Tupac's 'All Eyez on Me' Biopic Receives Mixed Reviews From Rap Internet

Film still from Tupac Shakur's biopic, 'All Eyez on Me'
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Film still from Tupac Shakur's biopic, 'All Eyez on Me'

Despite receiving mixed reviews, Tupac's biopic All Eyez on Me successfully nabbed $27 million in the box office during its opening weekend. 

Upon its arrival, avid 'Pac lovers trashed the movie for its inaccuracies. Among those detractors included 50 Cent and actress Jada Pinkett-Smith -- a close friend of Shakur. "Forgive me... my relationship to 'Pac is too precious to me for the scenes in All Eyez On Me to stand as truth," tweeted Smith last week after seeing the movie.

On the opposing front, MC Hammer and The Game debunked critics' claims and praised the film for honoring the fallen legend. "Everything seen, said and done ain't meant to be in a movie. #AllEyezOnMe is an EXCELLENT TRUTHFUL portrayal of my LOVED one. I Salute it," tweeted Hammer on Friday (June 16). 

Take a look at some of the Internet's best reactions -- both celebrity and non-famous takes -- to All Eyez on Me below.