Justin Bieber Raps Tupac and Biggie on ‘Angie Martinez Show’

Justin Bieber

Justin Bieber may be one of the biggest pop stars in the world, but he still knows his hip-hop. During a visit to “The Angie Martinez Show” on Thursday, the 18-year-old singer shared his love for Tupac.

“I grew up listening to different things,” he said. “My dad loved Tupac, so he introduced me to Tupac when I was really young. I could spit a Tupac verse when I was like eight years old.”

He then proceeded to rhyme Pac’s “Until the End of Time” and “Thugz Mansion.” He showed Biggie some love too with a few bars from “Warning.”

Plus, the Biebs spoke about running around naked in his new mansion, wanting to meet Denzel Washington, and the evolution on his new album Believe.

“I think that guys are starting to like my music more. I think that older ladies are starting to like my music more,” said Justin.

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37 Comments

  1. MmmHmm

    I JUST CANT TAKE HIM SERIOUSLY…

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    Jay Reply:

    @MmmHmm, smh jealous

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @MmmHmm, Why is Ellen rapping on Angie Martinez show?

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    Shapey Reply:

    @MmmHmm, Lol me too =D

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  2. Boatango

    I don’t care how many rounds he does on black media outles, or how many hip-hop artist he has on his album. This kid isn’t getting a Ghetto Pass from me.

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    MinajRules2012 Reply:

    @Boatango, Agreed. Uses black music to get famous. Yet, where is his black girlfriend? That erks my nerves, him & Justin Timberlake wanna capitalize on the black market, but where is your black woman, I bet he can’t take a black woman home to his mom.

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    Jordan Gabriel Reply:

    @MinajRules2012, Justin Timberlake wants to capitalize on black market? where does that come from? So you can’t be white and like RnB? Timberlake on FutureSex had his own sound, nothing black about it.

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    Jay K Reply:

    @Boatango, HYFR

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    Theblackgirl Reply:

    @Jay K, yeah cause that’s totally what he is trying to do, get a ghetto pass, it has to be a life long dream of his … I mean really who doesn’t want the ghetto to want them ? -___-

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    XO till we overdose Reply:

    @Boatango, Who said he was looking for a ghetto pass? Are you saying that I can’t hang out with black people or listen to hip hop unless I grew up in the ghetto? Keep your ignorant racist comments to yourself.

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    Frankie Reply:

    @Boatango, I highly doubt Justin cares.

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    CATNIP Reply:

    @Frankie, LOL exactly

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  3. Ice

    I’ll say it again, Bieber is black. Our eyes must be seeing inverted colors that make him appear white, but he is in fact black.

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    Cherryfalls Reply:

    @Ice, I’m sure you were trying to pay him a compliment, but it’s comments like that; that perpetuate closed minded thinking. You can’t act a color and your comment is suggesting that listening to rap and hanging around black people makes you somehow black. Justin Beiber is white.

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    LAURYN Reply:

    @Ice,

    EVEN BLACK RAPPERS HAVE RHYTHM!!! JUSTIN CANT MOVE FOR SHIT

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  4. Triniti

    LMAO at all yall haters. This dude is not DRAKE — he did not come from a rich family only to try and act hood; he grew up poor and busked to get money for his family. The new album is dope, but with Usher & Bei Maejor in your corner, what do you expect? Not to mention he’s smacked puberty in the face. You all need to grow up and give credit where credit is due.

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    Lauren Reply:

    @Triniti, You took the words right out of my mouth!

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    Jay K Reply:

    @Triniti, So what? Is there a law that says people from rich families can’t do hip-hop? Now you’re being stupid.

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    Morgan Reply:

    @Jay K, Her point is obviously that the JB hate is unwarranted and Drake is trying to convey a lifestyle that he knows nothing about, dumbass. You’re the stupid one if you don’t understand that!

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    Lisa Reply:

    @Morgan, I think coming from a rich family has nothing to do with the life Drake is living. He is not claiming to be hood, he never has. I know it has very little to do with this post, but just because you’re from a rich family does not mean you should rely on that to support you in your own life. Drake is supporting himself right now and that is what a lot of people cease to understand. Being a succesful rapper is hard work.

