Tupac Shakur: Lost Prison Interview Circa 1994 (video)

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I know many readers of this site are rap fans so I figured many would appreciate this rare video. It is a 45 minute uncut interview with Tupac Shakur during the time he was incarcerated. This might remind people of the time when artists had something to say and had views about issues.

Tupac was about 22 years old in this video. One can only imagine the potential influence he could have had on the world as his mind matured and his views evolved. This might explain why there was such a massive FBI file about him…and probably why he got murdered. As he said himself in this interview: “They’ll start taking out anyone who is trying to do something positive for the community”. What can be more positive than making “being smart” a cool thing?


“If you take me out of the game, you won’t want to see the next one. Trust me. Take me out of the game, you won’t wanna see this next dude, ’cause he ain’t gonna have no compassion.”

Boy was he right.

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Cristian
3 years 5 months ago

in an interview , im not sure if its this one , he talks about the prison guards let him take an extra bath because Madonna was going to see him… Madonna…. a white girl……….likes rap music………….? that is freaken wierd I always questioned why the heck she wanted to visit him.. was pac into all the illumaniti and then got out?

5 years 13 days ago

Man what a classic interview, great watch!

WOW!
5 years 3 months ago

“If you take me out of the game, you won’t want to see the next one. Trust me. Take me out of the game, you won’t wanna see this next dude, ’cause he ain’t gonna have no compassion.”

And he was right !!

R.I.P. Tupac Shakur !

IloveTupac
5 years 4 months ago

Tupac to me was more then just a rapper,

he was my role model. That one person that i can look up to and be proud to. He taught me that both blak and white it dont matter.

He was and always will be a legend and role model to me.

R.I.P Tupac Amaru Shakur ily

Julia
5 years 4 months ago

He was a very intelligent young man. This video shows a promising artist that has a conscience and cares about the world and people. Compared to the wannebe thugs and rappers nowadays that can't even string a sentence together because they are too stoned and drugged out. I guess because he has his own mind, thoughts and opinions and was strong minded, that was why they couldn't have him become anymore popular than he was.

BeePollen714
5 years 4 months ago

I send all my love, I hope u dont have to reencarnate back into this world. Maybe u will end up in Patra with all the other great artist.

There is another artist people should know about. His name is K-Rino he has real lyrics like Tupac. Just youtube him you wont be dissapointed.

peace, love, life

Kavithan
5 years 4 months ago
The fact that a person can have this much influence in terms of current issues we face today, having passed away in 1996, Tupac, and what he left behind is still very much relevant to instances that occur in the media, politics and the world as a unit. We still have people painting him with the narrow-minded brush of a thug and villain. Which by all means is an opinion at the end of the day. But if one was to really pay attention and listen and converse rather that dictate and turn those said opinions into facts then we… Read more »
WaitingonGod
5 years 4 months ago
"Wake up, it's a staged piece of propaganda. The Obama Deception is a hard-hitting film that completely destroys the myth that Barack Obama is working for the best interests of the American people. The Obama phenomenon is a hoax carefully crafted by the captains of the New World Order. He is being pushed as savior in an attempt to con the American people into accepting global slavery. We have reached a critical juncture in the New World Order's plans. It's not about Left or Right: it's about a One World Government. The international banks plan to loot the people of… Read more »
5 years 4 months ago

Thanks, VC, for bringing this to light and to our attention!!!!

ABlackGuy
5 years 5 months ago

"LOST" prison interview my ass. This was WITHHELD!

5 years 5 months ago

In jail for "forcibly touching the buttocks"? WTH? The TSA is doing that every day and we're supposed to be ok with that.

This guy is droppin' some serious knowledge. What a tragic loss. Keep his memory alive by keeping it realz, yo. Every one of us.

peter
5 years 5 months ago

first off, the music industry is controlled by satan just youtube john todd who worked for zodiac productions and do some research and u will see and understand. tupac sold his soul for fame and money just like all other singers/rappers which are not christians. if tupac was so worried about black people then maybe he should of moved to africa which makes the life style of african americans look plush in camparison.

