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Watch this never-before-seen clip of Tupac mocking the people who shot him

Rapper sent a message to the people who shot him
Photo source: Bang Media Services

In November 1994, legendary rapper Tupac Shakur was shot five times and robbed in the lobby of Quad Studios in New York. Fast forward to 2024, and there’s an unseen video released of the rapper clowning the people who attempted to kill him.


The video shows Tupac talking in front of a camera with his shirt off, sending a message to the men who shot him.


“I just want to send another message out to the dudes that shot me. I’m still here,” Tupac said. “All five bullets touched me but you couldn’t kill me, so all you did was just give me much more ambition, that much more drive to go forward.

“You’re really not going to be able to stop me because I’m going to be unstoppable … my heart is strong, my drive is strong. I feel like God put his hands on me, so thanks to everybody who supported me. For the dudes that shot me, thanks, but no thanks. I’m still alive, you missed, I’m hard to kill.”


On the night of the shooting, three men approached Tupac and demanded money. He was shot twice in the head, twice in the groin, and once in the hand.

Tupac blamed Biggie Smalls following the shooting as he happened to be recording in the same building. The shooting is said to have been what started the beef between the east coast and west coast music facions.

One Response

  1. It wasn’t Biggie nor his crew. If y’all would go back and watch All Eyes On Me then you’ll would know that it was the guy Nigil crew who shot Tupac Shukur at the studio

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