2Pac has been accused of plagiarism, though he has denied it.
But it’s been a problem for years for the rapper, who is credited for writing a number of songs on the 1994 album “All Star.”
It’s been dubbed the “Hurt, Hurt, Hurt” album, and it’s considered one of the most commercially successful albums of the 1990s.
And the music video for the song, which was released by the hip-hop artist’s Legacy group last year, is considered the most violent and offensive ever made.
“This video is so disturbing, it’s so disturbing that you have to watch,” said an outraged Rakim in the video.
“I’m not the one that’s going to sit here and say, ‘Oh my God, this video is a masterpiece.’
I don’t think that’s what people want to hear.
I’m not trying to be the hero or the bad guy.
I think people want me to be honest with myself.”
Rakim, who was the most successful rapper in rap history before his death in 2006, was asked about the video when the rapper was asked on a podcast how he feels about the “All Stars” video.
“I feel so bad.
I feel bad for that video.
I’ve never seen it in my life, never seen anything like that, not even a video.”
It was not immediately clear if the video was part of the Legacy group’s new, official release or if it was an earlier version.
Rakim said in the interview that he had to re-record the song “Hate on You,” a song on the 1995 album “Toxic.”
“That was just a mess.
It’s just a horrible mess,” Rakim told the show.
The song has since been used as the basis for a number by rap artist Kendrick Lamar.
Lamar’s “Tha Carter V” album has been used in the song’s video.
It features a young, black woman and a young man who say they were attacked by a white man and were robbed.
Lamar has apologized to the women for his use of the song.
“Hip Hop has always been about race.
We’ve always been a melting pot of people from all walks of life and races,” Lamar said in a statement.
“So while I’m sure this video was made for an official release, it was a mistake and we hope it doesn’t have any lasting negative consequences for our community.
The video itself is so out of touch with the realities of racism and oppression that I feel that I should apologize for the way it was produced.
I will continue to do my best to educate myself and the next generation about how to be better human beings.”
The video has been viewed over 6.5 million times and was released last week.