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Tupac Murder Case Still Open Twenty Years Later

Tupac Murder Case Still Open Twenty Years Later

At the time of Tupac's murder, he was engaged to model, actress, and fashion designer, Kidada Jones. His murder is still an unsolved murder that haunts many of his fans. This no holds barred investigation goes into the details of his and Biggie Small's murder.     Watch "Biggie and Tupac" for free!

At the time of Tupac's murder, he was engaged to model, actress, and fashion designer, Kidada Jones. His murder is still an unsolved murder that haunts many of his fans. This no holds barred investigation goes into the details of his and Biggie Small's murder. Watch "Biggie and Tupac" for free!

From the 1st night of  Frank's shift as bodyguard Tupac did his best in his Benz to totally DITCH Frank his 300Wz LOL.Frank got it right away! :) The two were on same wavelength which was proved time & time again. None of other bodyguards wanted to work w/ Pac & viceversa! They shared rare & unconditional brotherly love for the mere year they had to work together before Tupac's murder. <3

From the 1st night of Frank's shift as bodyguard Tupac did his best in his Benz to totally DITCH Frank his 300Wz LOL.Frank got it right away! :) The two were on same wavelength which was proved time & time again. None of other bodyguards wanted to work w/ Pac & viceversa! They shared rare & unconditional brotherly love for the mere year they had to work together before Tupac's murder. <3

Tupac! RIP. Dear Momma don't you know we love you sweet lady... New Hip Hop Beats Uploaded EVERY SINGLE DAY  http://www.kidDyno.com http://www.slaughdaradio.com Trap Music Radio

Tupac! RIP. Dear Momma don't you know we love you sweet lady... New Hip Hop Beats Uploaded EVERY SINGLE DAY http://www.kidDyno.com http://www.slaughdaradio.com Trap Music Radio

The 'American Crime Story' Director Is Working on a TV Series Based Entirely on Tupac's Murder

The 'American Crime Story' Director Is Working on a TV Series Based Entirely on Tupac's Murder