videos as Obama?

Buckshot: Yeah, we was gonna do some skit basically just mimicking the last debate.

[During] the last debate the issue might’ve been this, that and the third but the main topic that stood out was like, Who fighting for the middle class? Who’s gonna get the middle class vote or love? It came down to that.

It was almost such an embarrassment to see Barack put himself in that position. It was an embarrassment. Like, [with] Mitt Romney, how you gonna let duke blow you out of the frame in the presidential debate? The first time you didn’t go by the book, you didn’t go by scripts, you went by your heart. You had a real genuine feeling – people wrote stuff for you but you learned how to use that to your advantage.

This time it was like working for a bank that [is telling you like], “Look, this is how the bank runs. You can use your own discretion, [and] whether you wanna work for this bank that’s up to you after this point, but this is how we run our bank. You ain’t gonna be talking like that now that you work for the bank.” I think that’s what happened [last] time.

DX: I just read a piece in which Rhymefest compared the presidential debate to a Rap battle and said that Obama showed in that first debate that “he’s not a battle MC he’s more of a songwriter/performer.” Do you agree with that assessment?

Buckshot: I would probably agree that comes closest to some type of analysis to saying that the first time he came with – like I just said – what he truly feels. Just like Kanye West came out [on “All Falls Down”] talking about “I ain’t gonna front, I went to Jacob with 25 thou. I did it then and I’ll do it again.” Like, you had good lyrics back in the days and it was sentimental lyrics, somewhat, that hit the hearts of people. Then once you got on you raped the people with the – well it’s Pop talk, Pop culture and whatever-I-gotta-do-ism.

And I don’t got nothing against Pop culture. Pop culture’s a culture; I love it. But, people like Kanye that came out and was like, “Yeah my brothers and sisters with the black nappy head and the red, black and green shirts” and when he got put on he was like, “Man, fuck that red, black and green shit. I’m strictly white girls and Italian clothes.” Like, that’s just how it go.

DX: So how does that tie in to the presidential debate?

Buckshot: Because that’s the same thing that Barack Obama did. He came in [singing] “Jesus Walks” and all that and then when he popped off he came with the “wanna make it stronger, faster” or whatever.

He took it to a level where the people in the middle could still relate to him but they kinda was scratching they heads like, “Huh?” And the people above him was like, “We can understand you but we really still can’t understand you.” Like, no matter what you say White people, the Pop culture and some people are like, “We understand you Kanye but ultimately we still can’t understand you.”

Buckshot Explains What Questions He Would Ask In A Presidential Debate

DX: This second presidential debate is gonna be a Town Hall-style session where undecided voters are gonna ask each of the candidate’s questions. If Buckshot could be one of those questioners, what would be a few of the questions you would pose to the President and Mitt Romney?

Buckshot: The number one question I would pose to the President is “For real, what do you mean you’re cutting off 700 and something [billion dollars] from Medicaid?” Like, don’t just tell us that. I’m in the neighborhood right now [and] as long as it doesn’t affect the people that’s in this hospital that I’m particularly in right now and certain hospitals, but it is!

And that’s my point. Look, the Hip Hop community wants to tell you one thing Barack Obama: we put your ass in place and we will take your ass out. And that’s not a joke.

That’s just saying that really, really, really I hear all of this stuff that’s going down – all of it – but these magazines and these media [outlets] better start taking their props. The same way rappers take props, the media better start saying we want our props. ‘Cause if it wasn’t for us, Barack Obama wouldn’t be in. We all played a big part in that, but the media – which is all of you guys – played a big part. I would tell him, “Look, make sure that the media gets they props.” Because if you noticed this time around the reason why Barack Obama don’t got that same flow or spark is ‘cause the media is [hesitant] like, “I don’t know.” He ain’t getting that same media love.

