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Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« on: February 11, 2017, 01:18:07 AM »
Are they still beefing or are they cool with each other?

What was the Real reason behind the Big Beef between Chocolate Bandit vs. Tha Realest? They were cool and The Chocolate Bandit aka JR Knight started talking about Tha Realest behind his back is what I heard -- Chocolate Bandit is from Grand Prairie suburb of Dallas and Tha Realest is from Oak Cliff suburb of Dallas -- so they knew each other -- but I know Chocolate Bandit was mentioned on "Easy 2 Be A Soldier When There Ain't No War" -- Was there another reason or was it just the jealousy that Chocolate Bandit had for Tha Realest?

 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #1 on: February 11, 2017, 02:31:34 AM »
Da f u mean they still beefin, it was many yrs ago plus chocolate disappeared from the face of earth n tha realest minds his biz.

I read the beef was staged fake because they both tha realest n chocolate bandit were behind many 2pac leaks so they acted like they beefin to twist traces that they leaked stuff. Hoqever the fake beef became real beef.

Lyrical warfare chocolate bandits solo n there is an ultra rare compilation countryboy records "they open the bawn" w chocolate bandit, jr nites, picasso, 2 thin, etc. any body got it?
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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #2 on: February 12, 2017, 01:43:06 AM »
Da f u mean they still beefin, it was many yrs ago plus chocolate disappeared from the face of earth n tha realest minds his biz.

I read the beef was staged fake because they both tha realest n chocolate bandit were behind many 2pac leaks so they acted like they beefin to twist traces that they leaked stuff. Hoqever the fake beef became real beef.

Lyrical warfare chocolate bandits solo n there is an ultra rare compilation countryboy records "they open the bawn" w chocolate bandit, jr nites, picasso, 2 thin, etc. any body got it?

Grand Prairie & Oak Cliff Texas are not that far go look it up -- I think Chocolate Bandit got real jealous when Suge decided that Realest is our guy and then The Doobie (The homeboy of Tha Realest who was signed to Tha Row Records went at Jr Knight hardcore, and he was done) -- Jr Knight -- there was even the rumor he was gone to join Field Mobb -- The Doobie basically KO'd Tha Chocolate bandit When he dropped the song "What'z Da Deal" and kicked him right in the stomach -- it's one of those things where The Chocolate Bandit didn't understand who he was messing with, but it was Pac's homeboy who is stamped as the guy who was given official status by Pac from Suge Knight -- Chocolate Bandit probably a cool dude but he's in Grand Prairie and Tha Realest is in Oak Cliff
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #3 on: February 12, 2017, 03:04:54 PM »
2 nobodies who were responsible for putting out 2pac bootlegs
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #4 on: February 12, 2017, 05:23:01 PM »
Why would Tha Realest leak Pac tracks in the first place? What was the logic/thinking behind doing this as it would be obvious what was going on plus its not like he would've banked major loot selling them to some DJs in the quantities he did.

I always wondered what the background of those leaks was as DR security was monumentally tight and a zillion Pac tracks just flew to the streets not long after he was popped.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #5 on: February 12, 2017, 05:52:34 PM »
Why would Tha Realest leak Pac tracks in the first place? What was the logic/thinking behind doing this as it would be obvious what was going on plus its not like he would've banked major loot selling them to some DJs in the quantities he did.

I always wondered what the background of those leaks was as DR security was monumentally tight and a zillion Pac tracks just flew to the streets not long after he was popped.

$$$ even tho it wasn't a lot but its not these 2 nobodies were actually making money off there own music 
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #6 on: February 12, 2017, 06:00:56 PM »
Why would Tha Realest leak Pac tracks in the first place? What was the logic/thinking behind doing this as it would be obvious what was going on plus its not like he would've banked major loot selling them to some DJs in the quantities he did.

I always wondered what the background of those leaks was as DR security was monumentally tight and a zillion Pac tracks just flew to the streets not long after he was popped.

$$$ even tho it wasn't a lot but its not these 2 nobodies were actually making money off there own music 

Can it be that it was all so simple then? Suge had them on pocket money, they had potential as being the biggest biters in the industry on a burnt out husk of a label with an imprisoned CEO, why would they risk all that for a few thousand dollars? :p

 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #7 on: February 12, 2017, 10:19:14 PM »
Those guys had nothing to do with the bootlegs. That was a rumor.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #8 on: February 13, 2017, 04:18:05 AM »
Those guys had nothing to do with the bootlegs. That was a rumor.

