In the diss track ‘Against All Odds,’ Tupac accuses Jimmy Henchman and Haitian Jack of setting up the infamous 1994 shooting outside of Quad Recording Studios in New York, in which Pac survived five bullet holes.
He also accuses Haitian Jack of being a government informant.
More than 20 years later, Haitian Jack — real name Jacques Agnant — addressed the shooting in an interview with Hip Hop Wired.
“Whenever it comes to ‘Pac it feels like I’m blamed. I know who’s behind it and we’ll get into that one-day,” Jack told Hip-Hop Wired. “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.”
Jimmy Henchman, who Jack is clearly referring to, is currently serving life in prison.
Jack also dismissed Pac’s lyrical claim he was snitching for the Feds.
“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],” said Jack, who was deported back to Haiti back in 2007.
It had been reported that Henchman fessed up to ordering Tupac’s shooting during one of his many legal ordeals. Henchman has since denied that. But now Jack’s words give more credence to Henchman as the culprit.