Thug Immortal: Tupac Shakur

Thug Immortal: Tupac Shakur
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It's so sad that Tupac allowed himself to be manipulated by a foolish thug like Suge Knight.

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Future Hendrix

Meh, at least he's better than Desiigner.

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Today on the 20th anniversary of his murder, we remember this prolific and talented pioneer of rap music whose legacy is still felt today.

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