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Tupac Shakur on respecting women: Hypocrisy?

Daryl 2012/02/14 15:35:28
Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
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When Tupac Shakur was murdered at the age of 25, he was already one of the top selling recording artists of all time.



This is Tupac Shakur at 17 describing his respect for women and how he planned to encourage other men to show respect for women.

This is Tupac Shakur just a few years later.
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Tupac Shakur on respecting women: Hypocrisy?

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  • ☆SPIDERPIECES☆: HERO of PHAET 2012/02/14 19:15:11
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    ☆SPIDERPIECES☆: HERO of PHAET
    +5
    "When I talk about my love for women, I'm talking about strong women like my sister. When I talk about bitches and hoes that exactly who I'm talking about, bitches and hoes. Not all women are bitches and hoes. Men can be bitches and hoes too."

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  • carlos 2013/07/15 10:05:28
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    carlos
    Tupac was a great role model he never talked bad about a real woman like he said only the bitches and hoes both female and male not every girl or guy is called a woman or man you have to earn that tittle and Tupac clearly talks about the ones who don't have that tittle
  • Katrina 2013/05/05 14:37:37
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Katrina
    He disgusts me! Anyone who is "inspired" by him needs to find a REAL role model QUICKLY! There was nothing special about that fool, not even his so called skill.
  • Bloody Brey 2012/02/20 12:20:24
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    Bloody Brey
    I guess he gave up on trying to respect women and just got them whatever way he could. Or he could have been lying in the first vid.
  • Get Bashed 2012/02/15 19:27:36
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Get Bashed
    +1
    Just because other a%@holes are getting away with it, is not a reason to buy into it. Why change from gentlemen to prick, that hurts your character and does nothing for the lady in question.
  • LukeC 2012/02/15 03:18:41 (edited)
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    LukeC
    +1
    The man said he wasnt gonna change the world but that he would spark the brain that will.

    Plus Hit Em Up was beef talk, we say anything to get at our enemies and Biggies biggest asset was that he was a player, so what better way to get at him.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?...
    He understood women.
  • Just Another Girl (5) 2012/02/14 22:09:38
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    Just Another Girl (5)
    +1
    There should have been an *other* option. As I did not know this guy so I can't say for sure what he really thought or believed. However, if he talks about respecting women and then sings/raps about being disrespectful to women it kinda does make him a hypocrite. However, if he was lying in the original video when he was 17 then he has no respect for women and it makes him a liar not a hypocrite
  • Mantic 2012/02/14 22:08:02
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Mantic
    +1
    Do as I say not as I do, yeah? So typical.

    Sadly, it seems many women seek out abusers.

    Can you believe the women here defending these misogynistic rap songs?
  • Libertarian 2012/02/14 21:59:55
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Libertarian
  • eminemfan 2012/02/14 21:14:52
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    eminemfan
    +1
    no hes just singing it dosent mean he believes in it of dose it nd also he was only 17 when he did that intervew maby he changed but honistly im not offended by lyrics like that at all (being a girl XP) eminem says WAY WORSE stuff about girls nd hes my favorite artist ppl just need to take things less seriously
  • Arinn 2012/02/14 20:52:22
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Arinn
    +1
    When someone is famous it's hard to tell who likes them or not
  • ☆SPIDERPIECES☆: HERO of PHAET 2012/02/14 19:15:11
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    ☆SPIDERPIECES☆: HERO of PHAET
    +5
    "When I talk about my love for women, I'm talking about strong women like my sister. When I talk about bitches and hoes that exactly who I'm talking about, bitches and hoes. Not all women are bitches and hoes. Men can be bitches and hoes too."

  • akhippie 2012/02/14 18:35:10
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    akhippie
    +1
    As much a hypocrit as Paula Dean writing a book on cooking for diabetics, what too soon.
  • TMan 2012/02/14 18:12:21
  • Spyderman739 2012/02/14 18:07:04
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Spyderman739
    +1
    He's a rapper, goes without saying he's also a hypocrite.
  • David (oYo) 2012/02/14 17:35:48
  • Mike 2012/02/14 16:53:04
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Mike
    +2
    His lyrics tell the true story
  • DS in Oak Ridge NC 2012/02/14 16:04:09
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    DS in Oak Ridge NC
    +2
    Respect? That's crazy-talk. He was a thug, and played the part as best he could.
  • Pilot337 2012/02/14 15:57:46
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Pilot337
    +4
    When a car rolls up next to me at a light and the driver is "sharing" some of that crap at full, door-rattling volume it's impossible not to hear the lyrics. I roll up my windows, hope for a quick green, and put distance between us as quickly as possible. I need a shower to wash the filth off. Respecting women? That isn't what I heard coming out of those speakers.
  • mike jones Pilot337 2012/02/14 16:54:33
  • Jersey ... mike jones 2012/02/14 17:18:48
    Jersey Roze ♥Jwon's Cyar'ika ♥
    +1
    I agree with you there. Rap used to be do meaningful at one point, but what happened??...
  • mike jones Jersey ... 2012/02/14 21:25:55
    mike jones
    +2
    I guess so...But really, when was it ever meaningful? As a whole I mean. Sure, there alot of good rap songs with actual meanings but 99% are garbage.
  • Jersey ... mike jones 2012/02/14 21:31:47 (edited)
    Jersey Roze ♥Jwon's Cyar'ika ♥
    +1
    I mean like 30 years ago, when hip hip and rap actually had sustenance...Like you could listen to rappers like Rakim, or Slick Rick, or Run DMC, or Get Fresh Crew, and not have to hear fellow women being called derogatory terms, like you hear today, and all that other crap...
  • _-T3x4S_M4D3-_ 2012/02/14 15:48:29
  • mike jones _-T3x4S... 2012/02/14 16:56:23
    mike jones
    +1
    Oh I'm sorry, did you know Tupac personally? ts a joke, just like its a joke when my friends who listen rap try to tell me that alot of them dont write stuff dowm, they just think of it and it comes out...My reply, are you with Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Drake, ect ect when they write these travesties ? NOOOO, so no YOU dont KNOW!
  • BHGOzzy 2012/02/14 15:44:57
    No, Tupac Shakur was just tired of 'Le Friendzone'
    BHGOzzy
    +2
    Ahh, his interlude into hard gansta rap.

    Pretty prophetic, eh?
  • Daryl 2012/02/14 15:43:34
    Yes Tupac Shakur was a hypocrite
    Daryl
    +5
    Some of the ugliest lyrics and most disgusting acts against women are committed by individuals who claim to 'support women's rights'.

    ayanna jackson
  • Chris - The Rowdy One! #187 2012/02/14 15:37:55

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