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Listening to the beat of my heart, while my body grooves to the harmony. Music, one of life’s most precious form of storytelling. The beat which has feed life into one’s creativity. When I was a child listening to music was a time to relax with the family. On warm nights we would gather to listen to the smooth jams. As a child, we had periods of time when the lights would be cut off; music became our peace of mind. When I reached the age of 15, my friend introduced me to the Illuminati through music. The Illuminati is an elite group of people that controls the media and masses. Since then I have been researching and listening to the messages behind every song. One artist who caught my attention has become one of my favorite artists.
“They screaming Tupac Back.” In 1996 the news was filled with the fatal shooting of Tupac Shakur. There was no clear evidence that Tupac Shakur was, in fact, dead. The only evidence was an autopsy to identify the dead person as Tupac Shakur, faulty witnesses, and a closed casket funeral. Many years later, there has been new evidence that suggests a false death. Kasinova Da Don, whom I believe to be Tupac, raps the brief story of Tupac’s death. In the song, he describes what happens in vivid details with an edgy beat. The first day I heard the song “Mystery” by Kasinova Da Don, I replayed it multiple times. He created a brilliant masterpiece. The beat sounded as if it was an old music box. As I closed my eyes to embrace the sound I heard this rising soft mellow. The beginning of the song starts with Kasinova saying “Let me tell you about thug life.” Tupac Shakur had Thug Life tattooed across his stomach. Thug Life is the life he lived. He goes on to say “Living in my mind. Thinking about that fateful day.” Tupac has not been able to speak out publicly. Instead, he has to replay the events in his mind. Don continues with saying “9-7-96 I remember like it was yesterday.” Don is referring to the day he was murdered. He then begins to tell his view of the events that led to his death that night.
Don begins his story with the location “We was in Vegas, getting faded, in the city of sin.” The night of Shakur’s death, he was in Los Vegas, Nevada. Vegas is known for the adventures which takes place there. He goes on to say “I had a bad feeling that night after the fight at the MGM.” The night of Shakur’s murder he attended the fight of Bruce Sheldon vs. Mike Tyson. After viewing the fight, Tupac was in an altercation which led to him fighting upon leaving the match. Don states “We left the telly on the way to the club, these hoes pulled up right beside us.” The night before Tupac was shot, a group of women pulled up next to them in a car. Don replies with “my adversaries steady plotting on my death, squeezing bullets till my name on my chest.” He felt as if the people around him was plotting on his death. He knew something bad was going to happen even when distracted by women. Tupac was allegedly killed by his manager, which was Suge Knight. Suge Knight disclaimed killing Tupac, that people would understand later why he did what he did. He does not deny having anything to do with Tupac alleged murder. Don goes further to say “I heard gunshots, but it got weird, instead of bullets, only smoke appeared.” Tupac was not foreign to the sounds of gunshots. He knew someone was shooting at him but what he did not know was why there was no bullets. Don states” next thing I knew, 2 men in a suit just standing there.” Tupac was supposed to be dead but instead, two men appeared. It was seemly strange for that appearance. He is starting to reveal that his murder was staged. He was supposed to be dead that night; whoever ordered his death, did not want him dead. Don continues with “They opened the door grab a nigga by his feet let my head hit the concrete.
Can you imagine being shot at, but no bullets just smoke, as two men appear? Don tells how he felt “It was a nightmare.” When you don’t know what is happening to you but you know it is happening. Don states he was dragged out the car “dragged on the street scars on my back, looking at the white Cadillac.” Instead of being killed Tupac was kidnapped. Don tell us that the media is a lie. He was not murder but instead he was taken. Don continues “before the black bag over my head.” Don describes the terrible events before the faking of his death and how he felt personally. He did not understand at that point what was happening. He goes on “I couldn’t believe what I happen to see, a nigga who looked just like me, dressed like me, in the passenger seat.” Tupac experienced a clone of himself. They wanted to silence Tupac. Tupac was one of the most influential rappers of the 90’s. There was a lot of beef between gang members. By killing a person apart of a gang, you declare a gang rivalry. Don states “but it can’t be me, sitting there next to Suge. Suge Knight, Tupac manager was one of the people he talked about plotting putting bullets in his chest. Don finishes “another 4 shots and that can’t be good, I gotta find a way is what I said, next thing I know, blow to the head.” As Tupac witness the body of himself, he sees the clone get shot. He doesn’t know what to think, he wants to find a different alternative. He knows whatever is planned for him is not good. Then the clone gets shot in the head. Don is creating very intense doubt, could Tupac be alive?
“Tupac’s back” Throughout the years there have been siting’s of Tupac. He has been seen all over doing different things. The government has control over what is fed into one’s brain. It is easy to manipulate information and the minds of the masses. The government started to created clones a multitude of years ago. However, people have not been introducing to the concept. The government outlawed the making of clones because it was unnatural and unethical. If one has the power to clone someone under what circumstances is it liable? There are things in life which the government has had the power to cover up. During the 9/11 attacks, the government said that the attack was terroristic. People automatically believed what they heard before all information was examined. If a person is able to hi-jack a plane, then it should have taken a longer time to find the person or group that did it and motives. The government has its own secret agenda in which it covers the truthful story with a believable untrue story.
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