It's cool to see that 2pac was able to do so much even in his last year of life and to this day we have these stories popping up out of nowhere from people who met him or interacted with him. For someone whose life was cut…"
"I only met him that one time. He was professional, he showed up on time. He came with no entourage, [just] one guy, like a handler of some sort. He [chimed] right in and said he was excited to take some pictures. He rolled a couple of blunts: that was how he worked. We got to work and he had a jacket that said "Thug Life" on it. I took some pictures where I put the jacket over the top of the table so you could read the words. He and I were talking and I said, 'Why don't you change your shirt? We'll try a different shirt so we have some options.' He took his shirt off to change and I saw all the tattoos. And I said, 'Oh man, those tattoos are awesone. What about we just do a couple where I could see your tattoos, with your shirt off?' He was very comfortable in front of the camera and really on point. He was really personable. I had a great time because of that."S/O to Analogue Gallery for sharing this story and their exclusive…See More