Tupac SNL Hosting Appearance With Ice-T Is Hilarious

Tupac SNL appearance would become a hilarious moment and one that is at times forgotten. Tupac and Ice-T hosted a Saturday Night Special on May 4th 1996.

The show starts with Ice-T asking Tupac to a rap for the audience. This would prompt Pac’ to say, “When you meet a plumber, do you tell him to fix your sink?! So how come when you meet a rapper he got to get on stage and start busting lyrics?!”

Tupac then performs the first verse from his song “Only God Can Judge Me” off his album “All Eyez on Me”. After this performance they both sit down to perform a duet to the song “You Don’t Bring Me Flowers,”. A ballad originally sang by Barbra Streisand with Neil Diamond.

Later in the show Jennifer Coolidge, who played ‘Stifler’s mum’ in American Pie, interviews both Pac’ and Ice-T. In a comedic type of way on serious issues, such as teen pregnancy, gang violence and drug problems. The show also featured The Fugees, Rosie Perez and Lauryn Hill.

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A interesting side note about this show, is that Snoop Dogg was meant to be performing “2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted” from the album All Eyez on Me. As told in the book ‘Got Your Back’ by Frank Alexander, Tupac’s bodyguard, Pac’ got a phone call from Snoop saying he won’t be performing. Reason being his dog, Killer, a red pit, was found dead. Snoop want into a state of depression, not wanting to go into the studio. Snoop was hurting a lot over it.

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Pac switched from doing the ‘2 of Amerikaz Most Wanted’ to Only God Can Judge Me. According to Frank Pac’ wasn’t happy about singing You Don’t Bring Me Flowers. Frank recalls that Tupac was embarrassed and the whole way back from the show he complained about it. Although Tupac complained, the skit was hilarious and a great watch.

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Andy is from the North West of England. He has always been influenced by Tupac and the Outlawz. "I'm honored  to be contributing to the O4L movement & keeping the legacy of Tupac Shakur alive!"

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