West Coast rapper Game has expressed his sentiments toward law enforcement by offering his take on why the murders of late rappers 2Pac and Notorious B.I.G. remain unresolved.
Sharing his opinion on Twitter, Game posted a photo of police talking to a perceived prostitute.
“The exact reason 2Pac & Biggie murders still unsolved !!! LAPD be out here on these h*es #F*ckDaPolicehttp://lockerz.com/s/117250731,” he tweeted July 5th. (Game’s Twitter)
A Georgia police officer recently lost his job after appearing in one of Killer Mike‘s music videos.
According to former Savannah-Chatham Metro Police Dept. Officer Floyd Sawyer’s personnel record, he was fired from the department for appearing in a rap video with his squad car and uniform and then lying to his superiors about it. The rap video was for artist Killer Mike and Sawyer is seen in a ski mask with his squad car in the background with the lights on. In the personnel file, Sawyer admits to being in the video. Sawyer’s participation in the video was not authorized by the department documents say. (KLTV News)
Last year, rapper Lil Cease publicly shared his input on the unsolved murder cases.
“I’m definitely upset about it,” Lil’ Cease told MTV News this week. “I think it’s something they should look into, especially when you see all these other things going on and you see how they pursue other cases. It just seems like when it came to Biggie, it was, ‘Oh, another rapper, another hoodlum, another gangster is dead.’ Same thing with 2Pac. These were two of the most influential figures in hip-hop, and you’re not finding these people’s murderers? Or not even making a real attempt to? It upsets you, ’cause they’re treating them like nobodies but they had a big influence in the game and people look up to them. No matter what they rap about or what they’d been through, they were still human beings at the time.” (MTV)
In June, incarcerated felon Dexter Isaac confessed to shooting Pac in 1994.
“I want to apologize to his family [Tupac Shakur] and for the mistake I did for that sucker [Jimmy Henchman],” Dexter Isaac told AllHipHop.com from prison. “I am trying to clean it up to give [Tupac and Biggie’s] mothers some closure.” Isaac said he was comfortable going on record relating to the robbery and shooting, since the statute of limitations had expired. Legally, no one can be prosecuted for the assault at this time. Isaac was a lifelong friend of Jimmy Henchman, who helped the former mogul set up his first company, Henchman Entertainment, in 1989. (All Hip Hop)
Check out a recent Game interview down below: