"The tragedy of Tupac is that his untimely passing is representative of too many young black men in this country....If we had lost Oprah Winfrey at 25, we would have lost a relatively unknown, local market TV anchorwoman. If we had lost Malcolm X at 25, we would have lost a hustler nicknamed Detroit Red. And if I had left the world at 25, we would have lost a big-band trumpet player and aspiring composer--just a sliver of my eventual life potential."
From the Foreword by Quincy Jones
The real story of Tupac's murder may not ever emerge. This may be the only lasting testament to the many faces of Tupac Shakur--of a life lived fast and hard, of a man cloaked in contradictions. A young man who was just starting to come into his own.
"I believe that everything you do bad comes back to you. So everything that I do that's bad, I'm going to suffer for it. But in my heart, I believe what I'm doing is right. So I feel like I'm going to heaven."
Tupac Shakur, June 1996
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I no deep down tupac didn't kill biggie because 1992 they were in biggie's hotel room or they go to the neighbour hood they would drink and listen to songs they were like brothers blood brothers they loved each other tupac brought biggie in one day and let him sleep on his sofa as he says it in his song - hit um up I hope tupac is still alive and comes back no more drama because if tupac does come back and someone kills him I'm killing myself aswell 💯💯
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I' m currently reading this book, and it's basically about Tupac's life and how he became famous, what he went trough in his past. Read full review
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