And it is like a Rap battle because when he got on the stage against Mitt Romney if he’d a talked a show the next day the papers woulda been jumping about “Barack did his thing” and da, da, da. But he didn’t; he got taken out by Mitt Romney. And Mitt Romney didn’t do shit; Barack just got beat because he really didn’t do shit.

So I would say to Barack, “Yo listen, Barack Obama, you need to acknowledge this community.” Like, you need to acknowledge the music community, the entertainment community, ‘cause we are the most powerful community in the entire world. The entertainment community is bigger than the political community; it’s bigger than the police force; it’s bigger than the military. Ain’t no industry or nobody bigger than the entertainment industry. … Entertainment is the one political force that changes the world. We the ones that got China trying to be like America and be down with Buckshot. So you over there trying to pop shots at China but if you would just bring Buckshot over there China might show you some love.

DX: [Laughs] I guess I just don’t understand what he can do to appease the entertainment community in these last few weeks of the campaign season. Like, should he be droppin’ Jay-Z lyrics during speeches and the debates?

Buckshot: No! No! No he shouldn’t sit there and drop Jay-Z [lyrics]. He don’t gotta prove to us that he’s no more blacker than he already is.

But what I’m saying is that now is not the time to distance yourself as far as performance. Someone has to tell you Barack you did a good job with performing and don’t lose that. It’s almost like somebody told him to tone it down and he listened! Someone said tone that Pop, Hip Hop shit down.

It keeps getting back down to that. I call it Hip Hop, but it’s not Hip Hop it’s just hip culture. But at one point in time when you first came in you had the hip culture, and by having hip culture the people related to you. That’s why Mitt Romney is at 48 [%in the polls] and he’s at 47.

I’m looking at some stuff and their talking about how Barack Obama – these are regular people saying Barack’s budget plan to cut Medicaid fucked us over ‘cause we’re poor. A lot of those programs that he fucked got people like myself [upset]. When you make it impossible for people to get medicine then that’s a big problem.

So no, I’m not one of those Barack bashers all of a sudden just because I didn’t see a big 20-block radius welfare cheese line giving out free cheese, butter and money in the name of Barack Obama so now I can say “no, no, no, he did something.” ‘Cause, that’s what it woulda took for everybody in this country to say “yeah, yeah, yeah, he good.”

We have technology; we’re not stupid anymore. You can’t fool people through politics. Politics is played out. Politics used to be hot when nobody understood your language. That’s when politics was poppin’. And, I wanna spread the message across America that we starting to learn politics. Thanks to the computer and every other form of technology, we starting to learn politics no different than a friendly game of basketball. It’s no longer – When they say that’s politics, that’s political language, we used to not understand what that is. We never understood what the deficit is. Now we understand that the deficit is just money that we borrowed from a world bank and we gotta get that money back. It’s that simple!

DX: So, is there anything that Obama could or couldn’t say in these next couple debates that might actually sway you away from voting for him - not necessarily voting for Mitt Romney, but just not voting to re-elect the President?

Buckshot: Um … yeah. This issue with Russia and China needs to be spoken about. ‘Cause, you got people from all different parts of the U.S. that’s started talking about how they gonna not fuck with Barack Obama or try to get him impeached because of the fact that he is causing a problem with China right now over these electric factories. He’s causing problems with China, and China is linked up with Russia. And Russia never liked us, and China is now starting to not like us. And this is real big stuff. We’re not talking about the old crap no more. We’re talking about right now he’s on TV talking about, Yeah, China, we told y’all y’all couldn’t build nothing over here. Well now you got beef with China.

We do, and I do, a lot of business with China, and what we need to know is is there gonna be a situation with China the way it was with Iraq and all the other places?

DX: Are there any other issues – ‘cause the foreign policy discussion’s gonna come up in I think the last debate – you wanna see Obama address directly?

Buckshot: You call it “foreign policy,” right? Like I said, that used to sound fly. Now we understand that it ain’t nothing but policies overseas. It ain’t nothing but programs in a foreign country. It’s a policy in a foreign place, that’s why they call it foreign-policy. Back in the days people wouldn’t have even thought about breaking that down.

