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YMMV: Tupac Shakur
Broken Base: Fans often argue over what album showcases the real Tupac. The albums in question are Me Against the World VS All Eyez on Me. Proponents of the former claim that the album is better than AEOM because of its depth and dark, introspective approach, while claiming that AEOM is just a typical mainstream rap album people jumped on the bandwagon for. Conversely, fans of the latter argue that Tupac works with a much wider range of topics in AEOM than in MATW, living it up on a few songs while exploring more serious topics in others.
Confirmation Bias: for better or for worse, this was a HUGE part of his appeal to his core audience.
Miscarriage of Justice: His conviction of sexual assault. The case was bogus but somehow Tupac managed to land himself in prison for one-and-a-half to four-and-a-half years for 'unwanted touching of a woman's buttocks'. The judge essentially claimed that he was some kind of monster for doing so.
Uncanny Valley: Dr. Dre & Snoop Dog brought a Pac hologram with them when they headlined Coachella in 2012. It just barely looked like a projection, and that was if you were sober and watching on a computer. Naturally, something so unnerving had to open with Pac's creepiest song.
What an Idiot: Confessed on Yo! MTV Raps to beating up the Hughes brothers. Keep in mind that when he assaulted them there were absolutely no witnesses to the crime, so without 2Pac's confession he probably would have walked. With the confession, not only was he convicted and sentenced to 18 days in jail, but the prosecutors made a big deal about how he showed absolutely no remorse for committing the crime and in fact went on television to brag about it.