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.:: Tupac Shakur - A Short Biography

Tupac Shakur was born Lesane Parish Crooks on the June 16th 1971 in Brooklyn, New York. His mother Afeni Shakur changed his name from Lesane Parish Crooks to Tupac Shakur, the name is from an Inca Indian tribe and means 'shining serpent', & his last name, Shakur, means thankful to God. 2pac had one half sister Sekyiwa Shakur, he also has a half brother named Maurice Harding and he is better known as Mopreme Shakur AKA Komani from the group Thug Life.

Although Tupac's real father William Garland never played a bit part in his life, 2pac's step father Jeral Wayne Williams AKA Mutula Shakur did. While a young child, 2pac discovered his love for dance and music. Afeni was very supportive along the way. As a young teen his family moved to Baltimore, MD. While living there Tupac started attending the Baltimore School for the Performing Arts, studying acting and ballet. He left a lasting impression on his teachers after leaving the school, all knowing he had great promise in the arts.

2pac had many hit records, but the one that put him on the chart was All Eyes On Me and it was released in 1996. That album has sold well over 9 million copies to date & Spawned hit singles for 2pac such as "How do u want it" & "California love". He then set to work recording what would be the last album before his death which was entitled The Don Killuminati The 7 Day Theory under the alias Makaveli.

On the night of September 13, 1996, Tupac Shakur died of gunshot wounds which he received on September 7th 1996 in a drive-by shooting after attending a boxing match Las Vegas. The gunmen is still so far unknown & no charges were ever filed, but it is believed that it was a gang related shooting & the trigger man being Orlando Anderson a Crip gang member. 2Pac the rap legend was on his way to a charity function when he was shot. It was reported in 2002 by the L.A Times that one of Tupac's Enemies Biggie Smalls AKA the Notorious B.I.G played a part in Tupac's murder, Tupac had previously dissed Biggie on one of Hip Hops most venomous diss tracks Hit em up in which Tupac claims to have fucked Biggies wife Faith Evans & he declares "If you want to be down with Badboy fuck you too".

Since his death there have been countless DVD's & books documenting his life, career & death. Cathy Scott was the author of one of the better known 2pac books "The Killing of Tupac Shakur" in which an autopsy picture of Tupac appears, yet many of his fans believe that the autopsy picture is fake & choose to believe that he is still alive, whatever the case Makaveli & his music & message live on. Death hasn't stopped 2Pac being the greatest rap artist of all time, in fact since 2pac's death he has had many more albums released than whilst he was alive, such as Better Dayz, Until The End Of Time, Still I Rise, Greatest Hits, Resurrection OST, R U Still Down? [Remember me] & Loyal To The Game.

.:: Lawsuits

Tupac Shakur Law suits

Tupac Shakur, incarcerated before his birth and murdered before his 26th birthday, spent much of his too-short life outside the law. His tattoos proclaimed his philosophy: "Outlaw" on his left forearm, "Thug Life" across his torso. His death has changed all that.

Shakur lives on in the staid world of courtrooms and counter suits, law offices and legal papers. His posthumous alter ego is a white Manhattan attorney - Richard Fischbein, co-executor of the Shakur estate. Even Shakur's unreleased music - more than 150 songs, valued at $100 million - is tied up in a court battle. Fischbein says he expects more "vultures" to "come out of the woodwork." "Tupac has an estate," Fischbein explains bluntly. "He's dead. People see a payday." Fischbein and Afeni Shakur, who gave birth to the slain rapper one month after her acquittal in a 1971 conspiracy trial, became co-executors on Oct. 23, 1996. Since then, the flow of lawsuits has been as hard and relentless as Tupac's lyrics:

A $10 million lawsuit by C. DeLores Tucker, a virulent opponent of gangsta rap. Tucker, who once labeled Shakur's music "pornographic smut," claimed lyrics on Tupac's 5 million-selling album "All Eyez on Me" were so demeaning that it affected her sex life. Two songs derisively mentioned Tucker by name. On one, "How Do U Want It," Shakur rapped: "DeLores Tucker, you'se a motherfucker/Instead of trying to help a nigga, you destroy a brother." Tucker did not returns calls to her Washington office. But in her lawsuit, she alleged Shakur had caused her "great humiliation, mental pain and suffering" - and damaged her sexual relationship with her husband, William.

A November 1996 court award of $16.6 million to Jacquelyn McNealey, who was shot and partially paralyzed at a 1993 Shakur concert in Pine Bluff, Ark. Fischbein is vigorously trying to set aside this judgment; the estate's Arkansas court papers carried the names of 17 attorneys, and asserted that Shakur was never even notified of this lawsuit.

A $7.1 million suit by Death Row Records, demanding reimbursement for cash advances that Shakur allegedly used for cars, houses, jewelry and other expenses. The estate filed a 41- page counter suit, accusing Death Row of looting $50 million from Shakur to maintain the extravagant lifestyles of label head Marion "Suge" Knight and other executives. More important than cash is control of at least two unreleased Shakur CDs and 152 additional unreleased songs. Death Row currently has custody of the master tapes. A Death Row spokesman and label attorney David Kenner both declined to comment on the legal fight; Knight is serving a nine-year jail term on a probation violation.

