2Pac Shooting Conspiracy: Chuck Phillips speaks with TAT

This is part 1 of our conversation with Chuck Phillips.

Be on the lookout for parts 2 and 3 coming next!


Truth About Tupac Movement had the opportunity to sit with Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Chuck Phillips regarding the controversy surrounding his LA Times article on the Tupac shooting at Quad Studio in 1994. Many know the story relating Sabatino's claims that he worked with Bad Boy and says why Jimmy Henchmen had set up Tupac with Haitian Jack. Something knew we learned that one of Chuck Phillips confidential sources was Dexter Issaac long before the more recent statement

by Issaac to AllHipHop.com


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Comment by Oil&Peace on August 31, 2011 at 12:46pm
Another great interview from TAT! That's one of the things I thought about a few months ago with Dexter Isaac's confession- that Chuck Phillips had talked about this before and nobody believed him. Tupac had some kind of fatal attraction to shady people, he gets involved with people like Agnant and Henchman then later on with Suge/Deathrow and that drama...wth?? Can't wait to hear the rest of the interview!
Comment by SPARXX on September 1, 2011 at 5:26am
good shit cush, can't wait to peep out the rest of this...interesting how he points out how when pac was beaten and robbed, that they left his rolex. never heard that before. if i am not mistaken it was agnant and henchman who took pac out shopping and bought him that rolex. that would certainly be a subtle yet very clear message to pac who had set him up.
Comment by Don H on September 1, 2011 at 10:28am

wow...listening to the interview givs perspective on how to view the whole episode...hearing it from someone on the sidelines whose been following these stories for  some time  now....great interview

im confused about the incident tho...was it anyone's intention to kill 2pac? or to send him a msg?

if at least 5 shots were fired...then that's a murder attempt....but Phillips says it was a beating...

O n P....good point bout shady ppl being attracted to pac or vice versa....it feels like tupac may have also been curious to seek out the root causes or intentions behind ppls actions...their true motives...which saw him ending up in such situations....

its also funny how these shady types are always giving gifts...like Rolex's n stuff...and with Deathrow it was cars and jewelry too....

Comment by Deepak Kumar on September 3, 2011 at 5:42pm

tupac also hanged with them to get an insight into enforces, drug lords,Brooklyn gansters ....for insight...for his role in above da rim. he wanted to learn & gain knowledge.1 item that wasnt stolen off pac was a diamond-encrusted gold Rolex- because they bought him that..


Songs where Tupac made the most reference to this shooting are Ambitionz az a Ridah and Against All Odds. Listen to the songs carefully and try to figure out what each line means & also study pac's vibe interview & interviews bout 94 shooting. Like Tupac said, "Study your Lessons". "what's down in the dark will come to light


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