rather than just talking revolution in rhymes he actually put his life on the line in defense of another black man.
Which disputes the faker characterization often thrown at Pac. He wasn't lying about it.
To compare tim mcveigh to Pac's stepping up to assist a brother being violently assaulted by government agents (popo)..is ridiculous.
>Obviously you can't be serious or just prefer shallow emcees >who lack verbal dexterity, and thoughtful wordplay.
Tupac was hardly shallow..that's one thing he was not guilty of and while he did lack the verbal dexterity & wordplay of a Black Thought, he more than surpasses Thought in manifestation of his personality/self/feeling thru rhyme. That is also important to emceeing.
As for the use of slang/ebonics in an attempt to clown his point (& I guess imply that he's "ignorant")..well you're revealing alot. thanks for the tip.