Of course, we should probably note that L.T. Hutton’s recent interview with TMZ acknowledged that All Eyez on Me is not a beat for beat recreation of Tupac Shakur’s life. Specifically, he said that he took some artistic liberties to portray the “Holy Trinity,” which consisted of who Tupac was, who he wanted to be, and who Shakur needed to be so he could survive in the rap world. That’s a pretty subjective direction to take a narrative like this. Personally, I think this might poke some holes in the credibility of his claims, but it is still clear that Hutton stands by his work as a proper Tupac story.