Tupac Warned America About Trump in 1992

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A wall dedicated to the memory of US rapper Tupac Shakur is seen on May 26, 2016 in Los Angeles, California. Twenty years after his death, Tupac still reigns. Other rappers have succeeded him in stardom, and promotional efforts around Tupac have been haphazard, but the artist who died at age 25 on September 13, 1996, in Las Vegas, maintains a hold that is among the most enduring in recent times. / AFP / VALERIE MACON / TO GO WITH AFP STORY by Shaun TANDON, "20 years on, Tupac reigns as potent global force" (Photo credit should read VALERIE MACON/AFP/Getty Images)

LOS ANGELES — If you’re Team #DumpTrump, this video may make you say: Tupac saw right through Trump way back in the 90s.

We’ve uncovered an MTV interview from more than 20 years ago of Pac¬†slamming what he calls Trump’s “greed.”

He also drops knowledge about the state of America… that could still be applied today.

“This world is such a… ‘gimme, gimme, gimme. Everybody back off.’ Everyone’s taught that in school, everywhere. Big business, if you want to be successful, you want to be like Trump, ‘Gimme, gimme, gimme. Push, push, push, push. Step, step, step. Crush, crush, crush.’ That’s how it all is.”

Tupac has been called a lyrical genius who was well ahead of his time, and this video from 1992 may prove that point.