A successful lawsuit by the estate to gain merchandising rights to Shakur's image. Previously, it received nothing from the lucrative sales of Shakur T-shirts, hats and other memorabilia. There remain a handful of "smaller, irrelevant" lawsuits - including a libel suit stemming from another lyric on Shakur's last album, "The Don Killuminati" - that are unresolved, Fischbein acknowledges. What the plaintiffs lined up at the Tupac trough may not know is that the rapper, whose last two albums sold more than 8 million copies, left very little behind. Tupac's bank account contained $150,000 when he died at 4:03 p.m. on Sept. 13, 1996, six days after he was shot on the Las Vegas strip. "He owned no real estate," the estate claimed in court papers. "He owned no stocks and bonds. He owned two cars." Where was the money? The estate's lawsuit against Death Row alleges the label should have provided him with $12 million royalties on the album "All Eyez on Me" and a $5 million advance on his next album. Instead, with Shakur locked up by a handwritten three-page contract that he'd signed in prison, Death Row refused to provide Shakur with any financial accounting, the estate says. Even worse, Death Row allegedly charged Shakur for items that the rapper never owned or knew about: $115,000 for jewelry, $120,000 in rent for a Malibu home, $23,857 for Porsche repairs. Shakur didn't own a Porsche; Knight did. While Fischbein is bemused by some of the lawsuits - "C. DeLores Tucker? Who ever expected that?" - he takes the estate very seriously. And he expects the battles to rage for years. Afeni Shakur, he says, is "very, very tough and single-minded.", "She never expected her son to die before she did," Fischbein says. "She's never going to give in on any of this stuff- never. From her point of view, this could go on forever."

The latest to file suit: Orlando Anderson, a reputed gang member who was once a suspect in the rapper's shooting death in Las Vegas last September. Anderson has filed a lawsuit alleging that Shakur and several Death Row Records employees assaulted him in the lobby of Las Vegas's MGM Grand Hotel just hours before the best-selling rapper was shot. No arrests have been made in Shakur's death, and police said witnesses to the drive-by have been uncooperative. But Anderson will have to wait in line.

The DeLores Tucker case has since been dismissed by a judge who ruled the case had no merit and therefore threw it out. Chalk one up for the home team. Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson has since been murdered, the lawyer and family is continuing on with the suit (can you say GREED), and the cops have charged the man they believe is responsible unlike they did in Tupac's case. The suit from the paralyzed woman has been settled in the lower hundred thousand dollar range and she has now been paid from the promoter, the arena, and Tupac's estate (Tupac's estate didn't end up paying as the decision was later overruled). How the Death Row suit is going, I don't know. Neither do I know how THEY have the nerve to sue besides it being a strategy by the lawyers to get Afeni to drop her suit against them.

Tupac's Father Cut Out of Inheritance A contentious lawsuit filed by the rapper's father, William Garland, seeking 50 percent of Tupac's estate. Afeni Shakur angrily charged that Garland was a gold-digger who ignored his son for 18 years; Garland blamed her nomadic lifestyle for making it impossible to find Tupac. "I'm the only person in here who lost somebody," Ms. Shakur snapped in early August. "He don't even know my son's birthday." Garland's lawyer, Leonard Birdsong, rips Ms. Shakur as "an egomaniac" upset by publicity for Tupac's father. He also mentions her past crack addiction and alcohol problems; Tupac had said those woes forced him to leave his mother's house at age 17. Fischbein dismisses Garland as "a deadbeat dad" who gave his son "$500 and a bag of peanuts over the course of his life." Birdsong indignantly charges Fischbein with "rewriting history to vilify my client." Garland only filed suit after Ms. Shakur twice submitted legal papers saying Tupac's father was dead, Garland says. This parental struggle could give birth to another lawsuit. If he wins, Garland wants to be named the estate's co-executor.

The Result - William Garland, Tupac Shakur's father, was cut out of his son's estate Tuesday after a judge decided that his contributions to the rapper's upbringing were "minuscule." Garland, a trucker living in New Jersey, wanted half of Shakur's multimillion-dollar estate, but his mother, Afeni, claimed that he was absent for the majority of Tupac's upbringing. "This is a big defeat for deadbeat dads," attorney Richard Fischbein, who co-administrates the Shakur estate, said. "Being the designated sperm isn't enough." Testimony revealed that Garland had actually only seen Tupac for fifteen of his twenty-five years, and that his actual contributions to young Tupac's welfare included about $820, a bag of peanuts, and a ticket to the film Rollerball. His lawyer, Michael Reinis, is hoping to appeal, saying that the decision was based upon a law that came into effect twenty years after Shakur's birth.

Tupac's Estate Sued by Jeweler A Rodeo Drive jeweler has leveled a $93,000 lawsuit against the estate of the late Tupac Shakur, alleging that the rapper custom ordered more than $80,000 worth of jewelry, but died before he could pay for it. In a suit filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court on Tuesday, R&,S Antiques say Shakur bought a white gold bracelet encrusted with diamonds for $38,000, as well as a gold chain to go with a Versace medallion for another $45,000, which was sent to Germany to be lengthened. Before it arrived back in the U.S., however, Shakur was shot in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. He died six days later, and the jewelry was put into a safe and never paid for. The suit names Shakur's mother, Afeni, as well as a New York attorney, Richard S. Fischbein, as defendants.

