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In a video message to thank his fans, the Doc explains that the virtual image of the late rapper 'was done strictly for Coachella 2012.'
Proud that his effort in resurrecting the late rapper receives tremendous reviews, the Doc says, 'Hopefully, you know, different artists are able to bring out their favorite artists.'
Jackie Jackson says the hologram image of the late King of Pop is planned to be created for Jackson 5's upcoming reunion tour.
Kendrick Lamar, meanwhile, says, 'This dude was great and he'll live forever when you got people that's willing to go out and spend damn near millions to make a hologram on you.'
The Doc and Snoop reportedly are mulling over ideas whether to stage a stadium tour with a number of guests or to hold a smaller roadshow featuring them and the virtual Tupac only.
Being brought back to life via 3D hologram, 2Pac joins the Doggfather in delivering such hit as 'Hail Mary' during the closing performance of the Indio festival's weekend one.
Tupac reportedly will appear during 'California Love' performance, while Nate will appear during 'The Next Episode' set at the California music festival.
Each of the RHCP guys gets their own rooms, which represent their personalities, in the Robert Hales-directed music video.
Along with a photo of the new ink that is etched across her knuckles on both hands, the 'We Found Love' singer tweets lyrics from Meek Mill's song, 'Tupac Back', featuring Rick Ross.
The song which is played in the background of the raunchy video is reportedly asked to be bought for $1 million.
It is now confirmed that the late rapper was caught on tape while receiving oral sex from an unidentified woman.
The five-minute tape was reportedly shot in 1991, and features Tupac engaging in a sex act with one of the women at a house party while singing and dancing with a cocktail and a joint in each hand.
The DEA has confirmed that James Rosemond, the co-founder of Czar Entertainment, was arrested in New York City after a month-long search and charged with running a cocaine trafficking ring.
A lawyer for James Rosemond defends his client from Dexter Isaac's accusation as saying, 'How anyone can take this animal's word as true without any corroboration at all is frankly beyond me.'
New York City police have launched a formal investigation into inmate Dexter Issac's claims that he was paid by James Rosemond to rob the rapper in 1994, two years before he was gunned down.