H-E-A-D Cocktales by Too Short

While “blow job” (coming from “below job”) is an Anglo term, dating to the 19th century, “Head” is All-American, baby!

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Bless the boys and all my little girls Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

In the Talmud it is written: a man & woman have not completed the mitzvot of child-bearing until both a son and daughter have been born unto them

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Cause being black hurts
And even worse if you speak first
Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

Being black is hard; trying to speak up and work for change — like Malcolm X (or 2Pac, for that matter) — only makes it harder

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Ain't no way in hell that I could ever be a rapist Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac served 11 months in prison for “sexual abuse” (a lighter rape charge) of a 19-year old. He vehemently denied the charge

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I got shot 5 times but I'm still breathing
Living proof there's a God - if you need a reason
Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac was shot 5 times and robbed of $40K jewelry one day before facing sexual assault charges in prison! He was struck twice in the head, twice in the groin, and once in one hand… but he checked himself out of the hospital not 24 hours later, because he feared the killers would come back to the hospital and finish him off.

Unclear if 2Pac means that his survival of the attack is proof of God’s existence or is 2Pac himself is the proof.

But — as Kirkegaard would say — (and 2Pac seems to agree), true faith does not search a logical animus.

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TUPACFAN
September 14th, 2012

When he was shot 5 times he could'n’t believe like no one does because he was so near to to death…So he’s giving a message to all who don;t believe in god that god exist and you can take Tupac as a proof (that he forgive tupac for his sins and he gave him back his soul)

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See my life ain't promised but it's sure getting better Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

Life is not fair, at birth we are promised nothing

Still, Pac tries to keep a positive attitude

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My only friend is my misery
Wanting revenge for the agony they did to me
Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac feels that white people (“they”) have forced him into a habitus of criminal behavior against his will

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May 3rd, 2013

he didnt mean all white people or just whiet people. just the greedy higher up people in the world that t=did not care about him and his people (mostly white but not all)

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Cause my mama say I'm good for nothing, so I'm out Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac’s mom did, in fact, stop speaking to her son during his troubled adolescence

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Went to school, but I dropped out and left the house Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac attended the Baltimore School for the Arts, where he excelled at ballet before, indeed, dropping out

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But she proud
When she witnessed baby boy rip a crowd
Letter To My Unborn Child by 2Pac

2Pac’s mom was quite proud of his rapping abilities, and enjoyed watching him “rip” (please) a crowd during rap concerts

To this day, 2Pac’s mom is devoted to promoting her son’s music (God bless you Afeni, thank you for your son)

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August 12th, 2013

the above explanation is somewhat true,but not quite..tupac was referring to his first acting job, at the apollo theatre in harlem.the event was a fund-raiser for Rev.jesse jackson, who was running or president.tupac played the role of travis,in “raisin' in the sun” and did a great job for a then 13 yr old.his mother saw that he had talent and enrolled him at the ‘baltimore school for the arts’ where he thrived and discovered himself.tupac always said,tat ‘acting was his first love'he only 'rapped’ because he was poor and had to feed his family

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