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    Ramon Reply:

    @Jay K, You want some cheese with that whine?

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    Trace Reply:

    @Jay K, Backlash from the Drake fan lmfao….never saw that one coming!

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  5. TheDreamer

    I might have to listen to the album. It’s getting good reviews and what i’ve heard sounds pretty good.

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  6. Boatango

    Ok allow me to clarify my comment. I don’t give a damn what that boy listens to, my problem is that what he’s doing is not genuine or sincere. What he’s doing is trying to obtain validation and thumbs up from the black community for ripping off Hip-Hop/R&B music. If this was Robin Thicke, Adele or Jon B I wouldn’t be questioning any of it because it’s coming from an honest place. This kid is doing what He thinks is trendy in order to boost the sales of his album and I will not give the validation he’s transparent attempt to win people over. Justin Timberlake did it until the whole Superbowl fiasco happened and then he went out of his way to distance himself from the backlash. Basically, what I’m trying to say is that it’s not ‘Trendy’ to be black or to act ‘Hood’ and I do not support it.

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    CATNIP Reply:

    @Boatango, he is genuine tho, you should search about him cuz now you are just looking like an ignorant racist douche bag.

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    White Boy Reply:

    @Boatango, You’re ignorant. He was raised with strong hip-hop influences in his life. That’s how he grew up… his personality was shaped by his love for hip-hop. Now that he’s 18 he’s still learning more and more about himself. He’s not doing this for sales. This is who he really is.

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    Idahosa Reply:

    @Boatango, hey man before he was discovered, i mean u shoulda saw his hairstyle he had short hair with those parts that lil black kids had, no joke, dude rapped lil bow wow wen he was like 7…….. Justin has ALWAYS had hip hop in his life, but even if he didnt, who cares hip hop is amazing ya feel me? Plus I think justin likes blacks and latin girls more than even white girls….juss sayin

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  7. Get Yo $H!T Homie

    the ‘down’ white boy thing is played the f_ck out

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  8. CATNIP

    @Boatango, he is genuine tho, you should search about him cuz now you are just looking like an ignorant racist asshole.

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  9. CAN REAL RnB PLEASE STAND UP

    He is doing the most with this whole i love rap s__it

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  10. Hahaha

    Damn! This boy be acting like he’s chris brown. Smh

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  11. cOMEaTmEbRO

    I wanna like Justin, but I just can’t take him serious. It’s pretty obvious he’s trying to pull in the “black community”.

    I bet before he even came into the industry he had never listened to a Pac or Biggie song.

    Where was the Pac and Biggie lyrics when he 1st came out? Because he sure as hell wasn’t rapping them then.

    I wish him the best, but he needs to stop “acting” and just be himself.

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    CATNIP Reply:

    @cOMEaTmEbRO, you should search buddy.

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  12. Lisa

    I know plenty of Caucasian boys and men who can spit a few rhymes, it’s nothing… Our ears hear the same shit, so all there is to it, is simply listening to the words. I don’t know why people are getting hyped over this. It is not Justin Bieber that is trying to “be down”, it’s either his people of the media that is trying to make it seem like he is. I think the kid is just enjoying his job.

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  13. Roman

    It’s funny how they BIG-UP Justin for being a POP STAR and crossing over to rap. But they chastise Nicki Minaj for crossing over on a couple songs.

    Hip-Hop isn’t meant to be just serious, stop.

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  14. -.-

    why….whyy…????
    i have nothign against this teenie sensation. but the prolem is he is ruining legendary songs ….
    you are a teenie star bieber… nothign more.

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  15. african bieber

    This is 21c to all JB haters and racists… Seriously haters a boy is trying to show his skills and there is nothin wrong wth it… If u can spit ryhmes then spit, if you can rock then rock its not somethin to make a fuss about…. If u dnt wanna his music then don’t but he not tryin 2 pass anywhr and anyone he’s just doin his thing@ boatango and other ignorant racists…………SHIZIT

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