Twenty years after his death, Tupac Shakur is still making music. He’s produced fifteen albums ― ten of them posthumously.
In addition to being a jerk, this guy likes to tweet. A lot.
“Shakespeare will never be made by the study of Shakespeare. Do that which is assigned you, and you cannot hope too much or do too much.”
Before the Rap Game Tupac Shakur was born in the East Harlem area of Manhattan, New York into a family heavily involved in the Black Panther Party.
1. Nose jewelry on guys.
What do you mean, the rest of the world doesn’t consider flip-flops to be acceptable footwear?
A friend of mine always tells the story of his encounter with Bill Murray. Whilst walking home from a near-by Dominoes pizza back to the house, Bill Murray comes up behind my friend, takes the pizza and runs away with it shouting “No one’s going to believe you!”
Opinionated, brash, and often very confrontational, Tupac’s throwback personality felt more like a modern revolutionary, which is easily comprehendible when I found out he was raised by parents who were members of the Black Panther Party.
14. Kept a small photo of Audrey Hepburn in my apartment.
One of the worst results of a celebrity passing away is the amount of idiotic parody accounts that show up on social media.