Tupac master tapes stolen from Suge & Death Row?

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Tupac master tapes stolen from Suge & Death Row?

Post by Big Boss Man » Fri Oct 12, 2018 9:03 pm



A few things that spring to mind

- Must be "digital" master tapes, no OG tapes would be encrypted, damaged yes but any copy protection etc on them, nope

- Pac did three versions of each song (clean/normal version and one where he switched a verse or two up)

- How did he know this though if the Pac tapes are encyrpted ? and if they were encyrpted there'd be no way to acess anything

- The HDDs had "hidden files" like a music vid of Pac as King Tut apparently

- Was behind the Pac's Life album

- Hes in possession of stolen property and has admitted as such so surely he has to hand those over to the authorties now

- Said he knew Pac but would have shot him since he claimed "Blood" & was affiliated with Suge & the Mob Piru's, again makes no sense.

I mean the story could be legit but some things don't add up.

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Re: Tupac master tapes stolen from Suge & Death Row?

Post by Bandit » Fri Oct 12, 2018 10:50 pm

You can't own something you stole. So they're not going to pay him a million dollars for songs, they're going to sue him or get the police to issue a warrant to get them back. Koch Records aren't adhering to the code of the streets not to get cops involved.

Also Mark Anthony Bell (the guy Suge made drink piss because he wouldn't give up Diddy's mother's address) having them doesn't make sense. He was not a record producer, he worked in promotions for Uptown and Bad Boy. And he'd never be close enough to Death Row to take them. He was paid half a million dollars by Death Row to go away after they found out he was talking to the FBI (who were investigating Death Row and Rap-A-Lot for money laundering for gangs in 1996, but they were never able to prove it.)

Big Caz is a rapper and has been in the industry since he was muscle for Ice-T and E-40 back in the day and he did dis Tupac. But Afeni was suing everybody involved with Tupac's recordings so why didn't she sue him?

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Re: Tupac master tapes stolen from Suge & Death Row?

Post by Big Boss Man » Fri Oct 12, 2018 11:23 pm

Exactly, he's in possession of stolen property and surely now he's admitted it on camera they could easily arrest him and get possession of the tapes. I think the story was it was like 10 Death Row security guys vs 3 of his crew which if you think about it unless your armed like Rambo the odds aren't in your favour. But story goes he smashes a window with one of those things that Bart & Milhouse fall out over on the Simpsons (Magic 8Ball or something) so that part alone is :rofl2: Then they manage to steal the "masters" who then are in the possession of the Bad Boy/Uptown affiliated guy. Then there's the encrypted file which randomly opens up the secret "back door" to the hidden files. "You can't make this up" the dude keeps saying and there's a thin line of truth running through everything to keep it quasi believable to a small degree but surely if they stole the HDDs Suge would have sent the Goons after him and his crew to get them back. Apparently Big Suge was locked up at the time but he could still send the word out.

This is from 2016 but he's telling the story about it here too



But like you say no way are Koch, Interscope etc paying this dude $1m for something they legally own. He flips the script by saying he just owns the unreleased stuff. But Tupacs estate if anything would be the legal owner unless he sold them off before he passed. This guy Caz also claims he's affiliated with Bone Thugs & Harmony. I think he's more like a guy they hired for security or something and he's telling stories for his 15 minutes of fame. As again if you do possess unreleased Death Row recordings especially of Tupac and are licensing them for albums etc then you keep that on the down low. You don't brag about it on YouTube because it puts you in the firing line.

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