The film, which hit the big screen Friday, has received a slew of mixed reviews from critics, actors, as well as hip hop artists. Jada Pinkett Smith has criticized the film for how it portrayed her relationship with the late rapper, claiming it was filled with “hurtful” inaccuracies. And we can’t forget 50 Cent’s brief—but incredibly unsavory— review of the film: “Man I watched the 2 PAC film, that was some bullshit,” he wrote on Instagram. “Catch that shit on a fire stick. trust me. LOL SMH TRASH.”
But not everyone was disappointed by the project. The Game defended the biopic on social media, insisting that he loved the movie and wants everyone to support it. He also had some harsh words for the critics:
The Game isn’t alone. Suge Knight and Diddy have also given All Eyez on Me the stamp approval. And MC Hammer recently praised the film, calling it an “excellent” and “truthful portrayal of [his] loved one.” You can check out Hammer's response to the project in the tweets below.
All Eyez on Me is in select U.S. theaters now. The Benny Boom-directed film stars Kat Graham as Pinkett Smith, Jamal Woolard as Biggie, Dominic L. Santana as Suge Knight, and Demetrius Shipp Jr. as Pac.