"The idea to feature Mr. Shakur has been on our to do list for a while now," says Melissa Russell, the Executive Editor in Chief of the 5 year old magazine brand. "I think most people know that Tupac was more than just a talented rapper and actor, he was a philanthropist. He may not have expressed it as openly as others, but his love of kids was so in depth that I feel many of his good intention actions were overlooked or misconceived."
This issue goes into detail in regards to the proposed movie about the rappers life, the foundation and what the public can expect for future Tupac references.
We reached out to Morgan Creek Productions for a response to the release of this issue as well as on the productivity of the proposed movie, but received no response. It could be because the production company was in a recent lawsuit with Tupac's team about the rights to the movie. This is featured in detail within this issue.
The Tupac Shakur Foundation is open for business and assist kids of all ages with their dream of working in the arts. This issue of the magazine features several aspects of the foundation and puts emphasis on how great of a charitable giver Mr. Shakur was prior to his untimely death.
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