Snoop Dogg Says He Didn’t Like Tupac’s Biggie Diss Track “Hit ‘Em Up”

By Stermy 3 Min Read

In an exclusive Off-Air interview, Snoop Dogg sat down with Big Boy to discuss his illustrious rap career, which began at the young age of 17 when he was kicked out of his own house.

Snoop Dogg’s journey eventually led him to join Death Row Records, and he provided a behind-the-scenes look at how he got there.

During their conversation, Snoop Dogg opened up about his friendship with the late Tupac and why he didn’t appreciate the infamous “Hit ‘Em Up” diss track directed towards The Notorious B.I.G. He revealed, “Man, I’d say a week before he died, we were best of friends. Two days before he died, I don’t think he liked me. Because we were in New York, and sht had happened. New York ni**as had shot at me and did all kinds of sht to me, just the worst sh*t you could think of, and I forgave ’em.”

Snoop Dogg went on to explain how he was interviewed about his thoughts on Puffy and Biggie, and his response rubbed Tupac the wrong way. “I wasn’t thinking about [2Pac’s] emotions; I was thinking about the way I felt at the time. I wasn’t into any controversy. I liked their music, they were our friends, and we were all friends at one point,” he said.


He further elaborated, “There’s video footage of all of us hanging out. ‘Pac, Biggie, Puff, Suge [Knight], all of us together prior to Death Row, just on some regular sh*t. So that to me, I never saw myself getting involved.”

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Snoop Dogg also revealed that even when Tupac played “Hit ‘Em Up” for him, he didn’t like it.


He believed that the song would only bring more problems, and that there were gangstas everywhere. “I think he got to the mindstate that, ‘We the muthaf**kas, and ain’t nobody like us.’ Always people like us everywhere,” he added.

This candid interview provides an intimate look into the complicated relationships and emotions that existed between some of the most iconic figures in the rap industry.

Check out the full conversation below.

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