Tupac Biopic All Eyez On Me Gets a New Trailer

Posted September 14, 2016

Twenty years ago today, rapper Tupac Shakur died from complications of a gunshot wound. Fresno, Calif. -based restaurant will open The Powamekka Cafe on Tuesday, a pop-up restaurant with a slate of items that honor the Tupac's legacy.

Today is the 20th anniversary of the death of Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 13, 1996. A California Love Chicken Sandwich and Thug Love Cake Pops name check some Tupac classics for today only.

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All Eyez has also been embroiled in a set of legal battles: one with film company Morgan Creek to secure the rights to the biopic (which reverted back to Tupac's estate in 2015), and a second reported dispute over song licensing rights to Shakur's back catalogue. Today, we have the red band trailer for All Eyez on Me, the upcoming biopic that recounts his short yet prolific career as one of the most iconic hip-hop artists in history.

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When Shakur's restaurant sketches were originally shown in the Grammy Museum previous year as part of an exhibition titled "All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur", it was noted that he had described Powamekka as "a passionate paradise 4 people with power 2 play and parlay".

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