.:: 2pac - Tupac poem's

2pac was just as skill full at poetry as he was at rapping, in fact these 2pac poem's show a more mellow side to him, just like "Brenda's got a baby" for example. The following Tupac poeems was only made public after his death. I will be adding more 2pac poetry soon but in the mean time enjoy the following Tupac poems.
.:: The Rose That Grew From Concrete
Tupac poem's

Did you hear about the rose that grew from a crack in the concrete? Proving nature's law is wrong it learned to walk with out having feet. Funny it seems, but by keeping it's dreams, it learned to breathe fresh air. Long live the rose that grew from concrete when no one else ever cared.
.:: In The Event Of My Demise
Tupac poem's

In the event of my Demise when my heart can beat no more I Hope I Die For A Principle or A Belief that I had Lived 4 I will die Before My Time Because I feel the shadow's Depth so much I wanted 2 accomplish before I reached my Death I have come 2 grips with the possibility and wiped the last tear from My eyes I Loved All who were Positive In the event of my Demise.
.:: Fallen Star - Dedicated to Huey P. Newton
Tupac poem's

They could never understand what u set out 2 do instead they chose 2 ridicule u when u got weak they loved the sight of your dimming and flickering starlight How could they understand what was so intricate 2 be loved by so many, so intimate they wanted 2 c your lifeless corpse this way u could not alter the course of ignorance that they have set 2 make my people forget what they have done for much 2 long 2 just forget and carry on I had loved u forever because of who u r and now I mourn our fallen star.
.:: And Tomorrow
Tupac poem's

Today is filled with anger, fueled with hidden hate. Scared of being outkast, afraid of common fate. Today is build on tragedies which no one want's to face. Nightmares to humanity and morally disgraced. Tonight is filled with Rage, violence in the air. Children bred with ruthlessness cause no one at home cares. Tonight I lay my head down but the pressure never stops, knowing that my sanity content when I'm droped. But tomorrow I see change, a chance to build a new, build on spirit intent of heart and ideas based on truth. Tomorrow I wake with second wind and strong because of pride. I know I fought with all my heart to keep the dream alive.
.:: I Cry Tupac poem's

Sometimes when I'm alone I Cry, Cause I am on my own. The tears I cry are bitter and warm. They flow with life but take no form I Cry because my heart is torn. I find it difficult to carry on. If I had an ear to confiding, I would cry among my treasured friend, but who do you know that stops that long, to help another carry on. The world moves fast and it would rather pass by. Then to stop and see what makes one cry, so painful and sad. And sometimes... I Cry and no one cares about why.

.:: Tupac Movie's

Tupac Shakur
.:: First Appearance
2pac's First Appearance

Tupac began his film career with a little known appearance in a Chevy Chase film entitled 'Nothing But Trouble,' which also starred Demi Moore. He appeared in this film alongside Digital Underground.
'Tupac later played a starring role as Bishop, a troubled teen, in the move 'Juice.' He went on to star with Janet Jackson in the John Singleton produced 'Poetic Justice,' which allowed Tupac to show a softer side, a side which few had seen. 'Above the Rim,' 'Bullet,' 'Gridlock'd'. and 'Gang Related' all followed, proving 'Pac as much more then just a talented musician, but also as an actor.

Menace II Society and Higher Learning were two more movies that Tupac was supposed to play lead roles in, but circumstances did not allow. While on the set of Menace II Society in it's early stages, Tupac had a conflict with one of the Hughes brothers, who were producing the movie. The conflict lead to Tupac assaulting and spitting in the face of said brother, and he lost the role. After hearing about this, John Singleton, mentioned above, decided to drop Tupac for the role in Higher Learning, fearing the controversy that would surround the choice.
.:: Juice 1990
2pac Juice


Genre Drama / Action / Crime / Thriller

Tagline In the Ghetto's of Harlem you dont buy respect ... you earn it.

Summary 4 Harlem teens, Q, Bishop, Raheem and Steel, are out skipping school one day when they find out an old friend was killed in a shootout at a bar. After this, Bishop tells his friends that they have no respect, or juice. To get some, they rob a corner grocery store, but Bishop accidentally shoots the clerk. They run into an alley where Raheem tells Bishop to give him the gun, they fight, and Raheem gets shot. Only the other 3 know what happened, and Bishop wants to get rid of them too.

Runtime 95 min

Directed by Ernest R. Dickerson

Cast Overview Omar Epps .... Q Tupac Shakur .... Bishop Jermaine 'Huggy' Hopkins .... Steel Khalil Kain .... Raheem Cindy Herron .... Yolanda Vincent Laresca .... Radames Samuel L. Jackson .... Trip George O. Gore .... Brian Grace Garland (II) .... Q's Mother Queen Latifah .... Ruffhouse M.C. Idina Harris .... Keesha Victor Campos .... Quites
.:: Poetic Justice 1993
2pac Poetic Justice

Poetic Justice

Genre Drama / Romance

Tagline 'Cause nobody, but nobody can make it out here alone.

Summary After witnessing the murder of her first and only boyfriend, young Justice decides to forget about college and become a South Central Los Angeles hairdresser. Avoiding friends, the only way for her to cope with her depression is by composing beautiful poetry. On her way to a convention in Oakland, she is forced to ride with an independent-minded postal worker whom she has not gotten along with in the past. After various arguments between them and their friends, they start to discover that their thoughts on violence, socially and domestically, are the same. Justice may finally feel that she is not as alone as before.

