Mystery Woman From Throwback 2Pac Boo’d Up Pic Speaks: “He Would Only Take A Picture W/ Me If We Exchanged Numbers”

It’s been 25 years since rap icon 2Pac was killed, but the late rap legend remains a powerful presence in hip-hop culture. Fans still clamoring for any undiscovered music, stories or pictures to add to his legacy may rejoice with a throwback pic surfacing online.

Woman In 2Pac Pic Talks About His ‘Fire And Passion’

An old photo of 2Pac with a woman named Adriana Sandoval resurfaced on social media recently, with the woman providing some backstory. Adriana also shared a pic of herself hugged up alongside Pac’s former Death Row Records labelmate Snoop Dogg.

Found the pair…Same day LA courthouse w2Pac n #[email protected]_and_rucas @2pac @snoopdogg #picswithtupac #picswithsnoop #snoopdogg

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Adriana actually posted the original pic of herself and Pac together onto her Instagram page back in March 2015.

Truly blessed and honored to have met such an amazing spirit….the story behind the pic…He said he would take a picture with me only if we took two and exchanged numbers…he kept the other pic with my #…. I’ll never forget getting to know him, the fire and passion in his eyes with every word he spoke and what a gentlemen he was, with every single interaction.. @2pac #picswithtupac @eddyacer. #veterans_and_rucas

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Lil Wayne Salutes 2Pac + Aaron Rodgers On New Song

Grammy-winning rapper Lil Wayne was extra hyped for his Green Bay Packers during the NFL playoffs. The rap superstar released his unexpected “Green & Yellow” rally song which references Pac in the lyrics.

Weezy released “Green & Yellow” on his socials just in time for the Packers to get hyped for their playoff game against the Los Angeles Rams.

Lil Wayne’s Green & Yellow anthem.
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Mike Tyson Feels Guilt Over 2Pac’s Death

Former world heavyweight champion Mike Tyson recently admitted he still feels guilty about his role in Tupac Shakur being in Las Vegas on the night he was fatally shot.

“I feel a little guilty about him coming to the fight and me pressuring him. … I was supposed to go out with him that night. I promised to go to the 662 with him that night but I just had a little baby and her mother was provoking me to stay home so I stayed home.”

Mike Tyson Grills Boosie Badass Over LGBT Comments

Louisiana rapper Boosie Badazz stirred controversy when he criticized retired NBA star Dwyane Wade‘s transgender child, Zaya. When Boosie appeared on Mike Tyson’s podcast, the “Baddest Man On The Planet” wanted answers.

“Why do you say things about people who might be a homosexual? … Do you feel there’s a possibility that you’re a homosexual and by disrespecting them it furthers yourself from being a homosexual? I’m thinking you may like homosexuals.” (Mike Tyson questioning Boosie)