Tupac Amaru Shakur is a world-famous rap music artist, born on June 16, 1971 in New York. He managed to sell over 75 million albums and despite his death at a young age, he managed to enter the Best Selling Music Artists list. In many of his songs, he talked about violence and hardship in the slums, racism and social problems.
It was shot 4 times on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada. He died 6 days after he was hospitalized with a diagnosis of respiratory and heart failure.
He had a philosophy of life that he tried to convey to all humanity. He left behind thousands of words memorized by millions. We have brought together a few words that make you think, question and give meaning to life.
“Trying to find the right words to say at the right time is like a battle.”
“Death is not the greatest loss in life. The greatest loss is the one who dies inside while still alive. Never surrender.”
“We don’t need more singers, basketball players or football players. We need thinking people.”
“Study and read because smart people know what this world needs.”
“Laugh now, cry later.”
“They have money for wars, but they cannot feed the poor.”
“Stay strong in this world full of haters of achievers.”
“What kind of man are you going to be when we’re starving here?”
“When I die, people will know what I’m talking about.”
One of Tupac’s impressive speeches about his philosophy of life on humanity:
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