Death proved to be nothing for Tupac Shakur, as he would release eight albums after his death and star in several documentaries. Tupac Shakur is hands down the most-discussed rapper ever. Sixteen years after his death, many still believe Tupac Shakur is still alive and hiding somewhere.
Every year, it seems, another new story about Tupac Shakur comes out. Last summer, a man named Dexter Isaac came forward and confessed to shooting Shakur at Quad Studios in 1994 under the orders of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond. Earlier this year, the famed manager confirmed his accusations.
Ben Baller has recently been making his media rounds, speaking with “The Breakfast Club” on New York City’s Power 105.1. Today, he appeared on ThisIs50.com and with him he brought another untold Tupac Shakur story. The label executive turned jeweler recently discussed a time when Tupac Shakur was smoking marijuana on first class flight.
Watch the entire interview below: