"You will always be in my heart, my thought, and my prayers. As I have said before, you have no idea how much your son and his music inspired, not only the 'hip hop' world, but, speaking for myself, has inspired my whole career. He was, and still is, the true definition of a 'Soldier.' When I was feeling at my 'worst,' (before fame, before Dre) I knew I could put that 'Tupac' tape in and, suddenly, things weren't so bad."
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