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Tupac was always criticized because of his views on the issues of the world Because of his criminal background reporters would refer to him as a trouble maker When Tupac was alive hs criticism was more negative than positive If you ask older generations about Tupac they would call him names like Thug Gangster rapper or a Hoodlum Others would say his apparel is not presentable Mom always said not judge a book by its coverI think that Tupac was positive role model for making mankind realize the issues going on in the world In one of his songs changes he stated We gotta start makin changes learn to see me as a brother stead of 2 distant strangers He was explaining that the world is filled with violence and danger and mankind needs to come together to fight People that sat down and listened to his song made them change for the better Realization is always positivePeople never understood Tupac and his philosophy on life Some people listened to the media and were ignorant of who he really was Societies confused him for a thug rapped about negativity but in reality rapped about causes to motive the youth Analyst thought he was a part of the east west coast tension but he just didnt trust anybody after he got shotIn my opinion he had a great sense of poetry Most of his poems were filled with ethos and pathos throughout his life You could feel all the pain and hurt he went through that angered him Growing up poor and not as fortunate as other children made embarrassed and sad as a boy who got pants In some his poems he would write about love and peace He pictured a world where all races were together and he could finally find the love of his life You never just find thug that write poems with strong emotion like him Some dont even most
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