REVOLT IMO | What's your favorite Tupac Shakur movie?Tupac could have been king of the big screen.
Sep 13, 2017

On September 13, 1996, the hip hop world suffered a major blow when rapper Tupac Shakur died at the age of 25, six days after being shot in Las Vegas. Besides being an amazing lyricist and poet, Tupac Shakur had a promising career as an actor. From his debut in Juice to his appearances in television, Tupac has always been great in front of the camera. REVOLT nation, take our poll below and let us know what your favorite Tupac movie is.

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