“2Pac was a homie, y’know, we met him through the Digital Underground squad,” he began. “We started getting’ on with ’Pac, and so when we’d get on, he would show up to our shows in the Bay and roll around with us, and he’d bring these big-ass sacks of some bomb-ass Bay weed.
“And he had a hand cannon with him, y’know what I mean. He was like, ‘Oh ya’ll are going into East Oakland today? Okay, I’m comin’ witchu, y’know, I’ma watch your back.’ And from then on, we were friends.”
Though they drifted apart after ‘Pac signed to Death Row, B-Real pointed out that “he was a wild one” even before getting involved with Suge Knight and co.
Check out the “Insane In The Membrane” hitmaker talk about his friend at the 38:54 mark below:
In 1996, 2Pac was tragically shot and killed after leaving a boxing match in Las Vegas. He was taken to the hospital following a drive-by attack, which is where he passed away six days later after succumbing to his injuries. He was 25 years old.
Earlier this week, attorney Ross Goodman confirmed to Las Vegas Review-Journal that the former South Side Compton Crip has yet to secure legal representation despite his arraignment looming.
Goodman, the son of Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman and former mayor Oscar Goodman, represented Keefe D during a brief court hearing in Clark County, Nevada last month, but was not officially hired as his lawyer.
In an emailed statement, Goodman confirmed that he is not representing Davis because the 60-year-old was “not able to meet the terms of the agreement.”