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Jermaine Dupri explains why Drake using AI-generated 2Pac & Snoop Dogg verses was ‘really dangerous’

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JD says Drizzy was ‘ignorant' in making the record

and just got off one of the most vicious feuds in history that saw the former utilizing AI to replicate and 's voices in the early days of the beef on the diss track “ Made Freestyle.”

Drizzy was immediately forced take the song down after Pac's estate threatened to sue him. However, according to , the track could have had far more serious repercussions due to Pac's connection with the streets.

“It's not teaching people anything. If you're going to use AI, you've got to use it in a smart way. Because the people that are touching it, at this point, they don't understand some of the things that it can damage, right?” JD explained during a recent panel with Steve Stoute.

“If you look at the Drake song where he used Snoop and 2Pac's voice, I don't think people listened to that and understand how serious people take 2Pac […] I think Snoop understood why he shouldn't answer to it because it could have gotten really dangerous.”

He added, “I've been through every era of Hip Hop. That 2Pac and era, I was there, that shit was real dangerous. This ain't no play-play Instagram shit. There are people that really live that life.

“The fact that you feel like you can just use 2Pac's voice […] To not [issue a disclaimer] and think you can jump on and do things with people's voices, to me, it's ignorance.”

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