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In this clip we wax philosophically about Michonne from ‘The Walking Dead’ playing Afeni Shakur in the Tupac Biopic.

The once troubled Tupac Shakur biopic just landed The Walking Dead’s Danai Gurira (Michonne) for one of the film’s most pivotal roles, Afeni Shakur. Gurira will join the “already underway” All Eyez on Me in Atlanta shortly, Deadline reports. Afeni, Tupac’s mother, is widely known as a respected political activist and is considered instrumental in her son’s eventual status as a modern poet.

As previously reported, All Eyez on Me also stars Demetrius Shipp, Jr. as Tupac and Jamal Woolard as Notorious B.I.G., reprising his performance from the 2009 biopic Notorious. Described as “the keeper of the flame” on her son’s estate, Afeni Shakur takes an executive producer title for the project.

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In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about when that rap life get real.

Allow us to introduce you to Compton-based rapper Teriq Royal, who is making headlines for posting a selfie video almost immediately after getting shot in the head. The story goes: Royal was struck in the head by fragments of bullets from an AK-47. He didn’t cry, freak out, or call the police after it happened. Instead, he decided to post a video from the scene, which, as you can imagine, was pretty graphic.

Royal later revealed on his FaceBook page that the fragments hit his forehead and stopped right on his skull before they hit his brain. He followed up the story with a post of the X-Rays from the doctor and then the actual video, which shows him in an understandably weary state.

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In this clip of the I’m Black, He’s Mexican Podcast Arizona Verse & Soul Papo wax philosophically about the emergence of Slim Jesus and how he is making enemies along the way.

The Game is not here for Slim Jesus’ music direction and choices. He feels that Slim Jesus better be killing people for real or be prepared to get smoked. Rapper Slim Jesus is already dissing people but trying to convince people (after the fact) that he’s really not about that life. Rappers really have to stop rapping about things that they are not really about and about lives that they really aren’t living. Game is telling Slim Jesus to be careful. What are your thoughts about Slim?