Rapper, Future says Jay Z’s ‘Reasonable Doubt’ wasn’t ‘hot’ until 2pac and Biggie died

Posted on December 15 2016 , at 07:39 pm
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  • Future says it wasn't fully appreciated in 1996, partly because of how popular B.I.G. and 'Pac were.

Future and Jay Z
Future and Jay Z

A video of American rapper Future has gone viral after getting bashed for having a different point of view on Jay Z‘s debut album.

During a recent barbershop conversation with Cleveland Cavaliers star LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Steve Stoute, and more, Future shared some thoughts on Jay Z’s classic debut album, Reasonable Doubt.

‘Jay Z wasn’t great when 2pac and Biggie was alive,’ Future said. ‘It was Biggie, Tupac, Ice Cube. [Reasonable Doubt] wasn’t hot until [Tupac and Biggie] died.’

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But just before y’all freak out, Future further explained that he loves the album and thinks it’s great, but that it wasn’t fully appreciated in 1996, partly because of how popular B.I.G. and ‘Pac were.

That is a fair take and one that is probably close to the truth.

In the end it's all love.... And it was just an opinion!
In the end it’s all love…. And it was just an opinion!

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But what do you think? Was Jigga as hot when Big and Pac were still alive?

Hell Nah!

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