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I want to be a revolutionary Said a young Tupac Shakur From the earliest age Tupac wanted greatness and nothing less Tupac Amaru Shakur was born June 16 1971 at New York University Hospital His name Tupac Amaru was an Inca name meaning Shining Serpent and Shakur meant Thankful to God Tupac had a rough childhood From the day he was born things were rough His mother Afeni Shakur was a member of the Black Panther Party While carrying Tupac she was arrested in connection to the Black Panther Party for conspiracy to bomb several public places She was released one month before Tupacs birth Tupac grew up in the tough parts of town and did what he could to survive When Tupac turned twelve years old decided acting was his calling He joined the 127th St Ensemble a Harlem Theater Group Soon after he enrolled in the Baltimore School for Performing Arts This came to an abrupt end when Tupac age 17 was forced to leave the school and move to California with his mother Soon after the move Tupac began dealing drugs At about the same time his stepfather whom he had considered his real dad was sentenced to sixty years in jail for his role in a 1981 armored car robbery This was a devastating blow to Tupac Within a year Tupac had risen among the black youths in the area and became the chairman of The New African Panthers The New African Panthers was group which was honoring the goals of the original Black Panthers but without making the same mistakes they made In 1991 Tupac joined the rap Group Digital Underground as a roadie dancer and rapper This is where his true career began By the end of the year he released his first album It was titled 2Pacalypse Now Soon Tupac began acting In a short period of time Tupac appeared in many movies He was
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