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March 21, 2008

This letter was written to Biggie’s family after he died ver 10 years ago.

By Mutulu Shakur, Tupac’s Stepfather

To Brother Biggie’s Family; We believe the lost of Biggie and Tupac will have a tremendous impact on our younger generation. When all the facts are received and analyzed, it will show through all the negative and false accusations and unprincipled actions in the public which is where our young draws its influence, Brother Biggie acted in a principle way toward our son and his public actions were principled by their very nature which was true to the life game in which he lived.
Our family has not come to any final conclusion as to who killed our son, Tupac. Nor, why he was killed. His murder and the death of Yafeu “Kadafi” Fula son of Yaasmyn Fula and P.O.W. SEKOU ODINGA a month after Tupac, and the senseless murder of Javana Thomas the daughter of Freedom Fighter Innie Thomas and the late B.L.A commander JOHN THOMAS has our family and extended family in constant grief as well as searching for the truth in all matters. It has always been our position that with no investigation, no right to speak or act. We are continuing our investigation as to determining the truth of all actions and the matters associated with reasons; thereby determing our actions.  We do know that Brother Biggie was a part of an industry that has been under attack from the highest form of government officials. They have targeted Tupac, Sister Souljah, Ice T, Ice Cube, and Snoop Dogg to just name a few. The object of this attack reportedly was the lyrics’ contents and the connection to crime. “If” this is/was the only case why would devil worshippers(music and artist) not be hounded out also? Since they openly worship the devil in a so-called, God fearing country. (Their music and profane religion outright denounces the government while preaching mayhem destructions and even death to their parents, government and even nonbelievers in their philosophical satanism).

