On the night of September 7, 1996, the MSM reported that Tupac Amaru Shakur – born, according to Wikipedia, Lesane Parish Crooks – was shot and killed by an unknown assailant after attending a boxing match in Las Vegas.
However, as has been proved time and again, when it comes to pop stars, sometimes they die, resurrect, and live to tell their own story.
Turns out, such was the case with the “late” gangster rapper and Hollywood actor Tupac Shakur.
The artificially created tastes of low brow popular culture have conditioned entire generations to believe the terms “gangster” and “rapper” are synonymous.
But, as everyone shall soon witness in an upcoming video excerpt, the comedian identified as the host actor who once portrayed the “late” but legendary “gangster rapper” “Tupac Shakur” thinks otherwise.
In fact, as everyone shall hear the comedian, identified as Tupac Amaru Shakur’s host actor, put it, he believes the term “gangster rapper” exists as an “oxymoron.’
He would, after all, know very well.
The comedian’s performance exists as prima facie evidence of the duplicity of those helping to perpetrate the phenomenon of Post-Modern Reality Simulation. On the one hand, while Tupac Amaru Shakur’s host actor denounces the “pimping” of gangster rap by his Jesuit masters upon the African-American youth of America, years earlier, he allowed himself, while posing as a “gangster” rapper, to be utilized as an agent of social chaos.