Tupac later donated a brand new audio system to her school. TUPAC GOES TO THE PROM A Tupac fan wrote a letter to his fan club, asking the late rapper to be her prom date.
About a month later, Tupac showed up at her doorstep.
Furthermore, Pac had rock solid relationships with East Coast folks like Busta Rhymes and Treach from Naughty By Nature.
Tupac’s non-profit organization recently celebrated 15 years of serving the community. Erica, Tupac, and his stepfather Mutulu Shakur, established The Code in 1994.
The center teaches vocal training, ballet, jazz, recording & engineering, theater and creative writing. The mission was simply to keep young people out of jail and to decrease “Black on Black” crime.
When her prom day came, Tupac arrived in a limo to pick up his fan.
At the school function Tupac signed autographs, took photos, and even got on the dance floor with her for five songs before he left. TUPAC RACES TO THE EMERGENCY ROOM During a promo tour stop in Washington, DC, as Tupac was on his way back to the airport, he heard on the radio about a young girl who was in the emergency room after being attacked and mauled by a dog.
Soon after Joshua’s death Tupac renamed his publishing company from Ghetto Gospel Music to Joshua’s Dream. TUPAC’S CELEBRITY YOUTH FOOTBALL LEAGUE Before his death, Tupac was in the works of developing a Celebrity Youth Football League.
Each celebrity involved would sponsor a youth sports team, by buying uniforms and hiring a staff of coaches. A PLACE CALLED HOME Tupac put together a benefit concert to help a growing non-profit organization, A Place Called Home, raise money for a new building.In 1996, Pac invited the Boot Camp Clik, the Brooklyn Hip-Hop collective, to record The album at his summer mansion.The album has never been released, but the effort was definitely there before his death."When you have two young people that have very strong feelings, but there was no physical chemistry between us at all, and it wasn't even just for me! There was a time when I was like, ' Just kiss me!Let's just see how this goes.' When I tell you it had to be the most disgusting kiss for us both." She reasoned that they just were not meant to be. Nearly 20 years after Tupac Shakur's death, Jada Pinkett Smith revealed in a new interview with Howard Stern on Wednesday, June 3, what broke her intimate friendship with the late rapper before his 1996 murder.