So, why are we so interested in foreign policy today? ‘Cause we got the Internet, we doing shows over there, so of course we interested in knowing what the policy is overseas. I don’t really know foreign policy in-depth but I know this: you need to have some type of balanced trade agreement in that foreign policy. Basically, you need to say, “Listen, China, you fuck with our entertainment industry and we’ll fuck with your entertainment industry.” You feel me?

Don’t you notice that young Chinese muthafuckas by the hundreds of thousands all wanna be like us? They got Rap music from America, and that’s the only thing that’s keeping their little dudes from taking on [their government]. You got little niggas in China, they want a democracy. You got little niggas in Sudan, Africa. You got all these places, you go to all these places now and all of them want to be down because our music got the young people going “I could be like them too.”

And everybody wants popularity and acknowledgement. Everybody wants acknowledgement or popularity. I don’t want popularity, sometimes I look for acknowledgement. But that’s what everybody wants, some form of it. So when you start giving little Chinese niggas that’s 12-years-old and letting ‘em know that they’re gonna be a star, them muthafuckas will stop giving a fuck about war or all this political stuff ….

We’re not gonna make no progress by talking from one politician to the next. Two political parties ain’t gonna change the world.

Buckshot Analyzes Tupac's "Black President" Lyric

DX: Now, I wanna wrap up this Q&A by asking you a sort of related question …. Since you were close to Tupac, I was just curious to know if he ever said anything during private conversations that possibly explained his motivation for declaring on “Changes” that “We ain’t ready to see a Black president”? 

Buckshot: Um … what do you mean? Are you talking about in the form of Killuminati or are you –

DX: Just during private conversations did he ever sort of allude to anything that could explain why he would have said something like that? ‘Cause I know at the time, in the mid-'90s, Colin Powell was flirting with running for President [and so I figured the topic might have come up].

Buckshot: I mean, like, [Tupac's] motivation for saying that we wasn’t ready for a Black president primarily was based around what we was going through at the time. Like, him saying [that was implying] that we needed to get our shit together first. If we can’t get along in our own neighborhood, why do we want a Black president? We can’t even get along in our own backyard, so what we think that’s gonna do for us?

And that’s why he created “Killuminati” … because he was killing the bullshit. He said I’m killing the concept of Illuminati. That shit is garbage, it don’t make sense; it’s bullshit. And it is! Let me tell you something, man, if muthafuckas was to know the plan how would you know the plan? That was the main thing that ‘Pac was saying: How the fuck y’all jail niggas know the Illuminati plan and y’all in jail?

Our people is running around and we’ll believe anything. That’s our problem; we’ll believe anything. And because we’ll believe anything, you could just do whatever you wanna do, like put Barack Obama in place – the first Black president – and instead of the whole Hip Hop community and everybody buck whylin’ we was there for the first five minutes, just like any other Rap record.

That’s why I said if we all gonna get together this time, if you gonna make a statement you gotta do something bold, man. You can’t do nothing like no regular shit; you gotta say something like the Hip Hop community threatens that we ain’t voting for Barack if he don’t acknowledge us this time.

DX: Well let’s end on that note. … I’m trying to hopefully get this up to the site by Monday, before the next presidential debate on Tuesday.

Buckshot: I was about to ask you about the next one.

DX: It’s gonna be a Town Hall-style thing where they have people in the audience ask questions. But it’s gonna be like prescreened people and prescreened questions and that kind of thing.

Buckshot: Well of course. But the sad part is no one knows who and how to do that. How do you get prescreened? Because, I’m saying there’s no way that – I can understand that Buckshot himself ain’t gonna get past to be pre-screened, but how is it that we don’t have all the media from Hip Hop stand up and say let one of our media representatives from Hip Hop be there? Whether it be BET, MTV, whoever the fuck. But we need somebody to represent us in that Town Hall meeting or else we just gonna be looking from the outside.

