Tupac Shakur calls out Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s hypocrisy in a never-before-seen MTV News clip of the rapper discussing greed in America.

In the 1992 unearthed video, Pac describes America’s greediness as something learned and scolds the wealthiest for not giving back. He says everybody needs a little help especially the youth and minorities.

“We’re taught this from school,” Tupac says. “Everywhere. Big business. You want to be successful? You want to be like Trump? Gimme, gimme, gimme. Push, push, push.”

Shakur also goes on about the economic disparities that plague America between the haves and the have-nots. He suggests that the wealthy shouldn’t wait to help the people who need it, before it’s too late.

“It’s too much money here,” the Thug Life rapper says. “I mean, nobody, should be hitting the lotto for $36 million and we’ve got people starving in the streets. That is not idealistic. That’s just real. There’s no way Michael Jackson should have, or whoever Jackson, should have a million, thousand, drupel, billion dollars and there’s people starving. There’s no way. There’s no way that people should own planes and there are people who don’t have houses.”

Tupac’s 1992 MTV News interview is as follows.

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