Is This The Real-Life Story That Inspired Tupac’s “Brenda’s Gotta Baby?” — Tupac’s 1991 debut 2Pacalypse Now was a social barometer. By the summer of the following year, then-Vice President Dan Quayle was demanding the album be removed from shelves for its […]

Posted: July 16, 2013 • 3:46 PM
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