Music show host says he doesn’t want to see another ending like the one from the Biggie and Tupac beef.
By: Taren Vaughan
Co-hosting on BET’s 106 & Park going on seven years now, Terrence J. is a natural when it comes to his job, which will be undergoing a major change soon here. Getting the chance to sit and chat face to face with all kinds of celebrities, bickering back and forth with Rocsi on the regular and being given the task of keeping a crowd of youngsters going non-stop, the fun probably never ends for him.
During this last episode however, all jokes ceased momentarily. Terrence took a moment on yesterday’s airing of the show to address the bar fight that went down involving Chris Brown and Drake in a more serious manner.
As he spoke on what happened, a dated picture of the late Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur was shown on the screen behind him. He added in that he doesn’t want to see anything go down between Chris and Drake that mirrors the events from the Biggie and Tupac beef. Praising both artists for their talents, he said he just doesn’t want to see them lose their lives over foolishness. Terrence even offered up the 106 & Park set as a place for Chris Brown and Drake to hash out their differences and squash the beef before anything got way too serious.
The animosity that surfaced from the Pac and Big beef was beyond crazy. It had people from opposite sides of the country pure hating each other. And as far as Tupac was concerned, everybody associated with Biggie was a target for diss records and vicious slander. And when it was all said and done, two incredible talents were lost. Just seeing how that story unfolded, Terrence J. made it a point to say his piece.
As many people are finding humor in this situation, I think it could be agreed that music beefs should stay in the studio and not resort to violence.
Do you think this feud has the potential to escalate? Or will it fizzle out before things get any uglier?