2Pac feels as if the media does not give enough respect or love to rappers, due to public perception
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He’s going to shoot a 12 gauge shotgun shell, directly to your skull.
Rather than killing you outright, Dre pumps his loaded 12-gauge shotgun while aiming at your forehead.
Rob’s favirote hangout happens to be a bar.
He ment that he couldn’t beleive that Rob would fire shots at his brother.
The protagonist’s brother is injured, but the protagonist feels confident, about what he is going to do.
Now that the Protagonist is getting bigger, he does not have to do the dirty work in the illegal drug business, instead there are other people working for him.
Since the protagonist is getting around a thousand dollars a week, he begins to realize that school is pointless for a drug dealer like him.
“Got myself an Uzi and my brother a nine”, was sampled by Dr. Dre on the album “The Chronic”, off the song “The Day the Niggaz Took Over”
Over time, his brother becomes his partner, and they start their own illegal drug business.
KRS-One claimed that justice did not come from the police, instead it came from the Black Panthers, a militant party, focused on arming blacks, and empowering them.