Runtime 109 min

Directed by John Singleton

Cast Overview Janet Jackson .... Justice Tupac Shakur .... Lucky Regina King .... Iesha Joe Torry .... Chicago Tyra Ferrell .... Jessie Roger Guenveur Smith .... Heywood Billy Zane .... Brad Khandi Alexander .... Simone Maya Angelou .... Aunt June Lori Petty .... Penelope Ché J. Avery .... Thug #2 Lloyd Avery II .... Thug #1
.:: Above The Rim 1994
2pac Above The Rim

Above The Rim

Genre Drama

Tagline The Hardest Part Of Winning Is Choosing Sides.

Summary Story of a promising high school basketball star and his relationships with two brothers, one a drug dealer and the other a basketball star now employed as a security guard.

Runtime 96 min

Directed by Jeff Pollack

Cast Overview Duane Martin .... Kyle-Lee Leon (I) .... Shep Tupac Shakur .... Birdie David Bailey (III) .... Rollins Tonya Pinkins .... Mailika Marlon Wayans .... Bugaloo Bernie Mac .... Flip Byron Minns .... Monroe Shawn Michael Howard .... Bobby Henry Simmons .... Starnes Iris Little Thomas .... Waitress Michael Rispoli .... Richie Eric Nies .... Montrose Mill Raftery .... Himself
.:: Gridlock'd 1996
2pac Gridlock'd


Genre Comedy / Crime / Drama

Tagline When getting high turns into a job, what's the point?

Summary After a friend overdoses, Spoon and Stretch decide to kick their drug habits and attempt to enroll in a government detox program. Their efforts are hampered by seemingly endless red tape, as they are shuffled from one office to another while being chased by drug dealers and the police.

Runtime 91 min

Directed by Vondie Curtis-Hall

Cast Overview Tupac Shakur .... Spoon Tim Roth .... Stretch Vondie Curtis-Hall .... D-Reper Thandie Newton .... Cookie Charles Fleischer .... Mr. Woodson Howard Hesseman .... Blind Man James Pickens Jr. .... Supervisor John Sayles .... Cop #1 Eric Payne .... Cop #2 Tom Towles .... D-Reper's Henchman Tom Wright (I) .... Koolaid James Shanta .... Patrolman #1
.:: Bullet 1997
2pac Bullet


Genre Crime / Drama

Tagline The Best Place To Hide Is Behind A Badge

Summary In this gangland action thriller, a pair of urban underworld thugs struggle to come to terms with both their intense, violent rivalry and their grudging respect for one another.

Runtime 110 min

Directed by Julien Temple

Cast Overview Mickey Rourke .... Butch "Bullet" Stein Frank Senger .... Prison Guard Tupac Shakur .... Tank John Enos III .... Lester Fatmir Haskaj .... Punk #1 - Jamie Joseph Dain .... Punk #2 - Brian Manny Perez (II) .... Flaco Shirley Scott .... Heavy Woman Heather Laszlo .... Cute Girl Jerry Grayson .... Sol Stein Suzanne Shepherd .... Cookie Stein Ted Levine .... Louis Matthew Powers .... Paddy Jerry Dean .... Fingers Adrien Brody .... Ruby
.:: Gang Related 1997
2pac Gang Related

Gang Related

Genre Crime / Drama

Tagline The Best Place To Hide Is Behind A Badge

Summary Two cops kill an undercover DEA agent by mistake, and frantically try to cover their tracks by framing a homeless man for the crime. That involves juggling evidence, coaching witnesses, and improvising to keep their desperate scheme from unraveling.

Runtime 106 min

Directed by Jim Kouf

Cast Overview James Belushi .... Divinci Tupac Shakur .... Rodriguez Lela Rochon .... Cynthia Dennis Quaid .... William James Earl Jones .... Arthur Baylor David Paymer .... Elliot Goff Wendy Crewson .... Helen Eden Gary Cole (I) .... Richard Simms Terrence 'T.C.' Carson .... Manny Landrew Brad Greenquist .... Richard Stein James Handy .... Captain Henderson Kool Mo Dee .... Lionel Hudd Victor Love .... Hooper Robert LaSardo .... Sarkasian

.:: 2pac Family

Mother: Afeni Shakur

Biological Father: Billy Garland

Father: Mutulu Shakur

Brother: Maurice Harding

Uncle: Lumumba Shakur

Uncle: Zayd Shakur

Godfather: Geronimo Pratt

Afeni Shakur

Mother of Tupac, she was in prison while pregnant with Tupac. Afeni was a member of the Black Panthers. She was in prison for a plot to bomb banks and department stores. Family moved from the east coast to the west. Tupac found out Afeni was taking drugs while on tour with digital underground in 1990. Afeni won the rights to all unreleased Tupac songs. She released double album "RU Still down? (Remember me) in 1997. She has recently released Greatest Hits and a Tupac poetry book.

Billy Garland

Biological father of Tupac. Tupac was told that his father was dead, but he first met him in hospital after being shot in New York. A member of the Black Panthers.

Mutulu Shakur

Married to Afeni Shakur. Convicted for his involvement in a 1981 armored car robbery. It left two policeman and a brinks guard dead.

Lumumba Shakur

Brother of Mutulu Shakur. Murdered in Louisiana before Mutulu's arrest.

Zayd Shakur

Brother of Mutulu Shakur. Killed in a shootout in New Jersey.

Geronimo Pratt

Convicted Black Panther member, Tupac's godfather.

Assata Shakur

In 1973 she and Zayd Shakur were stopped by an NJ trooper. In a shootout Zayd and the NJ trooper were killed. Assata was sent to prison. In 1979 she escaped from prison after learning of a plan to kill her. She fled to Cuba, where she is under Asylum granted by Fidel Castro.

