„Marlon Brando is not a gangster-actor, he's an actor. Axl Rose and them are not gangster rock-and-rollers, they're rock-and-rollers right. So I'm a rapper, this is what I do. I'm an artist.“

—  Tupac Shakur, 1990s, MTV interview with Tabitha Soren (1995)
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