So whats the truth then, hip cat?
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #9 on: February 13, 2017, 02:17:41 PM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #10 on: February 13, 2017, 02:21:52 PM »
Those guys had nothing to do with the bootlegs. That was a rumor.

Sounded like bullshit from the get go so it's no wonder for me.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #11 on: February 13, 2017, 02:42:02 PM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #12 on: February 15, 2017, 11:41:44 PM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

 

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« Reply #13 on: February 16, 2017, 01:32:54 AM »
with bullshit topics like this irrelevant wannabe 2pac no wonder this forum is dead  8)
 

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« Reply #14 on: February 16, 2017, 03:12:34 AM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

Can you even call them collaborations when the other person is dead?
 

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« Reply #15 on: February 17, 2017, 02:05:53 AM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

Can you even call them collaborations when the other person is dead?

Daz was prob in on this shit too -- he had that Makaveli & Dillinger stuff he was trying to push on the net for thousands -- who knows what was edited vs authentic on that release -- Daz also stole the tracks for "RAW" which the same tracks were on DPG 2002 and TGFR, he stole tracks from Doobie, Mac Shawn, & other Row inmates
Reggie Wright and K9 may have had access since they were part of security for the label -- Chocolate Bandit could have got it through one of these guys and he broke them off some $$$ and the car wash story could be real or fake (sounds like a good fake excuse to tell the boss -- I went into the car wash with a million dollars worth of unreleased pac DATs and decided to give my key to some guy, and he stole them when I was takin a shit...thats like leavin a winning lotto ticket on your dashboard)
What I wanted to know was "Special Kind of Mother" a 2Pac "Dear Mama" sequel track that Tha Realest remade from an original DAT?? Was Realest supposed to be added to this for the Pac album?
Daryl Harper was saying Tha realest did stuff for pac on behalf of the label
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #16 on: February 17, 2017, 03:16:20 AM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

Can you even call them collaborations when the other person is dead?

Daz was prob in on this shit too -- he had that Makaveli & Dillinger stuff he was trying to push on the net for thousands -- who knows what was edited vs authentic on that release -- Daz also stole the tracks for "RAW" which the same tracks were on DPG 2002 and TGFR, he stole tracks from Doobie, Mac Shawn, & other Row inmates
Reggie Wright and K9 may have had access since they were part of security for the label -- Chocolate Bandit could have got it through one of these guys and he broke them off some $$$ and the car wash story could be real or fake (sounds like a good fake excuse to tell the boss -- I went into the car wash with a million dollars worth of unreleased pac DATs and decided to give my key to some guy, and he stole them when I was takin a shit...thats like leavin a winning lotto ticket on your dashboard)
What I wanted to know was "Special Kind of Mother" a 2Pac "Dear Mama" sequel track that Tha Realest remade from an original DAT?? Was Realest supposed to be added to this for the Pac album?
Daryl Harper was saying Tha realest did stuff for pac on behalf of the label

If you're going to troll, at least be funny. And if you're not trolling, then by all means seek mental help because you're making up stories that never happened in your head and you're out of your fucking mind.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #17 on: February 17, 2017, 09:42:02 AM »
Love33's Death Row Fan Fiction is something else.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #18 on: February 18, 2017, 02:32:31 AM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

Can you even call them collaborations when the other person is dead?

Daz was prob in on this shit too -- he had that Makaveli & Dillinger stuff he was trying to push on the net for thousands -- who knows what was edited vs authentic on that release -- Daz also stole the tracks for "RAW" which the same tracks were on DPG 2002 and TGFR, he stole tracks from Doobie, Mac Shawn, & other Row inmates
Reggie Wright and K9 may have had access since they were part of security for the label -- Chocolate Bandit could have got it through one of these guys and he broke them off some $$$ and the car wash story could be real or fake (sounds like a good fake excuse to tell the boss -- I went into the car wash with a million dollars worth of unreleased pac DATs and decided to give my key to some guy, and he stole them when I was takin a shit...thats like leavin a winning lotto ticket on your dashboard)
What I wanted to know was "Special Kind of Mother" a 2Pac "Dear Mama" sequel track that Tha Realest remade from an original DAT?? Was Realest supposed to be added to this for the Pac album?
Daryl Harper was saying Tha realest did stuff for pac on behalf of the label

