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RIP Tupac Shakur – Cradle To The Grave | Episode 1 Segment of Untold Truths

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(WorldWide Entertainment TV) Tupac Shakur was one of the greatest hip hop artists of all time. In our docuseries, we take a look at the connection of Tupac Shakur with the Black Panthers via his mother and family members. On this day in history, Tupac Shakur was gunned down in Las Vegas after attending a Mike Tyson boxing event.

“Cradle To The Grave” by “Thug Life” led by Tupac’s biggest hits. The lyrics of the song illustrated the frustrations of blacks in America. Shakur delivers chilling lyrics below from the single.

From the cradle to the grave
Life ain’t never been easy, livin’ in the ghetto
From the cradle to the grave
Life ain’t never been easy
June 16th, 1971,
Mama gave birth to a hell-raisin heavenly son
See the doctor tried to smack me but I smacked him back
The potency of the simple explanation of being birthed in America from a Black Panther would become clear by the end of his life. Streaming starting on Monday September 14th on WorldWide Entertainment TV is a detailed documentary series that includes many years of social engineering that has caused the many issues we see today that created organizations such as “Black Lives Matter”.
The segment below gives a timeline of J. Edgar Hoover proclaiming the stoppage of a “Black Nationalist” that would become a “Messiah” like figure to create upward mobility for those placed in the ghettos of the United States.
Also for the first time ever, the reason for the stoppage of the Tupac Amaru Shakur Center for the Arts and the blockage of a new 2Pac statue. Interesting as in recent times many statues have been tore down worldwide in protest of systemic racism by forefathers of the US government. Check out the clip below.