I think that would be just as controversial as the presidential election itself. Like, if you sat up there and you saw Barack Obama and he said “I’m taking the next question” and it was BET, that would have the whole world stunned. Or if they said “It’s HipHopDX,” you’d be like, “Whew! How the fuck HipHopDX get the power to make it all the way there?”

And that would also dead the Illuminati bullshit about how Barack Obama is down with the fuckin’ Illuminati and the Rothschilds and all this other monkey-bullshit.

I can’t wait, ‘cause after this album - I got one more album to do and then after that I’m going in. And I ain’t really told nobody that because I don’t like when people say that and then they don’t do it. So I’m like, look, after this one album I’m definitely going in, and it’s gonna be hard for people to run from that vibe right there. I’m attacking on where ‘Pac left off at, which is killing that Illuminati bullshit. And anybody that wanna challenge me, you better bring the biggest, heaviest guns that you got. And there better not be no pictures of nobody putting up a fuckin’ sign with a circle on it. Don’t show me bloodlines; don’t show me who was related; don’t talk about the Bohemians; don’t talk about the Bilderberg; don’t talk about none of that ‘cause I’ma chew that shit up like cheese. And I’m challenging the whole world – industry and everybody – to come with all of your Illuminati shit and I’ma tear all of it down from every angle.

It’s so crazy and hilarious how we got all of this Illuminati shit, but there’s some niggas called Watch Change or some shit like that and these muthafuckas got an interview on YouTube where they somehow someway got to every member of that so-called Illuminati Society and a lot of them niggas was in Manhattan trying to take a cab to go to they crib! Now you would probably always assume that Buckshot always get in the car, he never take a cab. Meanwhile, you catching the fuckin’ 4 train. So it really ain’t that serious to me …. I just wanted to say that. Maybe that’ll be the next HipHopDX interview: “Buckshot Challenges The Illuminati.”

DX: Yeah, let’s do it. I definitely wanna hear that music though. I thought General Steele did a really great job with his politically-themed album, [Amerikkka’s Nightmare Part 2: Children of War], so …

Buckshot: Whew! But my shit is – I’m going ‘Pac crazy. I’m not really doing the “all my peoples, we gotta get together and learn.” I’m not doing that; I’m doing the “yo, I will smoke your muthafuckin’ ass with a four-fifth faster than a cigarette if you come to me with any of that bullshit.”

DX: Okay, Killuminati Vol. II coming soon!

Buckshot: That’s right; there you go, that’s it.

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  • Anonymous

    ok buckshot you run for president

  • James

    Who the fuck is he and who really cares what he think. And if you stupid enough to listen to a rapper about who to vote for then your dumbass don't deserve to vote.

  • blackbond007

    So the hip hop community is more powerful than the banks, corporations, military industrial complex and Washington lobbyists? Really dude? That's about the dumbest shit I've ever heard. No, the hip hop community didn't put him in office, White people did. The reason behind that? We will get a myriad of answers. And how about learning the difference between MEDICARE and MEDICAID?!

    • Anonymous

      youre wrong. theyre more powerful because you allow them to be. they aren't just powerful because they exist.

  • JMG

    It would be nice to just hear from Buckshot without it being bull like this. You were embarrassed because he didn't murk the debate???? What about everything else he represents? Debates don't mean anything, your policies and the way you go about business does. So if that logic is true, then Romney should be elected off his debate skills alone....come on BDI....stick to talking about Hip Hop or something else...

  • Anonymous

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  • ShystyOne

    So your an idiot if you don't blindly back Obama.....c'mon. Your an idiot if you don't learn what they're talking about and then make an informed dicision. Sheep, smh

  • Boogie

    Yo BS stop spreading BS. Shut the fuck up on subjects you can't speak intelligently about or accurately articulate. You need to go put some paint on yo face you fucking clown!