Sekyiwa Shakur

She is a sister of Tupac. She appeared on Killa Tay's album Snake Eyez on the track Coast Trippin.

Keisha Morris-Shakur

She married Tupac when he was in prison. She first met Tupac in June 1994. Tupac asked her to marry him three months after they had started dating. They married while Tupac was in prison. Tupac said he wanted to move to Arizona and name a daughter Star or a son Michelangelo. They separated after Tupac got released from prison

.:: Tupac Shakur Enemies

.:: Badboy Records
Badboy Records

Badboy's record label logo

All the beef was sparked by the shooting in the Manhattan Studio in New York. Pac claimed and told an interviewer of Vibe magazine that it was setup by Biggie (Notorious BIG) and Puffy (Sean Puffy Combs) (Puffy being the mastermind). Basically, Pac had serious beef with Bad Boy Records and was clear to show his anger in his lyrics - "If you wanna be down with Bad Boy, then fuck you too!.."
.:: Notorious BIG
Tupac Shakur Enemies Notourious BIG

Notorious BIG - AKA Biggie Smalls - Real name: Christopher Wallace

They were once good friends & Pac was claimed to be the source of Biggie's fame and riches. Tupac would do performances with BIG to assist BIG in his struggling career to be known as a rap star. When Pac was shot in the Manhattan Studio in NY, he claimed that Biggie was aware that the shooting would take place, but failed to give him full information. Their friendship was later worsened when BIG released an album that was remarkably similar to Pac's upcoming album, which resulted in Tupac re-recording the entire new album. Pac also mentioned that Biggie was "rapping about my life" when he was rapping about the cash, jewelry and assets he did not really have.
.:: P.Diddy

P.Diddy - Real name: Sean 'Puffy' Combs

Sean "Puffy" Combs aka P. Diddy
Tupac had problems with Puffy as he believed he was the mastermind behind the NY shooting. Other (and a more simpler) reasons was because he was down with Bad Boy Records, and he was "fake" or unoriginal as he did not make his own lyrics or music. Some words of retaliation include: "Puffy weaker than a fucking block I'm running you nigga..." - Hitemup
.:: C. Delores Tucker
C. Delores Tucker

C Delores Tucker

C. Delores Tucker A black woman that was offended by rap and tried to ban it's music or put major censorships on it. Pac mentioned her name in "Wonda they call U bitch" - "Dear Ms. Delores Tucker, keep stressin' me fuckin' with a muthafuckin' mind, I figured you wanted to know, you know, why we call them hoes bitches, and maybe this might help you understand it ain't personal, strictly business baby, strictly business." She sued Tupac's estate claiming that the track (although released a few years ago) ruined her sex life (don't ask me how).
.:: Jay-Z

Jay-Z - Real name: Sean Carter

Jay-Z was the first to diss Tupac when he released the track titled "Brooklyn's finest" (with Biggie also dissing him in the same track). Jay-Z had a close relationship with Bad-Boy records and with Mobb Deep. As a retaliation, 2Pac released "Bomb First" on his Makaveli album, dissing Jay-Z and others.
.:: LL Cool J
LL Cool J

LL Cool J - Real name: James Todd Smith

Tupac praised LL Cool J in his older album "Me against the world" on the track "Old School". But the beef commenced when LL decided to take Mobb Deep's side with the recording of the track "I shot ya", in order to create his "hardcore" image that he had lost. Once again, a war was created between the two.
.:: Chino XL
Chino XL

Chino XL - Real name: Derek Barbosa

Chino dissed many people including Whitney Houston, Eddie Murphy and of course Tupac. In keeping up with his tradition, Tupac retaliated: "..Chino XL, fuck you too. All you mother fuckers, fuck you too!" - Hitemup. It is believed that Chino XL's comments was only there to create publicity and make him a well known rapstar, but this scheme was obvious, so Tupac didn't mention his name too many times as this would only create a name for Chino XL. Chino later said his beef with Tupac was just a lyrical thing
.:: Nas

Nas - Real name: Nasir Jones

Tupac didnt' like the fact that Nas ripped Pac's beats such as the track for "All Eyez On Me". Nas once said the beef was squashed right before Pac died.
.:: Mobb Deep
Mobb Deep

Mobb Deep - Havoc and Prodigy - Real names: Kejuan Muchita and Albert Johnson

With the recording of "New York, New York" with Tha Dogg Pound on the album titled, "Dogg Food", the heat between the two rappers was bought to light. Other influences included the fact that Mobb Deep released a song titled "Thug Life, we still livin' it" after he wrote an article about quitting Thug Life. Mobb Deep was believed that he said alot of things in his music that he did not carry out. "Oh yeah Mobb Deep, you wanna fuck with us? You Little young ass mutha fuckas, don't one of you niggas got sickle-cell or something? You fucking with me, nigga ? You fuck around and catch a seizure or a heart-attack. You better back the fuck up before you get smacked the fuck up, that how we do it on our side.." - Hitemup
.:: Dr Dre
Dr Dre

Dr Dre - Real name: Andre Young

Tupac disliked the way Dre left Death Row and the beef was compunded when Dre failed to turn up at Snoop's court trial, which Pac saw as an insult to Snoop and the entire Deathrow record label. Pac also claimed that Dre wasn't working hard enough while recieving alot of cash while he was with Death Row records. Dre however, didn't seem to want to cause any trouble and did not diss Pac in any way.