 Yes, we must take responsibility for our own actions. We must acknowledge that we have powers to shape minds and souls. Tupac, Biggie and Yafeu all could bring us closer to the real deal or turn us in upon ourselves. That power is not easy to comprehend when your only goal is to “come up”. The struggle of saving and speaking for has been a tremendous task for most if not all leaders. But, this government and those who have profitted from the music culture of Black people; really know “power” and how to utilize it both internally and externally. Their goal has been long range and very specific to their economical survival and political agenda.
 Wheras our loved ones; our rappers, wanted to explain their pain and indentify from where they came, and describe their present life and at times asked us to hope for a better tomorrow, if all things were fair. If our familys'(SHAKURS) lack of response to rumors and allegations contributed to any confusion as to what principle we stand on; let it be known and clear!! We do not believe in COINCIDENCES. We believe history has demonstrated that the murders of Black people(young & old) who can have a profound impact; those who refuse to “Bos Down”, even if they themselves are not clear on the reasons why, have and will be targeted by the government at its highest level. These murders have historically proven over time to have the hand of government secret agents or the stimulation by the government for negative responses and was initiated by these agents working on behalf of the government and their secret agendas.
 We mourn Brother Biggie and Tupac with the rest of the Black Nation because they(our son, brother, father and leader in their own rights) have clearly been victims of a set of circumstances which was implemnted outside of their control and/or ability to influence. While I disagree with the method of discussing issues of our internal contradictions in the entertainment media. Tupac in his Makaveli record clearly changed his wrongful view of who shot him and who was heading it in New York, and why? Thats’ not to say that we know the Makaveli allegations is correct, only that any “Fan” of Tupacs’ would surely have known that Tupac revised his wrongful(stance) against Biggies’ involvement concerning his shooting in New York. And he wanted his “Fans” to know it.
 It is common knowlege that Brother Biggie was under surveillance by the FBI or other goverment agents. And his every movement was reportedly being watched concerning a parole or possible parole violation. How come those agents did not protect him, or at least apprehend or pursue the people who did the shooting?(and, the same must be said, for my son Tupac). The tactics by law enforcement agencies in the past have been to arrest these high profile artist on gun violations. Leaving them in a “catch 22” situation to violate parole by defending themselves. Or leaving themselves defenseless making them easy prey for a would be assassin and stick-up kid. Surely, the FBI was at the party.
 AFENI and I have never supported a Crip vs Blood feud as presented by the Las Vegas Police concerning our son’s assassination. And, I have always pushed the “Codes of the Thug Life”. Which demands that the various crews select representatives and sit down as the peace table and talk about any disputes and misunderstanding that falls between them. Our life is committed to our people, even with the death our our own Tupac and Yaki.(They are not the only martyrs of our family killed under questionable circumstances, and probably won’t be the last. Though I pray otherwise). If we, on the East Coast and the West Coast or the Crips and Bloods(as well as other rival Black Gangs and Street Organizations) began to kill each other(ourselves) over or, for unclear reasons in revenge for matters we are not sure of, we will be killing good potential warriors, who will be needed greatly in the face of OUR REAL STRUGGLE against THE REAL ENEMY(Like you don’t know!!!) who has masterminded the dessension that now exists between families of the same Nation by eradicating ourselves with (Black on Black) crimes.
 What we must understand is that our warriors are needed when it has been proven beyond contradiction that the CIA were principal importers of Crack Cocaine and Cocaine period into the hood, initiating the newly created Drug laws that were blatantly reacially motivated to set into motion tactics of genocide to destroy and lock away our brothers and sisters for the rest of their lives. They have also created conditions that breed the worst in us. Look at how long the struggle in South Afrika was extended because of the fighting of (Afikan on Afrikan) Zulas against A.N.C and P.A.A.C.
 Rap music and the Hip-Hop nation is a movement unclear of its final objectives, but a movement nevertheless, with potentials this government already fully understands and is prepared to destroy. If we look back in our history on the Black Nationalist Movement, the assassination of BUNCHY CARTER and JOHN HUGGINS two great Panthers on the West Coast by the members of U.S. organizations ran by Mr.Ron Karaga. Afters years of my investigation as a memeber of the National Task Force for Cointel-pro Litigation Research, in connection with GERONIMO JI JAGAS’ trial. The motivation and participation in the murders by the FBI has been proven beyond a doubt. The murder-assassination of ROBERT WEBB, a West Coast Panther functioning out of New York, killed on 125th St. and 7th Ave, sparked a vengeful killing of another great Panther, SAM NAPIER.
 The assassination of ROBERT WEBB was revealed to be FBI motivated as well as their direct participation in his assassination which in design was to split the parties East Coast and West Coast connection. At that time many of us funcioned out of our emotions and ignorance and played into it. These types of specified killings helped to destroy our movement, accomplishing the governments’ goals. Don’t go for it!!! Learn from our past mistakes…Act at all times by rationale and reasoning. We do not want the death of Tupac or Biggie to be used as a base for internal fractional side contradictions. Nor for Biggie and Tupac to be used to fuel further strife, dissession, and destruction internally by the Federal/Mass Media governing the situation.
 In the name of Biggie and Tupac, stop playing yourselves, and start putting resources into the real struggle. Show love to your warriors, pay attention to the game that’s being played on/against us. SEARCH FOR TRUTH!!! Don’t look at who shot Biggie and Tupac, but WHY they were shot. Don’t be fooled by the media that(seldom if ever had a kind word for rappers) has never shown real concern for your/our welfare. STOP FAKING TUFF…BE TUFF…!!!
 Remember Biggie for being a principled man, not playing into the media’s hype; jumping the gun even in the face of some clear disrespect which I apologize for. Don’t allow them to continue to play them. Instead show them love…Tupac and Biggie will talk on another plane.
 Let Tupac’s and Biggie’s fans grow into a true bond like when they first started out.
 Let’s do it for them! Continue to search for truth.
 May ALLAH give comfort to Brother Biggie’s family. Especially his offspring as well as friends and fans. MUCH LOVE TO YOU BIGGIE!!!
 To all the Thugs; Live by the code, protect yourselves at ALL times. Failure to do so could cost us all.

12 Comments leave one →
  1. Nika permalink
    March 21, 2008 12:25 pm

    That is some deep, true stuff…….real talk. Thank you.