  • Joe Lewish IV

    Obama will win regardless of the haters

  • WhatYouSay

    I wonder how he felt about Obama's debate performance tonight. Obama did great! Obama 2012!!

  • Sean

    WOW well fuck this clown nigga. Who the FUCK RU anyways homie. Has been nigga nobody in hip hop or politics is fucking w/u homie. Get the fuck outta here w/ your fake ass publicity for your dam self. FUCK U NIGGA. FOR SPREADING BULSHIT!

  • creature

    I'm sure the president doesn't give two fucks about what buckshot thinks, or the hip hop community for that matter- how much do they fund his campaign? not enough for him to worry about it



  • sincerejk

    i love buck, i've bought all of black moon's albums, his collaborative albums with krs & 9th wonder, all the boot camp albums, even the bdi thug album and i've seen him live multiple times. however, he sounds like an idiot when he tries to talk about politics. it seems very clear that he has no idea what he's talking about.

    • Anonymous

      Co-sign. I'm a huge fan and I admit he doesn't have a clue on international policies/relationships with China.

  • Anonymous

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  • why

    I love buckshot music, but how can you turn a blind eye to the historical facts of it all? Thats like somebody saying slavery wasnt that bad for blacks. Experts say its a psychological dilemma. To accept the evidence that proves 911 was a cover up, that you were lied to, or that in fact there is a hidden agenda by an organized mafia which goes far beyond material things, could bring a person to the brink of self induced psychosis. They can no longer trust anyone. Thats why i still get a lil shocked when i hear or see my fav artists act out irrationally about this subject, when its pretty black and white after you have done the knowledge yourself. I understand his underlying point that "c'mon dont believe everything you hear, see, or read." "manifest your own reality" and "do you" but either we delusional or dude got his eyes wide shut if he thinks this is not really happenening

  • Edubb

    Its a shame that some people refuse to at the very least acknowledge the Illuminati. Whether some people want to believe it or not they do exsist and its real. We are seeing the N.W.O. right before our eyes everyday. Hate to say it but the Illuminati was the ones who set up Pac for his demise. Buckshot is the fuckin monkey because Obama is taking orders from all them Illluminati no good bastards. Every president has to take orders from them even Bush. If the president disobeys orders then like I said before look what happened to Kennedy!! But I know at the end of the day people believe what they want to believe even when the evidence is right in front of you all day everyday!! God Bless!!

  • BK

    Only 35% of registered voters even bother to vote anyway...that's why they came up with that sham called "The Electoral College".

  • Edubb

    It doesnt matter who you vote for they already have the winner in place. All this debate shit is just to go through the motions and to have people fooled. There is an agenda that needs to be carried out and if it isnt ..... well just look at the Kennedy's. So debate and argue all you want its all for nothing!!!!!

    • Anonymous

      wat r those reasons i ask?

    • Tedzo

      Obama got some good policies in work already but the fruits 'be seen in the long term. Mitt gets in there and when shit ripens, he'll take credit, steal the show from Obama.

    • BK

      ^^Majority of the registered don't care about the General Election. Fact 65% don't care.

    • Edubb

      I see what your saying but lets say Obama did let Romney win then the burden would be on Romney to carry out the agenda but right now they need Obama to win for a specific reason. If they were to let Romney win then they would have to cancel the current agenda to come up with a new agenda for Romney to carry out. I understand your point that people care but I see something that most dont see, Im not saying Im better than anyone its just that I stopped believing and trusting politics long ago and I have my reasons why.

    • Anonymous

      I mostly agree with you. Obama will continue as President. That's obvious. I do believe that people still need to care though about the process as a whole, cause imagine if Obama just said fuck it, and let Romney win. The point is people still care and that's amazing.

  • ingenting

    What a crock of shit.

