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Where Is Tupac From

This is from Poetic Justice, where Lucky blames Justice for keeping him from getting to his cousin sooner.


Been. The Oregon Sand Dunes.// I grew up in a place where the oregon dunes and little lakes like this were part of my backyard! This looks like my childhood!


That moment in your car where a rap song from the 90's comes on and you turn into a hardcore gangster rapper.


In 1973 Assata Shakur, activist & escaped convict, was a member of the Black Panther Party & Black Liberation Army. Between 1971 & 1973, she was accused of several crimes & made the subject of a multi-state manhunt. Shakur was then incarcerated in several prisons, where her treatment drew criticism from some human rights groups. She escaped from prison in 1979 and has been living in Cuba in political asylum since 1984.


The Finger

Door of suite in Hotel Parker Meridien where Tupac Shakur was staying during alleged sodomy incident involving 20-yr-old woman. Description from I searched for this on

Happy Birthday Mouse Dana Smith Man!! (to the right of the photo) Mouse Man was 2pac's friend during his teenage years in Baltimore. Together, they created rap groups East Side Crew & Born Busy. Which is where Tupac’s first recorded audio came from. At the young age of 14 years old, “Born Busy” created their 1st song “Babies Having Babies.” Photo: Jeffery Newbury Outlawz fam--> DJ Daryl


These Illustrations of '90s Black Pop Culture Are Amazing

Tupac Shakur. you are: The rose that grew where no one expected. That beautiful thing that some folk rejected because you came from an environment that was neglected. Your words bleed truth and passion, Your craft was more than mercenary fashion. Your spirit is alive although you said goodbye, Ima see you my brother when I get to the other side. DK


✨LINK IN BIO✨ Where there is a will there is a way to search and discover a better day Where a positive heart is all you need to rise beyond and succeed Where young minds grow and respect each other based on their deeds and not their color when times are dim say as I say Where there's a will there's a way!" Tupac Shakur, The Rose That Grew from Concrete

Ngozi Angeline Godwell shared a video. "2Pac - Where Do We Go From Here (Interlude)" on @YouTube