Waka Flocka Isn't A Fan Of Tupac Hologram: ''I Hated It'' (VIDEO)

The music world is still abuzz about the appearance of a Tupac hologram during Dr. Dre's set at Coachella.

Numerous proposals of other deceased music stars ranging from Michael Jackson to Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopez being brougt back to the stage via hologram have been floated around and overall the response of Pac's 'appearance' has been positive.

One person not happy about the hologram was none other than Waka Flocka, who believes that the dead should rest in peace.

In an interview with Vibe, Flocka flat out stated "I hated it,".

"That sh*t wack. I don't think they should be doing that. Cause they getting paid off a dead man's body. You don't know what a dead man be wanting to do. "

"You gotta let that man rest in peace, he's a great.''

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Comment by Plennymoney on April 29, 2012 at 3:46pm
It goes to show you how relevant the bible is in 2012. First Samuel Chapter 28:7-19. The bible calls this "seeking after familiar spirits' and we are not supposed to do that.
Comment by Slim50 on April 29, 2012 at 3:44pm
I think the Tupac thing wasnt bad, it was original. Now if they come out with Biggies, Left Eye Lopez, Big Pun, Big L etc then it will become corny and a way to collect money without paying artists. A Tupac hologram tour would be cool because not everyone got to go to coachella and see how crazy this hologram stuff is and we all deserve to see something like that. But i don't wanna see Diddys or Fat Joes making money off this hologram stuff.
Comment by Lord cezar on April 29, 2012 at 3:38pm
let 2pac rest in peace
Comment by Lord cezar on April 29, 2012 at 3:37pm
totally agree with him pac is dead stop this hologram s***
Comment by Spades210 on April 29, 2012 at 3:34pm
unfortunately nobody gives a f*** what Wacka think.
Comment by TH3MA$TAHM!ND on April 29, 2012 at 3:28pm
SMH it dnt matter how garbage Waka Flocka's music is, every interview u see that niqqa droppin true gems.. that 2pac hologram has society all hyped up on some bullshyt.. the industry profits to more wack azz rappers depends on s*** like this, so ya tell me if we need another Soulja Boy rappin azz niqqa & all u have to do is attend Biggie's upcoming Hologram performance, aight???
Comment by paul on April 29, 2012 at 3:14pm
In his under illiterate misunderstood way. I agree with Waka. Dre and Snoop just profiting off Pac. Sure, Dre may have coughed up the half a milli to get that s*** done. But I can bet in the future Dre can see $$$ off it and may turn a profit from it if he wanted. The performance itself isn't wack, so I'd disagree with Waka there, but the concept seemed a bit in bad taste.
Comment by jBrizzle on April 29, 2012 at 2:39pm
How can you take someone serious who can't even put a proper clear sentence together. Wacka is irrelevant and annoying. i aint just saying that for this comment. he had one good song and it wasn't anything. F*** Wacka Flocka Flame! Brain dead tool!
Comment by jBrizzle on April 29, 2012 at 2:37pm
he aint right wtf you smoking. That hologram keeping his legacy alive and showing todays hip hop heads what real rap was about at the same time i can agree about the business side of it and how it electrifies records sales as we're seeing now. However as an avid Pac fan from the late 80's i was grateful to see this. Dre spent over a 100k for that and gave it for free at this show. Though he made a wallup in the aftermath ;) i aint no hater. I will admit further holograms would destroy the essence of it all. seeing a biggie one might be cool though but i couldnt care less as biggie to me was just a great ill rapper nothing more. he had no real history to call a legend. Pac is a legend!
Comment by Jay Truth on April 29, 2012 at 2:34pm
Waka just spewing more ignorance (like usual) no one wants to work with this f****** idiot.



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