Friday, May 23, 2014

Tupac's Last Words

In an interview with Vegasseven.com the police man who was first on the scene the night Tupac was shot and killed says that Tupac's last words were f**k you. The policeman said he asked Tupac who had shot him and the response from Tupac were the last words he spoke. He slipped into unconsciousness and transported to the hospital where he died. I wonder why it took so long for the policeman to finally come forward and say what he did. I think it would help a little in the investigation that Tupac must have known who shot him, but thought, even as he lay dying that he would recover and take care of it himself. It also kind of stops the whole Tupac being alive theory although I too admit that I wonder how there is any new material that he could possibly have left to be released. I know the guy was prolific but it has been almost twenty years so at some point it has to stop right?

39 comments:

aemish said...

Human avatars are not immortal. The message these holographic performances and such are sending to kids I find very disturbing.

jack ducky said...

Sounds to me like this officer just wants some attention. What other reason would you come out and talk about this 18 years later?

Nancy said...

It's not surprising Tupac's last words to a police officer would be "f-you" I am sure he had his own thoughts as to who was behind it and I think you are correct that he had survived, he would have attempted to handle it himself.

Count Jerkula said...

Biggie was a much greater loss.

WritergirlinLa said...

It's the whole messiah effect. When they're dead, we put them up on such a pedistal that they become bigger than when they were alive. ie Elvis, James Dean, Kurt Cobain, etc. Tupac was a rapper and a thug. I really wish people would quit trying to immortalize him and glamorize him the way they do.

Renoblondee said...

I'm with you @Writergirl

Sarah said...

By volume

WritergirlinLa said...

Thanks! :-)

aemish said...

@Jack.. maybe he wasn't authorized to publicly comment on an open investigation

aemish said...

I second that emotion @Writergirl

Oopsy_Daisy said...

Maybe it was a cop that shot him!! :P

__-__=__ said...

Not surprised. Tupac is like Heath Ledger, only smarter. He will always be a legend. He was multi-talented and would have been more of an icon than Snoop, had he lived. IMHO

fancyscreenname said...

+1@count
I cannot hear hypnotized without getting a bit pissed that I didn't take off work to go to Brooklyn and watch his hearse drive thru the streets :^(

Pogue Mahone said...

I didn't choose the thug life, the thug life chose me!

auntliddy said...

Idiot to the end. nice.

LowKey said...

LOL @ Sarah

WritergirlinLa said...

:-)

Sarah said...

I was a teen in the 90s, I was deeply affected by the music of both, and of course by Nirvana.
What a fucking waste of talent.

B626 said...

Poor Janet Jackson had to work with him.

Sarah said...

Poor Janet Jackson my ass. There wasn't a girl anywhere that didn't want Tupac's thug loving when he did Poetic Justice.

fancyscreenname said...

@Sarah
Me too. My timeline may be a bit off but as u remember it: I grew weary if the p. Diddy/ suge night (east coast vs west) nonsense and violence . I started listening to Nirvana then curt offs himself. IRONY...

Malibu Borebee said...

Thug? He was an actor who went to high school in Mill Valley.

Sarah said...

I guess you're pretty hardcore if his violent end doesn't even lend any street cred

Dingle Barry said...

He was handsome and had a great smile.

Wonder if he had a generous life insurance plan for his family? That would have been a thoughtful thing to do with his lifestyle.

texas rose said...

Can't believe how many are giving him props( not necessarily on this site) for not ratting out his killer and going out that this. That is messed up!!

Chris said...

I can't believe how many people believe this.

Cheryl said...

Not a fan, but not a hater..I found it interesting what Ice T said about Tupac a while ago. He said that Tupac wrote rap fantasies that he attempted to act out in real life.

Not that Ice T is a real thug either, going to school in Mountainside, NJ, an affluent suburb nowhere near the hood

fancyscreenname said...

Rap music is about telling a story. Be it your story or someone else's. People shouldn't get caught up in it. Its music. Taking on a fantasy and living it is really stupid. Holding a songwriter to their lyrics is equally as stupid most of the time. The art us put out their for people to enjoy what one does with it is up to them...

Melissa said...

Well, snitches get stitches. Thug lyfe till the end, yo.

0_0 said...

WritergirlLA- I don't remember Dean, but Elvis and Cobain were really big before their deaths.

SusanB said...

Totally agree with Writergirl!

Sarah said...

Don't get me wrong, I grew up in an area where my friends were actually hustling, of course it's a show when a multimillionaire wants people to think he's on his grind.
Ultimately he met the same dingy, shitty fate either way , so it amounts to the same thing.

discoflux said...

I don't have any real comment on the life and death of tupac other than to say that I totally would've fucked him. He was super hot.

fancyscreenname said...

*there
couldn't just leave that...

Sherry said...

I had to Wiki Tupac to see if he really did grow up in Mill Valley a very affluent area. While he did attend high school there he was mainly raised in Harlem.

HOWEVER his family were Black Panthers so he was around a criminal and controversial group.

He was extremely creative and talented and, may I add, very handsome. Sad waste as someone said earlier.

Sherry said...

Oops..Sorry..He lived in Marin City. Not nearly the affluence of Mill Valley.

Unknown said...

Tupac was an theater major in college when he started to get into rap. Interviews with his acting classmates showed that his rap / thug persona was an act he created. Apparently, some of his classmates helped him refine the act... regardless, he got caught up in the bullshit and paid a very steep price.

Dingle Barry said...

That cop never shared the entire sentence, "I fucked your Mother in da ass."

Countess Eden said...

There are many people expecting him to surface this year.his hero was Machiavelli and he was all into faking his own death. I wasn't a fan, but the story is intriguing esp since Rick Ross keeps saying he's not dead. Weird.