Emotions Running High
Treach is a 46-year-old rapper and actor from New Jersey, and he’s had a pretty close relationship to both Tupac and Biggie. He recently sat down with VLadTV and opened up about how he was close to Tupac and how he felt about his death. He talked about his song “Mourn You Till I Join You,” which was about Tupac, and how he cried during the writing of the song and would still cry if he heard it today. It was an emotional ending to the interview that caught everyone’s attention, and you’ll want to check it out.
The interview started out with some interesting things that you might not know about Tupac. VLadTV did an interview with one of the police officers that was right next to Tupac when he died, and he claims the rapper’s last words were directed at him.
The former police officer said, “I looked at him and said ‘What happened? Who did this? Who shot you?’ and now he’s looking at me, so we’re looking each other in the eyes and this is kind of the first time he’s even acknowledging my presence… He looked at me and I could tell he was getting the breath together to tell me, and he looked me right in the eyes, we looked at each other and he said ‘F**k you,’ and he said it just like that. With an emphasis on that ‘F’ to really let me know thats how he felt.”
“He said that, and right after he said it he kinda started gurgling, and you could tell he was in bad shape and his eyes… he started to lose consciousness… and as it turns out, that would be his last conscious moment and his last words,” he finished.
So Tupac’s last words were basically: “F**k the police.” It’s an interesting thing to hear about, but Treach didn’t really care for it at all. He seemed a little bit aggravated the whole interview.
Treach sat down to talk about the late life of Tupac Shakur, and things ended up getting pretty emotional. At the beginning, things were calm and he answered the questions with his heart, but as the interview dragged on, he became more and more frustrated with the questions.
The one that set him off was when the interviewer brought up an interview with a man who described the shooting as if he was involved, and he reacted in an aggressive way.