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The “I” in “Life” was replaced with a bullet. In late 1993, Tupac formed the group called Thug Life with a number of his friends, including Big Syke (Tyruss Himes), Macadoshis (Diron Rivers), his stepbrother Mopreme Shakur, and the Rated R (Walter Burns). The group released their only album Thug Life: Volume 1 on September 26, 1994, which went gold. The word EXODUS means the mass departure of people. EXODUS 1831 specifies different theories. One theory states that it refers to a verse from the Bible. But as per the Bible, chapter 18 finishes with Verse 27, so EXODUS Verse 18:31 is non-existent. Meaning: Tupac had got Jesus on burning cross tattoo with a text ‘Only God Can Judge Me’ on the left side of his arm. He believed that he was answerable to only God and no one else in this world. He also has a song titled ‘Only God Can Judge Me’ from the album ‘All Eyez On Me'(1996) featuring Rappin’ 4-Tay. When deciding on a name for her main character, Angie drew inspiration from The Greatest himself. Though Tupac never had a daughter, he always claimed that he would name his daughter Starr. In a way, Starr is a tribute to the life of Tupac, and the daughter he never had. And in case you missed it- Starr sports a bandana on the cover of THUG, which can only be attributed to ‘Pac’s signature look. Big Mav Tupac Shakur was an American rapper and actor. He is commonly seen as the face of resistance against inequality.

It is a way of him showing all the greed and troubles that come with money and an unsuccessful relationship. Once you find the desire to love somebody else, you can build on what you have together and create a family and mini empire together. ‘MAKAVELI’ TattooTheir relationship fell apart once Tupac found out Stretch was performing shows with arch-enemy Notorious B.I.G whilst he was in prison. Meaning: The word mob means a large crowd of people usually get together to cause trouble and violence. Mob has many different acronyms but for Tupac, it meant ‘Money Over Bitches’ which he had described in his songs ‘Blasphemy’ (The Don Killuminati: the 7-day Theory,1996) and ‘MOB’ (Until the End of Time,2001). Later he described the word mob as ‘Money, Organization, and Business’. In fact, Lad Bible stated that the tattoo artist who created the work of art Dennis ‘Dago’ Coelho stated: “It had to have a meaning and be something nobody had. Every tattoo meant him.”

Tupac’s giant Cross tattoo with the word “Exodus 1831” inside was reported as a “symbol that he could take with him for the rest of his life” according to his tattoo artist Dennis Coelho. In today’s guide, we showcase Tupac’s infamous tattoos and explain the stories and meanings behind them. The tattoo Thug life meaning is found to be an anagram and challenge for a more ouch factor and social message. Thug meaning also appears to exalt the virtues of the street cred and modern gangster lifestyle.They represent the good and bad days in Tupac’s life, with a positive message to keep strong. It is a saying popular within gangs which directly refer to the masks, a way of showing others that life will improve later on. Panther Head Tattoo Whatever we might have thought about the giant “Thug Life” tattoo, Tupac told his fans in 1994: “I don’t consider myself to be straight militant. I’m a thug, and my definition of thug comes from half of the street element and half of the Panther element, half of the independence movement.” Interpretation: The word ‘Ballin’ is a slang term, representing somebody who has wealth. In his song ‘Straight Ballin’ Tupac said, “I would share the definition of Ballin’, with you white folks, but no. The game is to be sold, not told.”

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