Diddy may have given the Tupac Shakur biopic his stamp of approval at least according to Tracey Mills who wrote about it in a now deleted post on IG.
“Had to show @iamdiddy The 2pac movie. He was so moved by how well done and truthful this movie is,” he wrote.
Diddy has been long rumored to be involved in the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas. But he has repeatedly denied the allegations. Compton rapper The Game also defending Diddy against the allegations.
The “All Eyez On Me” biopic is set for release in theaters on November 11, 2016. Demetrius Shipp Jr., who is the dead stamp of Tupac, plays the rapper in the movie.