Former NFL running back-turned-rapper Arian Foster (aka Bobby Feeno) is catching some heat on Twitter for his latest comments regarding the music of the legendary 2Pac. During a recent interview on Van Lathan's "The Red Pill" podcast, Foster said that he thinks it is "dishonest" to say that Pac's music was "deep." 

"Pac is my favorite artist of all-time, but to pretend that his music was just out of this world, intellectually deep, is just dishonest," said Foster. "I will listen to a 2Pac record faster than anybody else, but to pretend it's as deep...[2Pac fans] conflate who 2Pac was as a person with who 2Pac was as an artist."

Foster admires the rapper so much he even named his debut album Flamingo & Koval, the intersection where 2Pac was shot and killed on Sept. 13, 1996 in Las Vegas. Despite the former Houston Texans tailback calling the west coast legend his favorite rapper of all-time, that did not stop fans from destroying Foster on social media for his stance. Here are some of the best comments.

Make sure to check out Lathan's full discussion with Foster in the media player below.