As usual, first before the bitters see
As USA Network gears up for the release of their Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. series, Bokeem Woodbine made a rare media appearance this week on The Breakfast Club. The long-time actor, explained his exile from Hollywood, which he cited ran from 2001 to 2016.
With the native of Harlem gearing up to continue his career in the mainstream, he touched on some are stories about his late friend, Tupac Shakur. If you remember two years ago, it was revealed that Makaveli wanted to end his music beefs with both The Notorious B.I.G. and Mobb Deep.
While peacing things up with Nas just days before he died, Tupac was already in the process of starting Death Row East with Suge Knight. Well, Bokeem revealed that Pac also planned to actually work on a collaborative album with those parties above, including a featured single with the four.
Take a look at more from the full interview below, where he touches on hilarious being mistaken for Treach by Tupac when they first met and more. Let us know below what you think.