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Brooklyn rapper Troy Ave continues to use his near-death struggles to push music.

After being mocked for comparing legal drama and attempts on his life to the “second coming of Tupac,” Troy is giving his fans and haters exactly what they want with a new mixtape he is calling NuPac.

In a message posted on Instagram, Troy addressed the masses by saying:

a few media outlets with hidden agendas against us real ones done twisted what i said, and thru lemons in hopes of covering & preventing my true message from gettin thru to the masses! well ya Dope Boy Troy gon twist those into Lemonade & Serve it Cold! The Hate can’t effect me cause I’m fearless, dedicated, faithful & righteous! Never Wait out the storm Y’all! Go Dance in The Rain­čĺ» With that said on Friday April 14th Ima drop this [Street Album] titled: Dope Boy Troy (vol.2)#NuPac! I’m airing everybody tha fuk out! ….. These Ain’t No Photoshopped Pictures, This My Real Life

 

“Dope Boy Troy” is playing with some very hot fire here. Most of us got to witness the many ups and downs of Tupac’s life while he was here. We also got to see how it ended. To call yourself the “second coming of Tupac” and then compare your life to his through pictures is┬ábarking up a dangerous tree.

Tupac is dead. Yes, he is loved and revered all over the world. But he is dead. His soul and name has never really been allowed to actually rest in peace either since his murders were never arrested, prosecuted or jailed. On top of that, this man’s personal belongings are being sold off at auctions┬áto the highest bidder.

Does Troy Ave want to die? We don’t know. But if he continues to keep this up, he might just get what he’s asking for.

Photo: The Breakfast Club Screenshot

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