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Tupac's final words revealed

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posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:04 PM
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I don't know if this is the right forum, but I think that according to Tupac's final words it is.


RollingStone.com) - The first police officer at the scene of Tupac Shakur's 1996 drive-by murder has revealed the last words spoken by the late rap legend. And they're not exactly peaceful.


"He looked at me, and he took a breath to get the words out, and he opened his mouth," says Chris Carroll, a retired sergeant with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, in a new feature with Vegas Seven. "And then the words came out: 'F**k you.'"
www.cnn.com...

I wonder what the cop thought when he heard that? Off the record of course.

I personally think that Tupac was put down by TPTB because of his vocal anti establisment comments and belief. He kept talking of revolution. But that is my opinion.




posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:08 PM
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a reply to: liejunkie01

Sounds like something he would say, but then again, could the cop just be trying to make him look bad?
Hard to say if those were really his last words.
Strange he is coming out to say this now

ETA:
Well he does say that he with held what he said to no make pac to look like martyr which makes a bit more sense.
As well as not wanting to talk about it without reprimand from his work which makes a lot more sense.


edit on rdFri, 23 May 2014 23:18:44 -0500America/Chicago520144480 by Sremmos80 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:10 PM
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And all along I thought it would have been "thug life".



posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:12 PM
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a reply to: liejunkie01

Hahaha. I don't know why, but that made me chuckle. 2pac deserves a biopic movie.



posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:15 PM
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I think he had pretty good reasons not to tell his story.


So why is Carroll coming forward with with information in 2014? Two reasons: Retiring from the Metro has allowed him the freedom to speak about the homicide case without being reprimanded ("It's been almost 18 years," he says. There's clearly never going to be a court case on this."), and he also didn't want "Tupac to be a martyr or a hero because he told the cops 'F**k you.'"



posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:15 PM
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double post sorry
edit on 23-5-2014 by liejunkie01 because: (no reason given)



posted on May, 23 2014 @ 11:21 PM
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a reply to: liejunkie01
That is priceless



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 12:35 AM
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I always thought it would be.. "CRAP, I've been shot!!"


Or crying for his mother.

It don't matter how bad you are you always cry in the end...



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 12:43 AM
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Thats actually pretty interesting, and makes you wonder even more exactly who Pac saw pull the trigger.




posted on May, 24 2014 @ 01:49 AM
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I personally second that emotion! the makavelli record black jesus spoke about a god that thought like we thought drank like we drank smoked like we smoked felt like we felt etc. maybe the cop was afraid pac would come to represent that if he told what he heard. I don't believe a modern jesus would "forgive them father they know not what they do" he most likely would give 'em a big ol' "# you" when im asked what would jesus do I reply light them on fire and send them to hell ALL PRAISE PAC!




posted on May, 24 2014 @ 02:08 AM
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"i coulda been somebody biggie, i coulda been a contender"



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 02:26 AM
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originally posted by: Sremmos80
a reply to: liejunkie01

Sounds like something he would say, but then again, could the cop just be trying to make him look bad?
Hard to say if those were really his last words.
Strange he is coming out to say this now

ETA:
Well he does say that he with held what he said to no make pac to look like martyr which makes a bit more sense.
As well as not wanting to talk about it without reprimand from his work which makes a lot more sense.



I don't think it looks bad, If you were murdered is that not what your last thoughts would be? BTW if this was his last words, and he had to take a deep breath to say it, do you think he was really thinking rationally? Nuff Said.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 04:19 AM
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a reply to: liejunkie01

TuPac wasn't a threat to anyone except those around him. He was no revolutionary or civil rights leader. He was just a thug rapper. And I liked his stuff. But in the end he had to reap what he had been sowing.
Musically, though.. that "old school" gangsta rap style was so much better than today's hip hop. It was very interesting music with good beats. Lyrically street wise, juvenile and borderline comedy, though. But that was part of its fun.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 05:40 AM
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I was listening to 2pac on youtube when i saw this thread


I still can´t figure out who killed him. TPTB - Police Department ( Crooked Police ) - Gangmembers - Suge Knight - P. Diddy

who ever did it. We lost a great artist and if he was still alive the world would be different.

R.I.P.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 06:56 AM
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a reply to: Annunak1

The late Frank Wright Tupacs ex bodyguard did a series of documentary style investigations called Tupac Assassination 1 2 and 3. I actually watched these last week and although at times they make some very convincing arguments one way or the other all it does is add to the confusion. There are very plausible motives for TPTB, Suge Knight and Orlando Anderson who was beaten my Pac only just before he was shot dead.

Write any connection between Puff and Biggie right out of the equation, they weren't and aren't killers .
It goes in depth on how it is very convenient that someone whom Tupac wished to have an altercation was just standing outside the MGM with no ticket to the fight, had been questioned earlier by security and could not give a valid reason for being there but was not ejected. Anderson was pointed out to Tupac by a close friend of Suge's, setting up the brawl that followed on purpose?

Security where told no firearms and no vests, communications interfered with. They make a very very good case that this followed all the hall marks of a well planned hit. As you stated previously it is just the figuring out who. I'm sure that the Biggie & Tupac documentary that claimed to have found a money trail that linked the killing of them both back to Suge was debunked a while ago now.

Just to add to this, Biggie was killed while being tailed and photographed by the FBI as part of an investigation. Many people have said that then surely they would have photographic evidence of the killers, if not their vehicle and movements in the lead up to his killing.

Another documentary to check out his hiphop cops, there is also a book by the same name available detailing the profiling of rap artists throughout the 90s as part of a federal gang unit. Very interesting stuff and some interviews that make you think that the police went to alot of effort here and employed some very shady tactics.

Then again at the ripe old age of 43 tupac is marked to return this year if the internetz is correct



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 08:18 AM
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He was no revolutionary or civil rights leader.


Obviously you must have missed the many interviews where he repeatedly states there is going to be a black revolution.

Tell me this, why whenever a famous musician speaks of a revolution, mostly peaceful, they are mysteriously murdered?

If you do your homework you will see a connection.



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posted on May, 24 2014 @ 08:25 AM
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a reply to: liejunkie01

I don't think he was a leader, I definitely think he was inspired by a lot of the teachings as a child both his mother and father were involved in the black panther movement and he was a prolific reader of all types of literature from a young age and still was at the time of his death. He was blamed for sparking the LA riots. He had more of a head on his shoulders than people want to give him credit for. He was very involved in trying to make a difference to the lives of people caught in poverty of all races.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 08:29 AM
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a reply to: liejunkie01

Tupac was a POS and it doesn't surprise me that those were his last words. Good riddance.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 08:49 AM
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a reply to: Scotscorps84


He was no revolutionary or civil rights leader.


I don't think he was a leader either.

But what he was, is very vocal and able to speak to millions of people through television and his music.

Thes ame with John Lennonand Bob Marley. They spoke of peaceful revolution.

You can look up many interviews of Tupac where hespeaks of a revolution, peaceful or not TPTB want to keep the status quo, and are afraid of the very word revolution.



posted on May, 24 2014 @ 08:59 AM
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a reply to: Scotscorps84



Write any connection between Puff and Biggie right out of the equation, they weren't and aren't killers .

Anyone can become a killer. They just have to believe in their mind they are doing the right thing.



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