.:: Tupac Shooting New York (1994)

Tupac Shakur after the New York shooting

Since before the day he was born, Tupac Shakur has battled "the system"-but never so dramatically as in the last 48 hours of November. On the 29th, a Manhattan jury had convened to deliberate charges of sodomy, sexual abuse, and weapons possession against Tupac, 23, and his codefendant, Charles Fuller, 24. They stood accused of molesting a 19-year-old woman in Tupac's $750-a-night, 38th-floor Parker Meridien Hotel suite on November 18, 1993. After the first day of deliberations, Tupac left for a publicity stop in Harlem, then went on to Times Square's Quad Recording Studio to record a track with Uptown Records' Little Shawn. Facing a maximum 25-year sentence, Tupac knew it might be his last recording session for some time.

At 12:20 a.m., Tupac was running more than an hour late when he and his three-man entourage swept past a black man sitting on a desk in the entranceway of the office building where Quad is located. The man got up from the desk as two confederates (also black) came in the door, and the three followed Tupac and his crew to the elevator, pulled out guns, and hollered, "Give up the jewelry, and get on the floor!" While his friends lay on the gray stone floor, Tupac cursed at the holdup men and lunged for one of the guns. The rapper was shot at least four times. His manager Freddie Moore was hit once. The robbers nabbed $5,000 worth of Moore's jewelry, as well as Tupac's $30,000 diamond ring and $10,000 in gold chains. They left Tupac's diamond-encrusted gold Rolex.

Moore gave chase, collapsing in front of a strip club next door. His friends dragged the severely wounded Tupac into the elevator and up to the eighth-floor studio to administer first aid. Tupac's first call was reportedly to his mom, Afeni Shakur, in Atlanta; then he called 911. When the cops showed up, Tupac saw some familiar faces. Two of the first four police officers on the scene were William Kelly and Joseph Kelly (no relation), and "seconds later, Officer Craig McKernan arrived. McKernan had supervised the two Kellys in Tupac's arrest at the Parker Meridien and had just testified at the rape trial. "Hi, Officer McKernan," Shakur sputtered, lying naked in a pool of his own blood. "Hey, Tupac, you hang in there," McKernan responded, as an EMS team secured a brace around Tupac's neck and strapped him to a board. The stretcher didn't fit into the elevator, so he had to be propped upright, blood streaming down from his wounds. McKernan helped carry him out past a waiting photographer. "I can't believe you're taking my picture on a stretcher," Tupac groaned, flipping off the photographer.

Tupac was rushed to Bellevue Hospital. "He was hit by a low-caliber missile," says Dr. Leon Pachter, chief of Bellevue's trauma department. "Had it been a high-caliber missile, he'd have been dead." Tupac continued to bleed heavily all day, so at 1:30 p.m., Pachter and a 12-doctor team operated on the damaged blood vessel high in his right leg. At 4 p.m., he was out of surgery. At 6:45 p.m., against the vociferous complaints of his doctors, he checked himself out. "I haven't seen anybody in my 25-year professional career leave the hospital like this," says Dr. Pachter. Afeni, who had flown up from Atlanta, wheeled the heavily bandaged Tupac out the back door, fighting through a crowd of reporters.

The next day, Tupac made a surprise appearance in the Manhattan courtroom where his fate was being decided. He was wheeled in by Nation of Islam bodyguards, his charmed Rolex on his right wrist, his left wrist wrapped in gauze, and his bandaged head and leg covered by a wool-knit Yankees hat and a black Nike warm-up suit.

With his friends-including actors Mickey Rourke" and Jasmine Guy-rallied around, Tupac sat through the morning session before his right leg went numb. He then went uptown and secretly checked into Metropolitan Hospital Center on East 97th Street under the name of Bob Day.

Several hours later, the jury came back with verdicts on Tupac and Fuller: guilty of fondling the woman against her will-sexual abuse-but innocent on the weightier sodomy and weapon charges. A few jurors argued for full acquittal and viewed the verdict as a compromise. "There was a very strong feeling that there just was not enough evidence," says juror Richard Devitt.

"We're ecstatic that the jury found that there was almost no merit to these charges whatsoever," said Tupac's beaming lawyer, Michael Warren. He plans to appeal the sexual abuse conviction. Sentencing was delayed due to Tupac's condition, and he remained free on $25,000 bail.

For the second time in eight weeks, Tupac had beaten a felony rap. On October 7, in Atlanta, Fulton County DA Louis Slaton dropped the aggravated assault charges filed against Tupac on October 31, 1993. Tupac and his posse had shot two off-duty police officers in the buttocks and abdomen, but witnesses told the DA that Tupac and company had fired in self-defense after Officer Mark Whitwell fired at them. Whitwell resigned from the force seven months after the shooting.

Some conspiracy theorists leaped to the conclusion that Tupac had been set up and that the "robbery" was a payback for his perceived attacks on police; others concocted a revenge plot by the rape accuser. Tupac's lawyer fanned the flames, citing his' client's exaggerated suspicion of cops to explain his flight from the hospital.I The lawyer rejects the notion that this was a simple robbery: "These circumstances give rise for a reasonable person to raise an eyebrow."