  • Anonymous


    • IDK

      Gary Johnson is awesome. Of all of the presidential candidates, he's got my vote. It's a shame that a majority of Americans are blinded by the media for focusing solely on a douche and a turd (Obama and Romney), yet we also have people like Johnson, Jill Stein, and Virgil Goode running for President as well. Democrat and Republican aren't the only existing political parties (nor are they the best) in the U.S.

  • Dashing

    Buckshot, the CLAIM was that Obama took $716 billion out of Medicare, not Medicaid so firstly, you don't have to worry about that. Medicaid is not getting touched 1 bit. Now as for Medicare, he's taking $716 billion out of the hands of insurance companies and hospitals, not patients/beneficiaries. On China, they rely on us as much as we rely on them. Without the US they lose millions of customers and without US companies to have produce items for they lose a lot of jobs. It's a mutually beneficial relationship. No one's going to war with China. Or Russia.

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  • joe5286

    both Obama and Romney work for the bankers.. the New World Order fooled black folks in 2008 by running a black puppet instead of a white puppet. same policies, different face

  • blah blah

    nigga minaj have a hard time wipin that booty. The toilet paper be gettin stuck in her crack. she uses a wire hanger to get it out her crack

  • blah blah

    this nigga likes to get boners and slap them left to right to see where his dick is going to point to. his dick is his GPS. shooooot I hope the nigga don't watch PBS

  • blah blah

    He was the nigga who shaved tupacs head bald. strawberry head a** nigga

  • blah blah

    my niggas...when I wipe my crack out after im done taking a doo-doo, i don't wipe front to back...strictly back only. My testicle sack be running along my forearm. nasty like nas

  • blah blah

    This nigga stuck a straw of wd-40 up his butt...and sprayed. now his droppings are all moist n stuff

  • blah blah

    Yo this nigga will chew ya buttcheeks off

  • bmoc

    Finally someone talking sense. Romney 2012

  • Is It Really True That Niggas Grew Up On Manhattan?

    This guy just turned into my hero.

  • Anonymous

    everytime i think its rumors the movies bring me back triangles are everywhere

  • Anonymous

    just because tupac says killuminati doesnt mean they dont exsist all the symbols in the movies there real

  • Anonymous

    hip hop fans vote?


    lmao Buckshot is a real nigga, I agree with him. Hip-Hop's power is eternal. Obama is starting to make us look weak by succumbing to the aggressive debating style

    • jay

      Hell yeah especially since he knew pac personally not like these fake assholes just riding pacs name and dont know what he stood for which is unification of black men thug the hate u give little infants fucks everyone rip pac!!!!

  • thoughts

    Interesting discussion piece. Some places Buckshot don't make a whole helluva lotta sense, but it's nice to see a site/artist plugged into the bigger issues. Not really seeing anybody besides DX givin' half a fuck.


    "And thats why he created Killuminati because he was killing the bullshit. He said Im killing the concept of Illuminati. That shit is garbage, it dont make sense; its bullshit. And it is! Let me tell you something, man, if muthafuckas was to know the plan how would you know the plan? That was the main thing that Pac was saying: How the fuck yall jail niggas know the Illuminati plan and yall in jail? Our people is running around and well believe anything. Thats our problem; well believe anything." I've been saying this shit forever. I'm tired of seeing "illuminati" shit on Youtube and all these rap sites. Do you really think if a secret organization was running the world, you would have any idea of what's really going on? There's people who work for the gov't who have access to all sorts of secrets and none of that shit leaks and stays locked up for decades or never comes out. Do you really think by watching some Youtube videos you're onto the game? GTFOH. Forerunner777 was a internet marketer before he became a Youtube minister selling DVD's to all the sheep who followed him.

    • Anonymous

      people tupac wont listen to his politics because of the tabloids he wanted his own political party shit was bigger then music

    • Anonymous

      the illuminati put pac in jail the illuminati trashed him with the tabloids the illuminati set him and big up greatest story never told