Bullet, Mickey Rourke film discussion, Tupac Shakur co-star
MICKEY ROURKE TALK
Bullet, a 1996 crime drama with icon Tupac Shakur alongside Mickey Rourke (who also co-wrote screenplay) Adrien Brody, Ted Levine and cameo by Peter Dinklage.A flop when first released, it found an audience now an underrated Mickey classic.
THE MURDER OF TUPAC SHAKUROn September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur was shot by an unknown assailant after leaving a boxing event in Las Vegas, Nevada. The BMW in which Tupac was riding headed down Flamingo Road, towards the intersection of Koval Lane when a white 4-door cadillac with California plates rolled up to the passenger side of the vehicle. According to one witness, two men got out of the Cadillac and fired 13 rounds from a Glock .40 caliber handgun at the BMW from less than 13 feet away. Tupac Shakur, sitting in the passenger side of the car, was hit three times, one striking his hip, another his right hand, with the fatal wound to his chest. According to the witness, Shakur attempted to jump into the back seat of the car as he was being shot, but the driver of the vehicle, Suge Knight, pulled Tupac down into the passenger seat. Two tires were punctured in the barrage of gunfire. Knight suffered only a minor wound to his head or neck. After the gunfire had ceased, Knight turns to Tupac and asks "Are you OK Pac?" Tupac Shakur, after seeing blood on Knight's head says, "Me? You're the one shot in the mutha-fuckin' head!"
In this episode we discuss the death of Tupac Shakur.Tupac Amaru Shakur, also known as 2Pac and Makaveli, was an American rapper. He is widely considered one of the most influential rappers of all time. Shakur is among the best-selling music artists, having sold more than 75 million records worldwide. Much of Shakur's music has been noted for addressing contemporary social issues that plagued inner cities, and he is considered a symbol of activism against inequality.Tune in each week, live, at twitch.tv/dwpresents
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Considered one of the most important hip hop artists of all time, Tupac Shakur's influence on modern music is without question. His early gangster persona, coupled with his unbridled talent as a writer and musician, quickly made him a generational talent beloved throughout the world. With a successful and burgeoning acting career also in full swing, Shakur met his end just off the famous Las Vegas Strip - the victim of a drive-by shooting that left him in a coma and then dead just six days later. To this day, his murder remains officially unsolved. Former newspaper reporter and accomplished true crime author Cathy Scott joins us to talk about who killed Tupac Shakur. Scott, who worked for the Las Vegas Sun on the night Shakur was murdered, investigated the story and wrote the book The Killing of Tupac Shakur. Scott breaks down how the Las Vegas police failed to carry out routine police work that could have quickly identified the killer. She also clears up the rumors and misconceptions about the night of Tupac's murder with eyewitness accounts and information from well-placed law enforcement sources. Scott tells us who she believes, after years of research, killed Shakur. Links: Cathy Scott's Website Site of Tupac's Murder Support the Show!: https://patreon.com/rockmysteriesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On September 7, 1996, Tupac was shot four times by an unknown shooter in a white Cadillac on East Flamingo Road in Las Vegas, Nevada. After leaving a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand, Tupac and his Death Row entourage brawled with Southside Crips member Orlando Anderson. The Death Row entourage attended a party at Club 662 later that night. The shooting occurred 15 minutes after leaving the club at a red light. A four door white Cadillac pulled up to the drivers side. The backseat passenger side window went down and shot rang out. Tupac was hit four times and his driver and friend, Suge Knight, was grazed. Tupac was rushed to the hospital, were he died six days later. He was 25 years old. The investigation was hard since no witnesses wanted to tell police what had happened. Over the years, many names have been brought up and many theories have been explored as to who really killed Tupac. The case remains cold to this day. Despite many allegations, after the brawl in the MGM Grand lobby, Orlando Anderson was seen with three others getting out of a white Cadillac at Club 662 before the shooting. It's most likely that Anderson is the one responsible. Anderson was killed two years after Tupac in a gang shooting.
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