The Outlawz story will finally be told more than 26 years later and Irv Gotti promises it will be incredible with unheard Tupac and Outlawz stories.
It has been three years since Young Noble teased fans with an Outlawz documentary. Now it appears the untold story of Tupac and the Outlawz is coming soon and Irv Gotti is onboard. Irv Gotti who sold his masters for $300 million dollars to “ignite his future,” appears to have included a Outlawz documentary led by his Visionary Ideas Entertainment company.
“I sold my past to ignite my future. I’m building Visionary Ideas Entertainment into a multi-billion dollar entertainment company. Instead of going to the investment circle and maybe raising $100 million, I did it myself, and I’m betting on myself.,” Irv said explaining why he sold his masters.
Taking it to Instagram on Friday night (August 26), Irv Gotti shared a photo of himself and Outlawz members E.D.I. Mean and Young Noble. “Listen. After hearing all of these never heard before stories of the OUTLAWZ and TUPAC. I think the Documentary needs to happen so the world can hear these crazy Stories. I wanna say more. But just know. It will be INCREDIBLE. #outlawzdocumentary #visionaryideas,” Gotti wrote in the caption.
Sharing the excitement were current and former Outlawz members. “Made niggaz in America. #staytuned,” wrote E.D.I. perhaps giving away the title for the upcoming documentary. “Congratulations on the documentary-docu series @young_noble @edidono4l 💪🏽 rare authentic story 🔥🔥 just have my check ready or I’m coming to shut the down the set 😂 😂🤷🏽♂️,” former Outlawz member Napoleon wrote on his caption and also sharing the photo.
Young Noble who three years ago asked fans if they were ready for an Outlawz documentary also shared the news on his IG, “OUTLAWZ Docu Series Coming soon!!! Y’all think y’all know y’all have no idea! #StayTuned Shout out to @irvgotti187 & @gods_child718 ✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾✊🏾.”
Three years prior, Young Noble posted a photo of himself and fellow Outlawz member E.D.I. via his Instagram @young_noble and provided fans with his own teaser. Noble asked the fans whether they would believe him if he said an Outlawz movie was in the works.
“Me & my brotha @edidono4l got a hellava story to tell over 20 years dedicated to this Outlaw shit! If I told you we had a major movie based on our lives in the workz would you believe me? ,” Noble wrote in the caption back in 2017.
E.D.I Mean also spoke on the documentary when he appeared on Yukmouth TV for an exclusive interview. E.D.I. said the upcoming Outlawz documentary will “be epic” and he “can’t wait for ya’ll to see that.”
“The documentary is going to fill in a lot of gaps,” E.D.I. Mean said. “It’s going to give you a lot of details. Me and Nob are look book ends. He’s the youngest member of the group. I’m one of the oldest members of the group. So everything in between we will be able to bring forth to everybody and give them some of the answers to their questions.”
Partial source: Outlaw4life.com