Says 2Pac’s Music Wasn’t That Deep
… Internet Goes Beserk
1/11/2019 8:12 AM PST
FULL DISCLOSURE … Arian is a rapper himself (he’s really good) and a HUGE 2Pac fan, so much so that the name of his debut album is “Flamingo & Koval” the intersection where Shakur was fatally shot.
Arian says he named the album that because of how deeply Pac’s music has affected him, but when he sat down on “Van Lathan’s The Red Pill” podcast, he offered something most 2Pac fans don’t, a critique.
“Pac is my favorite artist of all-time, but to pretend his music was just out of this world intellectually deep …”
Arian’s point was that rap has evolved since Pac was around, and when compared to some of the artists dealing with super cerebral topics now, Shakur’s topics were more simple.
Welp, that’s not how the WORLD saw it, and now Foster has been taking major heat from fans who still have a ton of California love for Pac.
Here are some of the best responses …
“55 seconds of Arian Foster proving why NFL needs better helmets. Lmao. STFU dude.”
“Yeah, I’m cancelling him before I even hear his music. I’m petty when it comes to Pac.”
“Arianfoster your comment about Tupac is Kanye West-level crazy wrong.”
BTW … we should say, there were also A LOT of people who agreed with Foster, and a debate is happening. But, they were much more polite in their comments.
So, right now, it seems like it’s just Arian against the world. Listen to the full episode of “Van Lathan’s The Red Pill”