Suge Knight Slams Drake's "Taylor Make Freestyle" Diss Track" Calls It a "Bad Look" and Blames Snoop Dogg for Tupac's 'Downfall'

Suge Knight Weighs In on Drake's Diss Track with A.I. Tupac: "He never was a pawn"

Suge Knight and Snoop Dogg Criticize Drake's Use of Tupac in "Taylor Made Freestyle"
Suge Knight recently weighed in on Drake's controversial use of artificial intelligence (A.I.) to emulate the voices of iconic rappers Tupac and Snoop Dogg on his latest track, "Taylor Made Freestyle," which serves as a diss towards Kendrick Lamar

Knight, known for his involvement in the hip-hop industry, criticized the move, calling it "lame" and accusing Drake of using Tupac as a mere "pawn" for entertainment purposes.
During the latest episode of his Collect Call podcast, Knight expressed his disapproval of the song, particularly its use of Tupac's likeness. 

He emphasized that Tupac was not someone to be manipulated and used for diss tracks, stating that Tupac was a "king on the chessboard" and should not be portrayed as a pawn in the game of rap feuds.
Putting him on a song and dissing Kendrick [Lamar] for everybody entertainment — that ain’t how it go. Then putting him on a song with Snoop, who was a part of his downfall and exit, ain’t ever a good look. ‘Pac was a king on that chessboard. He never was a pawn, so he can’t make him be a pawn now.

- Suge Knight

Moreover, Knight called out Snoop Dogg's involvement in the track, attributing him as a contributing factor to Tupac's downfall and exit from the music scene. 

He suggested that featuring Tupac and Snoop Dogg together on a diss track against Kendrick Lamar was a "bad look" and disrespectful to Tupac's legacy.

Listen: Suge Knight Speaks on Drake's Diss Track "Taylor Made Freestyle" featuring 2Pac & Snoop Dogg AI.

Snoop Dogg also reacted to the controversy surrounding the song, expressing confusion and disbelief in a video posted on Instagram. He questioned the validity of the situation and expressed his intention to return to bed, indicating his desire to distance himself from the drama.

Additionally, Mopreme Shakur, Tupac's brother, voiced his disapproval of Drake's use of Tupac's image for beef. He echoed Knight's sentiments, stating that Tupac's legacy should be respected and not exploited for personal gain or feuds within the rap community.

Overall, Drake's decision to incorporate A.I.-generated vocals of Tupac and Snoop Dogg into "Taylor Made Freestyle" has sparked controversy within the hip-hop community, with figures like Suge Knight and Snoop Dogg himself expressing skepticism and criticism towards the track's portrayal of Tupac's legacy and involvement in rap beefs.

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