Tupac Shakur's declared "Thug Life" was dead to him in an emotional letter that included a road map for his "homiez" to make it out of the hood -- and that letter is now up for sale. Tupac's 5 page correspondence to a Death Row employee was written…
Rapper Tupac Shakur, who was shot dead in a drive-by shooting in the Las Vegas Strip on September 1996, is rumored to be alive and well after faking his own death.
Priyanka Chopra heads into the studio to tape an appearance on Jimmy Kimmel Live on Monday (September 28) in Hollywood. The 33-year-old Quantico actress revealed that after coming to the U.S. at age 12, she had a childhood crush on the late rapper Tupac Shakur. “I’m going to say this on national television right now [...]
Tupac Shakur faked his death and is quite possibly alive to this day... says a retired police officer who claims he helped facilitate this ruse! And got paid handsomely for it, no less! Fan-spun conspiracy theories about the unsolved...Show More Summary
For years, fans have spun theories about the death of rapper Tupac Shakur. While some claim that he was murdered by the LAPD, others insist that he is not dead… READ ON
Is Tupac Shakur actually alive? According to a retired Las Vegas police officer, he is. Uproxx reports that retired officer David Myers has made some shocking claims surrounding the notorious shooting death of the 90s rapper. Numerous reports have confirmed that retired cop David Myers is currently on his death bed in an Arizona hospital.... Show More Summary
At some point Sunday, while your timeline was flooded with Tupac mentions, it probably registered that September 13 marked the 19-year anniversary of Tupac Shakur’s death… Continue.
On September 13, the 19th anniversary of Tupac’s death, Kendrick Lamar wrote about the hip-hop icon. The note, published on the late rapper’s official website, described Lamar’s first encounter with his idol. “I was 8 yrs old when I first saw you. Show More Summary
Kendrick Lamar has, in ways more subtle and quite explicit, spent his career in conversation with Tupac Shakur.
If you’ve listened to To Pimp a Butterfly through to the final, 12 minute track, “Mortal Man,” you already know how much Kendrick Lamar feels he owes to Tupac Shakur, who died 19 years ago yesterday. …Read More
Rapper Kendrick Lamar commemorated the 19th anniversary of the passing of rapper Tupac Shakur with a moving tribute to the artist. The tribute that Lamar wrote appeared on 2Pac’s official website today, September 13. The commemoration written by Kendrick was a note to the late rapper. Show More Summary
On this day, 19 years ago, Tupac Shakur died in a Las Vegas hospital. According to reports from the time, he had been shot four times in a street ambush near the city's Strip. He was 25. In honor of his death, a 28-year-old Kendrick Lamar penned a touching tribute... More »
Kendrick Lamar has penned a heartfelt tribute to Tupac Shakur on the 19th anniversary of the rapper's death. Continue reading…
September 13th marked the 19th anniversary of the death of Tupac Shakur, and to commemorate the rapper, Kendrick Lamar, one of the "offspring of the legacy" Shakur left behind, penned a touching tribute on 2Pac's official site. "I was 8 yrs old when I first saw you. I couldn't describe how I...
While Tupac Shakur was in jail in 1995, a year before his shooting death, he hand-wrote lyrics that are now going up for auction, ITV News reports. The original penned lyrics for "Ambitionz Az a Ridah" and "Tradin' War Stories" are expected to fetch high prices (as much as $77,...
As the credits rolled in Straight Outta Compton, I couldn't help thinking about what came next: the era of Death Row Records and the musical careers it produced or launched, including Tupac Shakur's, Snoop Dogg's and Dr. Dre's. There's a lot more to be told about the rise of West Coast hip-hop.
The FBI’s Untold War Against Tupac Shakur Black Music and Black Leaders Interview with Author & Journalist, John Potash by Lamont Lilly | @Lamont_Lilly | NewBlackMan (in Exile) John Potash is the author of The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders. Show More Summary
The 2001 documentary turned book features many of the same characters — Snoop Dogg, Tupac Shakur, Suge Knight — but no music rights, which could complicate the deal. read more
Previously unseen footage has been unearthed of Suge Knight, Tupac Shakur, Snoop Dogg, and several other Death Row Records artists participating in the Brotherhood Crusade Rally on August 15th,1996, The Source reports. The rally was one of the last events Tupac attended before being shot dead a month later. Show More Summary
Looks can get you nearly anywhere in Hollywood - especially if you look like somebody that Hollywood is making a movie about. Marcc Rose looks remarkably like Tupac Shakur which was perfect for his role in Straight Outta Compton. But...Show More Summary