Which Rapper Discovered Michael K. Williams?

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As the world mourns the unexpected death of Michael K. Williams, more is being revealed about his illustrious career. Williams went on to become one of the most beloved actors, known for his complex on-screen characters in film and television roles. But he was a struggling artist before becoming an in-demand star. Luckily, a chance encounter with Tupac Shakur will change everything for him.

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In the early ’90s, Williams was going through a rough patch and couldn’t find steady work after her gigs as a backup dancer dried up. He wanted to transition into acting full time, and luckily, Tupac spotted a mesmerizing photo of Williams while shooting a movie.

“Pac found me with a Polaroid,” Williams explained in a 2020 interview breakfast club. “He was in New York shooting a movie called Gun Shot And they were looking for a role to play the younger brother. ‘Pac saw a Polaroid picture of me.’ The film became Williams’ first film role.

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Ironically, Williams joked that her photo wasn’t the best, explaining that she wore a purple sweatshirt against her chocolate brown skin.

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“he saw the mark [on my face],” Williams continued to explain, referring to his infamous scar going down his face, which he once got after being bitten with a razor blade in a fight. “He was like, ‘Who is this dude?’ And he goes, ‘Find this dude.’ He tells me in the limousine scene, he says, ‘I saw your picture and I saw the mark’ and he says, ‘This dude looks too duped to play my little brother.'”

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Ironically, another close friend of Williams, James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosamond, and Tupac didn’t get along. But Williams says he stays away from beef.

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“I’m the spokesperson for Creampuff Guys,” jokes Williams. “I don’t involve myself in some conversations. That was none of my business Charlemagne. Now you want to go shopping? You want to eat? I know where all the fly restaurants are. I can show you.” .. That’s my thing. I know new dance steps. I don’t know what ‘Pac was doing there and I don’t want to know. It’s none of my impressive business.”

Tupac realized that Jimmy was involved in a 1994 robbery and shooting at Quad Studios in New York, which nearly took his life. Still, Williams says he didn’t want any part of the drama.

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Williams considers Tupac as her role model. He credits Tupac’s versatility as an artist as much as he tried to model throughout his career.

“I was afraid of that brother—I literally trembled around him,” he admits. “I was older than him.”

Williams recounts a story of trying to find a way to bond with Tupac over marijuana smoking. Unfortunately, the plan didn’t go as expected and amidst tense discussions with someone else, Tupac slammed the door in his face. Williams didn’t take the moment to heart. Tupac later died of a gunshot wound in 1996.

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