Taken from the book~(Tupac Shakur By The Editors Of Vibe)

.:: Tupac Shakur LV Shooting (1996) and Murder

On the 7th, Tupac went back to L.A.. Tupac decided he wasn't gonna go to Las Vegas, but to Atlanta to settle problems with some relatives instead. Suge got him to change his plans though. Tupac told Kidada that morning there was a heavy-weight bout that night at the MGM Grand , and weeks before he'd promised Suge he'd go to it with him. He also said he didn't want to go, but he'd given Suge his word. He said she could come along, not to the fight, he didn't want her with that roudy bunch, but to the party Suge was having afterward at a club he owned downtown, and if she were beside him it would be ok. When they got back his house in Calabasas, Kidada started packing. When she reached for his bulletproof vest that he always wore. Tupac said, "No, It'll be too hot." Then they left. They stopped at a gas station and Tupac bought five magazines about guns. He read them until they reached the Luxor Hotel. Tupac went to Suge's mansion southeast of downtown. They partied for a while. Tupac made a video of him calling Keisha and another girl. Then he went to the MGM Grand to watch the Mike Tyson / Bruce Seldon fight. He was mad because Suge showed up at the last minute. He sat in section 4, row E, seat 2. Tupac said, "Did you see Tyson do it to him? Tyson did it to him! Did ya'll see that? We bad like that. Come out of prison and now we running shit." He went backstage and hugged Mike. At 8:45 P.M., Travon Lane (Tray) was walking near the hotel's Grand Garden with Death Row's crew. Tray pointed out Orlando to Tupac. Tupac ran down the hallway until he met up with Orlando. Tupac asked, "You from the South?" It escalated into a fight and Tupac started beating the shit out of him. Later the rest of the Deathrow crew arrived and helped him beat him up. There was only one bodyguard with the crew, and he had to pull Tupac out of it twice. They knocked Orlando down and began kicking and punching him. A security camera recorded the incident on tape. The fight was stopped by hotel security, and Orlando was held for questioning by the police, then was allowed to leave after he declined to press charges. As left he gave his signed $1000 ticket's stub into the fight to a guy. He said, "Here you go, boy. Enjoy this." Tupac left at 8:55, to go back to the hotel. Tupac went up to Hammer's car and told me about the incident that had just happen. Hammer asked him some questions about it and he said it was all squashed and not to worry about it. While he was getting in his car he was bragging about how Tyson took him out in 50 punches and all he had to do was three punches and the dude was on the ground. Tupac's bodyguard said he had trouble getting him to wear his vest, and he wouldn't wear it very often. He didn't wear it at all the whole night. Since they were in Las Vegas they legally couldn't carry guns, but guns were brought anyways. They were in a hurry leaving the fight though, and the bodyguard forgot his gun in his car. When he got to the hotel he told Kidada, "Some nigga started a fight with me for nothin.' Something's up, you stay here." He was also upset because he couldn't find the Outlaws, who were supposed to be at the fight. He changed clothes then went back to Suge's house. They got ready for party at Club 662, where 2Pac was going to perform. Tupac had wanted to drive his Hummer, but Suge said that they had things to discuss and got Tupac to ride with him. Two hours later, Suge in his black, tinted-window '96 BMW 750 sedan left the mansion with Tupac in the passenger seat, and the 10-car entourage behind them. They were listening to The Don Killuminati The 7 Day Theory very low in the BMW. At 10:55, Tupac rolled down the window and a photographer took their picture at a red light. At 11:00, they were stopped on Las Vegas Blvd. by Metro bicycle cops for playing his car stereo too loud and for not having license plates, which were in the trunk on his rented car. He was not cited and was released a few minutes later. At a red light, on Flamingo Road, near the intersection of Koval Lane, in front of the Maxim Hotel two girls distracted Tupac and Suge on the driver's side, and at 11:15, a white, four-door, late-model, Cadillac with California plates pulled up. Tupac had been standing up through the sunroof. Two of the four men inside the car got out and fired thirteen rounds into the passenger side of the car, from a Glock .40 caliber handgun. He tried to get into the backseat, but Suge pulled him down, and a bullet bounced off of his right hip boneand hit is lung. He was also hit in his right hand and chest. Suge was barely hit by a bullet, and suffered a minor head wound. Immediately after the shooting, the Cadillac went south on Koval. Suge made a U-turn from the left lane of Flamingo and sped West toward Las Vegas Blvd., away from the nearest hospital. Suge said that he told Tupac he'd get him to a hospital, and Tupac said, "I need a hospital? You're the one shot in the head." Patrol officers on an unrelated call at the Maxim Hotel had heard the gunshots and called for back-up. Two other officers followed the BMW, which took a left on Las Vegas Blvd. South, and police reached the car when it was caught in traffic at the intersection of Las Vegas Blvd. and Harmon Ave. The officers called an ambulance. The BMW was covered with blood and pieces of gold, from Tupac's jewelry, on the inside, and had two flat tires. They brought Tupac out of the car and layed him down on the stretcher. He kept saying, "I can't breathe, I can't breathe." The ambulance took Tupac and Suge to the University of Nevada Medical Center. Sgt. Kevin Manning was assigned as leading investigator, and Cathy Scott was named lead reporter for the shooting. When the police questioned the bodyguard they continously asked if he had shot back, and when he said no they asked who had shot back. The bodyguard thought it was Suge's friends which were mostly blood members. Yafeu Fula had been in the car behind the BMW with bodyguards. He told the police that he could do a photo lineup and gave them his number. A man told Compton police that at Club 662, he heard Tray say that the shooter was Orlando's uncle Dwayne Keith Davis (Keefee D). Tupac lost 22 oz