princess
5 years 5 months ago
Its mighty funny how they say black ppl promote violance nd they have a list of they type of music rappers shud rap to make us seem more ignorant, more violent, nd make black women seem like their whores…then throw it in their faces later on if they try to speak out…like tupac nd dmx…. then you got ppl from my hood believin they aint never gonna b nuttin but a whore or think you gotta b a rapper or a basketball player to make money…i do wish black ppl would open their eyes i kno when i finish school… Read more »
Kandy134
5 years 5 months ago
It's amazing to see the profound impact he's had over so many people in his short life. I have a deep respect for Tupac. Anybody who is not afraid to stand up and speak the truth in a world constantly trying to tear you down, deserves mad respect. It's a shame I can only dream about what more he could've accomplished if he'd still been alive today. On a brighter not, just because Tupac has passed on doesn't mean there aren't rap artists today out there speaking about real issues; the truth. Lupe Fiasco, Immortal Technique and such are just… Read more »
Gregg Riggs
5 years 5 months ago
Speaking as a white boy from rural America, I can easily say I used to hate Tupac. Now that I'm older I've realized that I was taught to hate Tupac and others like him. Just like "the black man" in the ghetto is taught to hate "the white man," I was also taught to hate "ghetto insert-n-word-here." What I've learned is that there has been (and still is) a huge push from within the black community to step away from this conditioning. I've stepped away from it too. Let it be said by a white ex-redneck: I love my black… Read more »
5 years 5 months ago
I just wanted to clarify Gregg, blacks aren't taught to "hate" the white man. That distrust we have for white people is ingrained. We're taught through history to watch our backs around the white man. You can't blame us for that it's self-preservation. Even the most militant-minded black person doesn't "hate" white people — they just don't TRUST them. That's another way the illuminati has programmed white people to think — further building contention amongst us bottom bricks. I'm glad the truth has found you. Those blinders will fall off one peice at a time. I will speak for myself… Read more »
harm one
5 years 5 months ago
Pac did alot for raising awareness and changing things for the minorities in America, besides his music. This video touches on it. Yes, the conspiracy surrounding his death does have an Illuminati ring to it…That's for sure. what was the exact reasoning in the killers and conspirators minds?? Was the killing an act of cowardice on behalf of illuminati forces? I wish I knew the whole truth behind it all but the fact is when multiple people probably want you dead, in high places or not you gotta watch your ass. Regardless of their race, gang ties, illuminati ties…My friends… Read more »
dan the man
5 years 5 months ago

tupacs murder has connections to the jews, who if you dont know control america http://iamthewitness.com/FBI%20files%20on%20Tupac

semporia graccha
5 years 5 months ago

honestly, do think Jews are responsible for the world's problems? Jesus and his disciples and his mother were all Jewish and they obviously didn't do that. this is a ridiculous theory

Don'tGetIt
5 years 5 months ago

Everyone doesn't have the same opinion. With that said, for those who JUST DON'T UNDERSTAND Mr. Shakur and his relevance to WORLD history,. . . . . o well.

Tupac was a Prophet. Too bad many cannot get off their high horses, take the blinders off, and deprogram yourself from what the MSM wants you to think.

Long Live Tupac and what he stood for. Peace & Blessings

camelia d. onridge
5 years 5 months ago

don't be ridiculous, nobody id being programmed. tupac was not a prophet. moses, abraham, jesus, those are prophets. tupac was a gangster and a bad influence

NAS 1F
5 years 5 months ago

Allow me to introduce first, Makaveli the Don

Hysterical, spiritual lyrics like the holy Qu'Ran!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

SeVeN
5 years 5 months ago
Deazy…Thank you for taking the time to share your experiences with us. I learned a lot by reading your blog. My heart hurts because I miss Pac so much. I miss the REALness! He got me through such hard times and when I was 18 I got all eyes on me tattooed because I felt so strongly the same way Pac felt! Smile for me »is and was my anthem! One thing that I find myself repeating alotis “How am I supposed to be a angel surrounded by all these deviLS” He was so deep and passionate. I am born… Read more »
5 years 5 months ago

i love and miss TUPAC, i met him at a concert here in OKC when he was still with digital underground and you could feel his presence 500 yards away, when he died i thought it was just "gang violence" through this website i have evolved in my thinking and thank you for sharing this video, this is the TUPAC i remember.

Deazy
5 years 5 months ago
I was a rapper, who started writing poetry at the age of nine. As i grew older I falsely believed that talent was what put people on the big screen. So I pursued it, but when I finally got closer to where I thought I wanted to be, all of the truth was simply exposed because I was around celebrities. And anti-christian agendas were brought up. Prior to me coming across this experience, my first love , and friend of many years told me long ago about the illuminati. All he listened to was pac, because he could relate to… Read more »
Hdm
5 years 5 months ago
Listen to the new Eminem songs, he has something to say for the industry he has changed especially after Proof's death, I thought it's just a cover at first but again if he is singing good things to cover himself & the Illuminati then what is he serving? good things? the Illuminati purpose is to destroy our minds & it's not happening in Eminem songs. Also they really doesn't need to cover themselves they doesn't care, look at ET song for Katy Perry it is so Illuminati. & he doesn't have to die instantly to proof he is right, They… Read more »
LANYAVE
5 years 5 months ago

Lil Wayne & Eminem are trying to get out??????????????

Honey
5 years 5 months ago

yes, just listen to new lyrics

5 years 5 months ago
I seriously appreciate this post and furthermore, I appreciate the understanding this man is FINALLY recieving after having been dead so long. He literally died to let us know what the fuck is really going on in this world. Pac was a target for the illuminati because he was sent by The Most High to rally the lost children of Israel and the Gentiles with a good/true hearts against evil forces. He was warning us. What most of you don't know is that the jews in Israel right now are IMPOSTERS. The true Israelites by blood are the black people… Read more »
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