Tupac Shakur

Tupac’s 1994 Quad Recording Studios shooting/robbery is one shrouded with mystery… and a turning point in the late rapper’s relationship with Diddy and the Notorious B.I.G.

Pac infamously alleged that both knew he walking into an ambush and didn’t warn him… and would address the incident on the track “Against All Odds,” which appeared on his first posthumous studio set, The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.

In addition to name-dropping rivals such as Nas, Mobb Deep and Diddy (then known as Puff Daddy), he also called out a man referred to as “Haitian Jack,” real name Jacques Agnant.

In a recnt interview with HipHopWired, Agnant discussed the public diss from Pac and also hinted that the rapper’s murderer is currently incarcerated.

“Whenever it comes to ‘Pac, it feels like I’m blamed,” he said. “I know who’s behind it and we’ll get into that one day. But the person that’s behind it is serving life right now. Let me tell you man, whenever you go out of your way to get someone killed, put in jail and slander their character, all those things end up coming back to you — especially a person who has nothing against you or has done nothing to you.”

Although Agnant doesn’t name him, it seems he’s referring to longtime music executive Jimmy Henchman, who has believed to have a hand in Pac’s slaying… and is currently serving a life sentence.

Jack doesn’t implicate Henchman in Pac’s murder, but when asked about his thoughts on him, he did have an opinion. “He is who I thought he was — a bitch,” he said.

In regards to Pac calling him a snitch on the classic song, Jack said: “That wasn’t Pac’s idea. Pac was told to say that.

“Well it’s funny, they all want to claim that I’m linked to the government, but if I was linked to the government I would be in America [now],” he continued. He was deported to Haiti in 2007.