of blood on the way to the hospital. As he was being carried to the emergencyroom he said, "I'm dying." Tupac was admitted and listed in critical condition. His injuries included a gunshot wound to his right chest with a massive hemothorax and a gunshot wound to the right thigh with the bullet palpable within the abdomen. He also had a gunshot wound to a right finger with a fracture. The preoperative diagnosis was a gunshot wound to the chest and abdomen and post-operative bleeding. Just before midnight he was taken to UMC's Trauma Center. He was wheeled into the recovery area and was resuscitated according to advanced trauma life support protocol and a full trauma activation was called. He was placed on life support machines. Two liters of blood that had hemorrhaged into his chest cavity were removed. His pulse was very thready and initially he had a minimal bloodpressure, which rapidly declined. He was taken immediately to the operating room for operative intervention and further resuscitation. He underwent surgery which consisted of ligation of bleeding, and a surgeon removed a bullet from his pelvic area which was done at midnight and finished at 2:35am on the 8th. Th eBMW remained in the impound lot at Ewing Bros. Auto Body and Towing lot in North Las Vegas it's right front and rear ends damaged. Police found no guns inside the car, just a cigar caseand a Motorola cell phone. He underwent another operation that started at 6:25 p.m. and lasted an hour. It was exploratory surgery, and his punctured right lung was removed to stop internal bleeding. He was back in his room at 7:45. American Express said that Suge had rented 21 Las Vegas hotel rooms at $50 each for last night. Tupac was put in a medicinally induced coma and on life support to take pressure off his body. Three Bloodsets met at Lueders Park, and talked about retaliation against the Southside Crips for the attack on Tupac. At 2:58 p.m., on East Alondra a man who Las Vegas police said may have been in the Cadillac was shot in the back on the 9th. At 8 P.M., 20 of Tupac's friends ran across the street from the traumacenter's lobby to a car whose driver police had stopped to talk to. Sgt. Cindi West said that they had pulled up to see what was going on and a guy misunderstood and wouldn't cooperate. The people came out not knowing what was going on and got in the way and were pushing some of the officers. The police handcuffed four men who were later released. Two men were found with butts of marijuana cigarettes, but weren't arrested. He opened his eyes once, while Kidada was putting Don McLean's "Vincent" into a player next to his bed. She asked him if he heard her and to move his feet. He did. She asked if he knew she loved him. He nodded. Then he went into a coma. On the 10th, Blackstreet's album, Another Level came out. "No Diggity," sounds like "Toss It Up." 2Pac had the song done with Aaron Hall before Dre did it, and "Toss It Up" is actually a remix of the original song, because Dre copied it. Aaron Hall, ex-partner of Teddy Riley was the original writer. "Don't Leave Me" sounds like "I Ain't Mad At Cha." 2Pac's concert in Oakland was cancelled. His next concert will be in Oakland if city officials will agree to it. On the 11th, Bobby Finch, a Southside Crip who Compton cops said may have also been in the Cadillac, was gunned down on South Mayo at 9:05 am. Suge and three lawyers spoke with METRO police for an hour and left them with nothing in the way of leads towards suspects or motives. In Compton, Orlando's cousin Jerry Bonds drove the white Cadillac into an autoshop on White and Alondra with another guy at 3 P.M.. On the 12th Tupac was supposed to have gone to court for sentencing on weapons charges for carrying a concealed gun when he attacked Allen Hughes. On Friday the 13th, doctors tried to resuscitate Tupac several times, then Afeni said not to try again. When Tupac took his last breath Gloria Jean praised his body and could bear witness to who it was. He died at 4:03 (4 + 0 + 3 = 7) p.m. at the Intensive Care Unit. He was pronounced dead by Dr. Lovett o frespiratory failure and cardiopulmonary arrest. The bodyguard had been at Suge's house, and Suge was mad at him and blaming him for not having his gun with him. He was coming towards him in a threatening way when the phone rang, and he found out Tupac died. Suge told the bodyguard that it didn't matter now because he's gone, and his voice was cracking up like he wasg oing to cry. Afeni made a positive identification of Tupac's body at 5. A mortuary van took his body to the Clark County Coroner's office at 5:10. They did an autopsy. It determined that Tupac didn't have any illegal drugs in hisbody, but was heavily sedated. The autopsy report is on file at the office, but is not deemed by Nevada state law to be public. There were ballistics tests, but the results have not been made public. They took six pictures of him which were put on file at the office. Two general assignment detectives took Polaroid pictures of Tupac at the morgue for a police training book, bu tlater were removed from the book and destroyed. They sent his blood to Long Beach Genetics, who did the DNA testing to find the probability of Afeni and Billy 99.97% parentage. Two more Bloods were shot and killed by an assailant who fled on foot. He was cremated. On the 14th, Afeni spread some of his ashes on a hill in L.A. and some on her garden, which has now flourished. Tupac's family held a private funeral for him in Las Vegas. On the 15th, he was mourned during a memorial service at The House of the Lord Pentecostal Church in Brooklyn, where he was still listed as a member of the congregation. Police had thought that the man at the MGM Grand could have been a suspect, but was ruled out because security was still holding him when Tupac had left the building. Because Tupac didn't have a will, Afeni had to file court papers as the only living heir and that she was the administer of his estate. Death Row emptied the apartment and took the furniture which Tupac was charged over $100,000 for. Cathy got an autopsy photo of Tupac dissected on a table at the morgue. It is not an official coroner or police photo, and was offered $100,000 for it from The National Enquirer.
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