On July 24th the Gang Starr Foundation member will drop an LP, I.M. 4-Eva, and a hard back, 36-page book titled "The True History of Gang Starr." Here's an excerpt from the book...

"I remember telling Guru I thought Solaar was a sucker. I asked him to get some water, and we were performing on stage, and he said OK but he didn't do it. I was like 'Yo, does your boy think he's part of the clique?' And then he started being out with Guru but not us. We were in Utah and Guru actually left with that dude, he left the tour. We had two shows to do. Guru left and we ended up doing the show without him, a Gang Starr show. We did mad songs, Premier DJed and did a lot of the joints, we had the crowd singing along or whatever. It was crazy. Guru called me afterwards and said he and Solaar wanted to tour but that he wanted to bring me too. He wanted me to speak to his boy Solaar. This was when Solaar was still new with him. I said, 'Yea I'll speak to the boy.' He put him on, and he said something, and because of the way I was talking to him, Guru said 'Yo, I don't feel how you talking to my man,' shit like that. Then he said 'We ain't even gonna take you.' Then I started screaming on them, both of em. I never heard from them again after that shit. Next thing you know I was speaking at the memorial. "

Yikes.

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  • eatshit

    guru sounds like he was becoming a sucker. Oh well, the nigga dead now.

  • dirk

    Just sad. Don't know how to feel about this...

  • scjoha

    Note to editors of the book:Please delete one of the a's in Solaar. It talks about that "super producer" Solar, not about MC Solaar, the french MC whom Guru used to work with in the 90's.

  • scjoha

    And I don't care if Guru was becoming a sucker. If so, Solar made him that. RIP Guru

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