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In the interview above, A Tribe Called Quest finally break down their beef with the producers of Michael Rappaport’s Beats Rhymes and Life documentary. Q-Tip explains to Sway how he was accidentally forwarded an alarming email in which these parties schemed to have the group members removed from the film’s credits. I guess record company people aren’t the only shady ones in the bussines and rule #4080 applies to the film industry too.

UPDATE: MTV unleashed the rest of this extensive interview where Q-Tip, Ali Shaheed Muhammad, and Jarobi speak about their concerns with the ATCQ documentary, they give their point of view and discuss issues with the film. The interview is broken down into multiple parts where the get into why they lost trust in Rapaport, how Nas initiated the documentary, and why they didn’t show up for the Sundance premiere.
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