letter to 2pac

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Jada Pinkett’s personal letter and pictures to Tupac while he was in prison in 1995. The letter is 4 pages, this is just the 1st page.

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Jada wrote:

“I finished talking to you about an hour ago or so! I decided to call mommie because I was so emotional! Not in a bad way, but relieved to hear the life in your voice. I’ve been aching to hear that strong voice! 

I’m not sending the letter about Keisha because it was truly irrelevant now that we’ve talked! I still don’t feel she’s what you need right now, but for real, I’ve got to trust you! If you feel her something must be real! I only hope this situation isn’t making you feel you have to accept anything less than what you deserve only cause it’s been there. You and I will never feel any of our partners are worthy of either of us, so it’s not for me to judge.. really! I want someone to love you to the fullest! They have to love the man you truly are! She should praise you adore you, worship you inside out whether you right or wrong, pretty or ugly! You are the sun and the moon and should be treated accordingly! If it’s true, your heart should love her beyond our existence! That’s how you should be loved and that’s how you should love back! It’s unconditional! You walk now with two eyes open, when she’s by your side, with love you should be able to close one! I’ve always felt safe with you even through all this madness! I’ve never had a problem with closing that one eye when I was by your side! I had to see through yours to get a sense of your”

Dear Tupac Shakur,

You are truly one of the greatest human beings to ever exist.
From your music, to your poetry, to your acting, to your words of wisdom, you’ve inspired me in ways that I can’t explain.
You’ve taught me more about life than any teacher ever could.
It’s still hard to believe that it’s been 19 years since God took you away from this cruel world.
Everytime I watch your videos and play your songs, it feels like you’re still here.
So much has changed since you’ve been gone, you’d be disgusted to see what society and hip hop music has become.
You once said “I’m not saying I’m gonna change the world, but I guarantee that I will spark the brain that will change the world”.
Well you DID change the world, and in the process, you inspired young minorities such as myself to do the same.
You were right, none of us will make it through this hell unless we have something to fight for.
I pray that one day I’ll be able to shake your hand and kick it with you in Thugz Mansion hahaha.
Until then, I’ll be screaming “Thug Life” and doing everything in my power to keep alive all those things you fought so hard for.
I hope you look at my career and know that you’ve played a major role in how I’ve developed as a man.
Thank you for speaking your mind and setting an example of what it truly means to be a rebel. Rest In Peace Soldier.

Sincerely,

- Ralph Martinez

“A regular Playa plays women. a Boss Playa plays life. A Boss Playa is a thinker, a leader, a builder, a moneymaker, a souljah, a teacher and most of all, a Man! I want all my homiez 2 realize there is another level. it takes heart and courage 2 stand alone face the demons and make a change!”

“Beware of PlayaHaters and evil envious “homiez” they will bring u harm. It ain’t all good my people Be Aware! Hopefully this will do some of u some good. If it does then I don’t sit in Jail in vain.

—   A Letter Written By Tupac From Jail

“Until I die, live the life of a boss playa
Cause even when I’m high, fuck with me and get crossed later
The futures in my eyes.”

Part of a handwritten letter by Tupac from jail. (Scanned from Tupac: Resurrection Book)

Chuck D Shares A Letter He Received From 2Pac

Chuck posted a picture to Twitter of a letter 2Pac supposedly wrote to him in September of 1995. In the hand written note, Pac said he loves and respects Chuck, and he also asked the Public Enemy member if he would collaborate with him on a new program, song, and movie.

UpNorthTrips Presents Father MCs

1 - Temptations - Intro
2 - Slick Rick - It’s a Boy
3 - Ed OG - Be a Father To Your Child
4 - Big Krit - Rich Dad, Poor Dad (United Crates Remix)
5 - Asher Roth ft. Miguel - His Dream
6 - Atmosphere - Yesterday
7- Copywrite - June
8- The Game ft. Busta Rhymes - Like Father, Like Son
9 - Royce Da 5'9" ft. Amerie - Life
10 - Juelz Santana - Daddy
11 - Don Trip - Letter To My Son
12 - 2pac - Letter To My Unborn Son
13 - Nas - Daughters
14 - Jay Z ft. Blue Ivy - Glory
15 - NY OIL - Father

Bonus: Common ft. Lonnie Lynn - Pop’s Rap Pt 2

Mixed by: @UnitedCrates