Justin Bieber recently joined Rick Ross on stage at Gotha Club in Cannes. 

The singer also did a rendition of Tupac Shakur’s “Dear Mama” during his appearance at the event, as shown in a video posted by TMZ

In October, Bieber did a graffiti piece dedicated to the memory of Tupac Shakur, as per MTV. In June 2012, the rapper explained how he was introduced to Tupac Shakur’s music.

“My dad loved Tupac,” he said at the time in an interview with New York radio station Hot 97. “So, he influenced me into Tupac…I could spit a Tupac verse when I was eight years old.

“I was raised right,” he added. “My dad had me rapping. There was not much Biggie. Now that I’m in New York, coming to New York, I love listening…I love Biggie. I love listening to his flow.”  

The video of Bieber rapping Tupac’s “Dear Mama” can be seen on HipHopDX here.

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