Well, at least Daz knew and worked with Pac when he was alive.
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #19 on: February 18, 2017, 08:20:50 PM »
The story from insiders is that somebody from Death Row had copies of the catalog DATs in their car (maybe transferred to CD at that point) and got it serviced or detailed and they were copied or jacked while the car was in the shop.

I'd heard that one before and it did make a lot more sense as DR were moving loads of reels, DATs and associated paraphernalia around a lot at that time due to the uncertainty of the era. What a clusterfuck/lucky break for the bootleggers that was as some of those OGs, rough as they are, are the definitive versions of the tracks and who knows how many Pac acapellas on newly created wack beats we'd have been forced to endure.

Is it true that one of the versions of "Special Kind of Mother" the lyrics were from 2Pac "Dear Mama 2 (or 3)"? I heard the rumor too that The Chocolate Bandit was one of the leakers selling that shit out of his trunk, which Doobie ratted him out to Suge (who knows if Doobie had copies of the tracks too?) -- I think Pac and Realest were supposed to be on that Special Kind of Mother remake together when they blended it for the "Witness Tha Realest" project -- who knows? maybe someone has some more of the 2Pac/Tha Realest collabos that were made mostly in 98-2000 or has some more light to shed on this?

Can you even call them collaborations when the other person is dead?

Daz was prob in on this shit too -- he had that Makaveli & Dillinger stuff he was trying to push on the net for thousands -- who knows what was edited vs authentic on that release -- Daz also stole the tracks for "RAW" which the same tracks were on DPG 2002 and TGFR, he stole tracks from Doobie, Mac Shawn, & other Row inmates
Reggie Wright and K9 may have had access since they were part of security for the label -- Chocolate Bandit could have got it through one of these guys and he broke them off some $$$ and the car wash story could be real or fake (sounds like a good fake excuse to tell the boss -- I went into the car wash with a million dollars worth of unreleased pac DATs and decided to give my key to some guy, and he stole them when I was takin a shit...thats like leavin a winning lotto ticket on your dashboard)
What I wanted to know was "Special Kind of Mother" a 2Pac "Dear Mama" sequel track that Tha Realest remade from an original DAT?? Was Realest supposed to be added to this for the Pac album?
Daryl Harper was saying Tha realest did stuff for pac on behalf of the label

If you're going to troll, at least be funny. And if you're not trolling, then by all means seek mental help because you're making up stories that never happened in your head and you're out of your fucking mind.

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i noticed that with the never ending tha fakest threads  8)
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #20 on: February 20, 2017, 12:42:59 AM »
Everything I said was true -- Daz dropped 'Makaveli & Dillinger' and he stole "RAW" from Death Row
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #21 on: February 21, 2017, 02:23:37 AM »
Everything I said was true -- Daz dropped 'Makaveli & Dillinger' and he stole "RAW" from Death Row

Yeah, that is true, but the shit you say about Tha Realest is not.
 

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« Reply #22 on: February 23, 2017, 01:32:31 PM »
with bullshit topics like this irrelevant wannabe 2pac no wonder this forum is dead  8)

how u got the nerve to deny u correa?
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #23 on: February 23, 2017, 02:30:43 PM »
with bullshit topics like this irrelevant wannabe 2pac no wonder this forum is dead  8)

how u got the nerve to deny u correa?

for the last time lazy sod i don't know a correa
a real mod would've closed this useless topic ages ago but you pretty much Dead from the neck up you Skiver
 

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Re: Tha Realest vs. Chocolate Bandit BEEF
« Reply #24 on: February 23, 2017, 04:05:25 PM »
with bullshit topics like this irrelevant wannabe 2pac no wonder this forum is dead  8)

how u got the nerve to deny u correa?

for the last time lazy sod i don't know a correa
a real mod would've closed this useless topic ages ago but you pretty much Dead from the neck up you Skiver

Why are u ashamed of yourself?