在文章《图帕克和我的非暴徒生活》中，这篇文章的作者Jenee desmon - harris写了一个年轻的加利福尼亚女孩是如何被图帕克的死所影响。她记得她从学校冲回家时为图帕克的死而哭泣。她深受他的影响，非常喜欢他，是他的超级粉丝。她在个人层面上认识他，这可能是她受他影响的方式。听图帕克的歌让这个女孩为非裔美国文化感到骄傲。她和她的朋友非常看重图帕克的音乐，在他死后，他们把他的歌词纹在了身上。他们哀悼图帕克的死。她对他的音乐充满了感激之情，她甚至提到，“他的音乐代表了我被迫和有幸面对身为黑人意味着什么的那些年。”这篇文章的讽刺之处在于，真正发生的事情是新闻被打开了，报道了拉斯维加斯的致命枪击事件。有人打电话。最终，我最好的朋友西娅(Thea)和我只能依靠我们15岁的设备来哀悼那个周末。 Her mother and stepfather were out of town. Their expansive, million-dollar home was perched on a hillside less than an hour from Tupac's former stomping grounds in Oakland and Marin City. Of course, her home was also worlds away from both places. that these girls are white and live in a predominately white area and are very wealthy. They don’t have anything in common with the people that Tupac sings about in his lyrics but yet they love all his songs. Most of Tupac’s songs are about his own and many other peoples struggles in life. The violence, racism, and even poverty he faced all are common themes of what he sang about. So it is ironic that these white California girls of such wealth are such great fans even though they do not face the same hardships as Tupac sang about. Maybe they just liked the way his music sounded without even understanding the lyrics. A quote that was important to me was ‘’Blackness...