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Tupac Shakur

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Tupac Shakur
Tupac Shakur.png
Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Deceased
Hair: Bald
Occupation: Actor
Rapper
First Appearance: "Whiskey Business"
First Mentioned: "Marge Be Not Proud"
Voiced by: Kevin Michael Richardson


Tupac Shakur was an American actor and rapper.

History[edit]

After It's a Krusty Kinda Kristmas! the announcer said that after the commercial there will be a video Christmas card from Tupac Shakur.[1]

After Maude died, Homer asked Ned why should Maude not be dating in Heaven, as the place is full of eligible bachelors, like John Wayne, Tupac Shakur, and Sherlock Holmes. Ned chuckled and told Homer that Sherlock Holmes is a character. Homer, misinterpreting this, said he sure is and made an erotic growl.[2]

He was seen as a hologram at the Simpson family's home and danced to a song sung by Princess Diana.[3]

In Artie Ziff's hologram wedding invitation to Homer and Marge, a hologram of Tupac Shakur appeared and started rapping. He then asked why people wouldn't let him die and asked Artie to set him free. When Marge found the off switch, Tupac said "god bless you" as he disappeared.[4]

Non-canon[edit]

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Tupac and Ludwig van Beethoven took part in an "Ultimate Def Jam" contest with each other in Heaven.[5]

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