Former Bad Boy artist Shyne has reinvented himself since getting out of prison from a 9 year bid stemming from a shooting in a night club in 1999 involving Puff Daddy. The two were recently spotted together in Paris for fashion week. In a recent interview Shyne discussed the importance of reconciling his differences with his former friend and boss. Find out what Shyne had to say inside!
In the interview with XXL Magazine Shyne stated, “”You can’t overstate the cultural significance of what Shyne and Diddy reconciling means,” wrote Shyne. “You know I’m about it when it comes to them hammers, thus unfortunately this could have ended like Tupac and B.I.G. But what if Tupac and B.I.G ended like this and reconciled? He continued on to say, “”On a scale of what this says to African and Latin American men, who have been trained to self hate and to self-destruct, this is a watershed moment,” he wrote. “The paradigm shift that’s taking place as the way Afro and Latin American men deal with each other is tremendous. This could be a gigantic step in putting an end to the cycle of hate and violence that is self-genocidal and destroying the minority community by sending fathers off to jail or an early grave.” Shyne formally known as Moses Michael Levy has been exiled from the United States since his release from prison has been following the religion of Judaism.