  2. April 17, 2008 9:07 pm

    But Tupac shakur Aint Dead He Just Faking His Death. Tupac Blew Biggie Away

  3. April 17, 2008 9:11 pm

    An the shakur family no wer tupac is anyway y r they faking!!!!! New Mexico

  4. Mali permalink
    July 14, 2008 5:45 pm

    The Death of Pac n Biggie turned them into the legends we see today. Both knew that their time was coming. Both talked about death more than anyone else. Who ever pulled the trigga on both MC’s tho, must have killed them selves after they have realized what they acctualy have done. Concerning Pac being alive.. that shouldn’t be the topic at all anymore. Dead or Alive, Pac did his thing and gave us great music. If he’s dead, let that man rest in peace, if he is alive.. let that man die in peace.

    One luv..

    Real thugs stand up…Fake G’s bow down.

  5. whoknewdatru permalink
    September 17, 2008 11:30 am

    Man thats some real shit he saying. People need to wake up and stop letting the media tell them what reality is. Does anyone how I can contact Mutulu Shakur?

  6. November 15, 2008 7:07 am

    I think this letter tells a lot of truth, biggie didn’t kill 2pac and 2pac peeps didn’t kill biggie, they were both ¨suppose¨ to be under surveillance by government agents so what the f…k happened? government agents killed them both and made us all believe they did it to each other.

    One love.

  7. March 17, 2009 9:39 pm

    well was up this is lilcj a.k.a lil pac and what have learn from 2pac is we gotta stand up for owr black male s and be who we wanna be in life but we struggle to over come every thing and 2pac is like a farther like i never had in my life and 2pac when he was alive he was my icon and hero and mutulu shakur is like my techer owr black male s and i laern in life from 2pac is i can be who i wanna be and owr history maybe come back and throw out 2pac life hip – hop was he passion and life from thug life and the thug code and far from back in the day when east cost and west cost beefing and thin they findly realize they can come together and 2pac life was pain and struggle’s and the mentally with the cop “s and his mom throw the pass and that what he reminisce throw his life time and this is for the people that say bad thing “s about 2pac just shut up that s his life not owr and this is for the people that thinking he dead or alive if he dead let him rest in pace and if he alive let him make his ablum “s and stay at home with his mom and if he was alive of what ever he will be saying the same thing and i know we all miss him and biggle and all of them but love 2pac shakur

  8. May 21, 2009 8:39 pm

    chinga tu madre putos nortenos

  9. March 5, 2011 2:11 pm

    Tupac is a legend and a true definition of a true thug in australia in music tupacs all u here he will not be forgeton although me myself and millions others think hes alive i do belive and hope he was tough he aint gone no 1 of his bg gave chasf come on example sut up shop in tiawana numerous interviews with rappers eminem song thing aint the same since tupac move to cuba right ok listen here im 13 in whyalla south australia i was out shopping with my mom and out of nowere i saw a man that looked like i mean exact it was weird i thought i was being stupid and i didnt want to stare much because it would be rude but i did and he saw i told my mum to look and she was in shocked and then i said to my mum omg i think its tupac and then he dissapeared i looked all over the shops thats how sure i was it was him and i wonder to this day if i should of said sumthing i am always on the lookout and know 4 sure that it was him and he was wearing stuff that pac does it was unreal and i know that hes alive and have your oppinion but no i aint lying and 4 real sum1 look into this people suggest that eminems song 25 to life is bout pac em said so as a huge fan i am spending hours trying to know the truth and i think i found it in australia he is alive i not what my role model looks like man black haze sounds like pac theres no way hes dead and 4 me an australian child wanting to follow in his footsteps and rap and stick up 4 myself to my father to the people that pick on me i wouldnt be here today wit out him he is a father 4 me and i know it was him at the shopping centre belive me or not he was trying to change the world 4 betta and succeseded in so many ways but cops wont get cause u have badge dnt mean u own the place it should be free what i saw a old lady tackled to the ground and just cause she needed food come on we gotta do what we have to survive yes ive been through struggle and me now 13 remember my name floyd haake and be ready 4 me to take off were tupac started a sign i saw him and one day this world will be bett

  10. April 20, 2011 4:32 am

    Illumanati need to be stopped

  11. April 20, 2011 4:35 am

    Illumanati need to be stopped killumanati tupac fuck nwo

  12. April 20, 2011 4:37 am

    Tupac amaru shakur is a legend makaveli

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