In an August 1992 interview with MTV News, Tupac Shakur had a few choice words about the now Republican presidential front runner Donald Trump.
"If you want to be successful, you want to be like Trump, gimme, gimme, gimme," the late rapper said. "That's how it all is, nobody ever stops."
Shakur, who died in 1996, rails on wealth during the interview, which was recently unearthed by MTV and is making its rounds on the internet.
He says that people need help to be self-reliant, noting that no one was "born independent."
"Even if you earned it, you still owe," Shakur said. "I feel guilty walking by somebody."
Trump, who is coming off Tuesday's New York primary win, has claimed that he has donated more than $100 million over the last five years, but an April 10 Washington Post story notes that none of these donations are with his own money.
Watch the full interview with Tupac below: