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Snoop Dogg To Induct Tupac Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Mel Ramsay

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Snoop Dogg To Induct Tupac Into Rock And Roll Hall Of Fame

Snoop Dogg will induct Tupac Shakur into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame on April 7.

TMZ reported that it will be a 'mini Death Row Records' reunion as Dr. Dre is also in talks to join Snoop during the ceremony.

They claim that the performance will feature a mix of at least three songs performed by Snoop, Dr Dre and company while 'California Love' is 'definitely featuring on the setlist'.

Joan Baez, Pearl Jam, Yes, Electric Light Orchestra and Journey will all also be honoured during the ceremony at the Barclays Centre in Brooklyn.

Tupac Shakur died in 1996 after being gunned down in his car in Las Vegas after the Mike Tyson v Bruce Seldon boxing match, but he was also attacked and shot in 1994. He was cremated shortly after his death and no memorial was held.

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This sparked conspiracy theories and people began to believe that he hadn't really died after all.

A few people disbelieve the coroner's report, which has allegedly got his height and weight wrong - making people think it's an autopsy of a totally different person.

In fact, some people even claimed that this footage of the 2014 BET Awards shows Tupac alive and well.

Tupac memorably once said: "I don't have no fear of death. My only fear is coming back reincarnated."

After his induction, his legacy will live forever in the Hall of Fame. That's pretty cool.

Featured Image Credit: PA Images

Topics: Snoop Dogg

Mel Ramsay
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