(AllHipHop News) Supporters of deceased rapper Guru have launched a website dedicated to documenting the downfall of producer Solar
Solar is under intense scrutiny for a series of letters released allegedly penned by Guru before he died of cancer on April 19th.
The website features a number of interviews with Guru and Solar that highlight the pair’s strained relationship, in addition to investigating Solar’s past.
More accusations are hurled Solar’s way via the website, which appears to be registered to a party in Berlin, Germany.
The website claims that Solar helped separate Guru from his friends, controlled Guru’s interviews and even chose what females were right for Guru.
In an interview with MTV.com, Patricia Elam expressed her discomfort in trusting Solar with overseeing Guru’s health.
“When [Guru] started working with Solar, even up until the time he was in the hospital and we learned Solar was the health care proxy, my father and my [older] brother were still sort of like, ‘This is what your brother wanted. We’re kinda gonna go along with it
,’ ” Patricia said. “They were pretty trusting of Solar. [Solar] was feeding them the information he wanted them to have. I was always hesitant and a little more cynical. I never had the right feeling about him. I think he knew that.
In related news, it appears as though Solar is removing hateful comments from his official Blog, after he posted an interview with MTV, in which he expresses his frustration with DJ Premier.
A number of posts have been removed in the past 24 hours, leaving Solar’s screen completely filled “message removed by administrator” messages.
“I haven’t spoken to Premier since all the way back when they did The Ownerz (2003). We haven’t’ spoken. He hasn’t reached out to me and I haven’t had the opportunity to reach out to him. What it’s been more or less is there’s been a lot of frustration on Guru’s part, for various reasons once 7 Grand was started, certain aspects of Gangstarr kept hanging on to him. He felt like it was dragging him down from getting to where he wanted to get. It was a source of frustration for him and myself as well, I felt the tension too