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The Game – Heaven 4 A Gangster

by Ayodeji Lateef

– Heaven 4 A Gangster. Source: /Instagram

American rapper, brings forth the truth with a fiercely core Hip Hop reflection on the society and states of affairs in the United States of America. He titles this one “Heaven 4 A Gangster.”

This latest effort streams off A&E’s “Who Killed Tupac?” docuseries. It might be 21 years since the passing of the legendary rapper; however, questions remains unanswered about who cut his promising and eventful life short.

This is why the six hour docuseries will feature Civil rights attorney, Benjamin Crump examining intensive investigations, digging deep into the theories behind his death as well as the different aspects of Pac‘s life that may have played a role in his passing.

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Well, with ‘s clout and stature, he is clearly a bona fide authority to lend his words to the discussion. After all, the Compton native has been at the forefront of social struggles with several hit songs and albums to show for it.

He makes “Heaven 4 A Gangster” a fierce, detailing his grouse against the American nation’s treatment of the Black man. He references some of the successful rappers in the game at present including Lil Yachty, Migos and .

Not done, The Game also knocked American President, Donald Trump, while hoping God keeps himself, family, friends and the Black race safe.

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You just cannot beat “Heaven 4 A Gangster” and that The Game even dropped this on the 21st anniversary Tupac‘s passing holds more significance and validity.

Get into the honesty of The Game’s documentary of real life events. Simply stream, then share your thoughts and opinion in the comments section below.


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