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Tupac Shakur: The Life and Times of an American Icon …
No. In researching the All Eyez on Me true story, we discovered that Amaru Entertainment, which was founded by Tupac's late mother Afeni Shakur, has not come out in support of the movie. In fact, the movie's production company, Morgan Creek, sued Amaru Entertainment in 2009 in relation to a dispute regarding Tupac's life rights. Morgan Creek was awarded the go-ahead to proceed. This upset Tupac's heirs, who had surely wanted to retain the rights to make their own version.
After gestating in development until 2015, there's little doubt that the success of Universal's N.W.A biopic added to the urgency to bring All Eyez on Me to the big screen, in addition to the option to the rights set to expire. You likely won't hear comments from Shakur's heirs regarding the movie, mainly because a confidentiality clause in the settlement with Morgan Creek forbids them from voicing their thoughts on the film. The family has instead put their full support behind director Steve McQueen's upcoming untitled Tupac documentary. It will explore his career and offer its own theories as to who shot Tupac. -The Hollywood Reporter
The Lasting Legacy of Tupac Amaru Shakur | Life+Times
Yes. As to what started the Tupac and Biggie feud, it is believed that the shooting in the lobby of the Quad Recording Studios building in Times Square sparked the rivalry. As stated in the question above, Tupac immediately assumed Biggie and Sean Combs were involved since they were upstairs in the studio at the time.
Tupac: Resurrection | Documentary Heaven
Yes, Tupac is present in almost every rapper out today. Whether playfully slapboxing the mic or using it with force to bludgeon a message into the minds of non-believers, Tupac had a balance – as imbalanced as it felt at times. He was nobody’s one trick pony, and while we can sit and sort through every rapper from blog to Bentley, none truly have it all. Today marks 16 years since Tupac left this earth, and we still can’t find a comparable emcee.