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The Deuce's Lawrence Gilliard Jr. Explains the Tupac Connection on His Wikipedia Page - Esquire.comThe Deuce's Lawrence Gilliard Jr. Explains the Tupac Connection on His Wikipedia Page - Esquire.com
Imagine scrolling through your high school yearbook to find Tupac and Jada Pinkett Smith among your former peers. It certainly would make you feel bad about your own accomplishments and life decisions, wouldn't it? Not if your name also happens to be ...
 
Ice-T Says the 'Untimely' Deaths of Tupac & The Notorious BIG 'Didn't Have to Happen': Exclusive Clip - BillboardIce-T Says the 'Untimely' Deaths of Tupac & The Notorious BIG 'Didn't Have to Happen': Exclusive Clip - Billboard
Year after year on September 13, hip-hop aficionados honor the late Tupac for his boundless impact on gangsta rap and his ongoing influence on the genre. This past year marked 21 years since the late rapper passed away in a drive-by shooting in Las ...
 
On the anniversary of Tupac's death, looking back at his time in Baltimore - Baltimore Sun (blog)On the anniversary of Tupac's death, looking back at his time in Baltimore - Baltimore Sun (blog)
Rapper Tupac Shakur died 21 years ago today, six days after being shot on the Las Vegas strip. In honor of the anniversary, let's take a look back at Shakur's Baltimore beginnings. He spent a portion of his teenage years here and attended Baltimore ...
 
Remembering Hip-Hop Icon Tupac Shakur, 21 Years Later - BiographyRemembering Hip-Hop Icon Tupac Shakur, 21 Years Later - Biography
Hip-hop legend Tupac Shakur often rapped about themes of death in songs such as “How Long Will They Mourn Me?”, “God Bless the Dead” and “To Live and Die in L.A.” In an eerie example of life imitating art, the music video Shakur did for "I Ain't Mad at ...
 
Dead poet 'plagiarized' Tupac, Maya Angelou and others - New York PostDead poet 'plagiarized' Tupac, Maya Angelou and others - New York Post
“All eyez” are on an acclaimed Canadian poet accused of plagiarizing Tupac Shakur, Maya Angelou and other noted authors and rappers. The majority of poems in a book by the late laureate Pierre DesRuisseaux were lifted from other writers, UK-based ...
 
Canadian Poet Laureate Pierre DesRuisseaux Plagiarized Tupac, Maya Angelo & More - BillboardCanadian Poet Laureate Pierre DesRuisseaux Plagiarized Tupac, Maya Angelo & More - Billboard
There is a long history of white artists plagiarizing and appropriating work by artists of color and on Monday (Sept. 11) it was revealed that the late Canadian poet laureate Pierre DesRuisseaux joins the list. A piece published by The Guardian looks ...
 
Did This Canadian Poet Laureate Plagiarize Tupac? - GOOD MagazineDid This Canadian Poet Laureate Plagiarize Tupac? - GOOD Magazine
The work of the late Canadian poet laureate Pierre DesRuisseaux is being reconsidered in light of allegations that the writer plagiarized Tupac Shakur and Maya Angelou, among others, in a 2013 book titled “J'avance” (“I Rise”). The likenesses were ...
 
Maya Angelou and Tupac among writers plagiarized by Canadian Poet Laureate - The Chicago CusaderMaya Angelou and Tupac among writers plagiarized by Canadian Poet Laureate - The Chicago Cusader
The late Canadian poet Pierre DesRuisseaux — who once held the post as Canada's Poet Laureate — was caught plagiarizing the work of a handful of artists, including Tupac Shakur and Maya Angelou in his 2013 book Tranches de vie. First, artist Kathy ...
 
A Tupac Musical Gets a Second Chance - New York TimesA Tupac Musical Gets a Second Chance - New York Times
The cast of “Holler if Ya Hear Me,” a musical that makes use of the Tupac Shakur songbook, rehearsing for the True Colors Theater Company production. Credit Johnathon Kelso for The New York Times. ATLANTA — A rehearsal hall at the Southwest Arts ...
 
This Poet Is Being Accused Of Stealing Words From Tupac - BETThis Poet Is Being Accused Of Stealing Words From Tupac - BET
British poet Ira Lightman only recently discovered the instance of possible plagiarism in the DesRuisseaux's 2013 book, Tranches de Vie. The Canadian allegedly borrowed words from Tupac's “Sometimes I Cry” poem for one of his poems of the exact same ...