Was Tupac Shakur gay? Was it clouded by his popularity and now legendary status as one of da best rappers ever? If it was revealed that he was, would yo opinion change about him?
As a homosexual, i personally think that he might have been that way. Of course he wuz poetic and talented, but so much to the point he could do and say whateva he wanted and people would like him. He did lash out alot. But that's life for u. He liked showing luv to his homies too. I enjoy the same. Most closeted homosexuals aren't timid and shy. They blend in. They are the ones you least suspect. Hell, i was on the football team in school and me and about 6 other n***** (respected as some of the best athletes in our region) were in the closet. N***** get tired of trying to put on a persona of this "tough guy" who loves hoes and is all gangsta 24-7. All im saying is that there is a movement going on in the industry today and all of you n***** who hate will be eating your words when you find out that sum of yo favorite entertainers are (and were) in the closet. Holla
I HOPE YO F***** AZZ DIE FROM AIDS IN DA MOUTH FOR POSTING SOME B******* LIKE DIS,DAT N**** PAC A LEGEND AND HOMO N***** SHOULDNT SPEAK HIS NAME,ESPECIALY WHEN U SAYING STUPID S*** LIKE DAT..............
U f***** n***** kill me.n**** where I'm from you'd get your face beat soft for even askin some b******* like that and u wonder why people gay bash.u punk muthafuckas always try to legitimize that sick a** lifestyle by makin s*** up about people everybody love.PAC was never gay thats blasphemy u b**** a** n****.die slow my 44 make sho all u b**** n***** don't grow
I thnk it shouldn't matter whether he was or wasn't but, I think u did this on purpose just to get someone to comment on this theory u used one of the biggest name in rap, cause u know someone is goin to have a problem wit u saying that. U put urself in pac's shoes would u like it if all u was tryin to do was rest in peace and u got some homosexual stir up s*** and throwin dirt on ur name. I mean if by some chance ur right it still ain't none of ur biz
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