Grammy week has officially started. On Monday (February 2), The Grammy Museum unveiled its “All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur” exhibit, and by the looks of it, an all-star packed guest list was in attendance.
Chuck D, YG, Paul Rodriguez, E.D.I Mean, Money B, Ray Luv and John Singleton moderated a panel that discussed the legacy of Tupac and his widespread influences. Tupac’s mother Afeni Shakur was also in attendance for the opening, as well other members of Tupac’s family.
Following the event, Compton, Calif. rapper YG met with Tupac’s mother and took to Instagram to share the encounter.
“I got 2 speak about my influences from TUPAC Lastnight on behalf of the streets doe. W/ the people he grew up with. & I met miss AFENI SHAKUR yesterday and I told her, Thank you and for giving birth 2 TUPAC, That’s 1 NIGGA most NIGGAZ listen 2 like he BIG BRO, some NIGGAZ in the streets with no father figure Listen to his lyriKs and apply them to they life as guidance through these Kold streets in this Kold world we live in. Lastnight was special doe. I appreciate itt#RIPTUPAC,” YG wrote.
Be sure to catch the exhibit soon— it’s only open to the public until April 22.
For more information on “All Eyez on Me: The Writings of Tupac Shakur,” click here.
Check out YG’s Instagram post and a photo from The Grammy Museum, below.
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