I have been completely unable to maintain any semblance of relationship on any level/ I have been a bastard to the people who have actively attempted to deliver me from peril/ I have been acutely undeserving of the ear that listened up and lip that kissed me on the temple/ I have been accustomed to a stubborn disposition that admits it wish it’s history disassembled/ I have been a hypocrite in sermonizing tolerance while skimming for a ministry to pretzel/ I have been unfairly resentful of those I wish that acted different when the bidding was essential/ I have been a terrible communicator prone to isolation over sympathy for devils/ I have been my own worst enemy since the very genesis of rebels.
Snoop Dogg: What people don’t know is that Tupac really kept me and my wife together. There came a point in time where I just felt like I didn’t need to be in a relationship. It was becoming a headache to me, and all these girls wanted to be with me. I was like, “F—- that, I can have any bitch that I want.” We was flying back from Belize with a gang of the homies from Death Row. [The homies] was like, “Yeah man, f—- that bitch! My baby momma ain’t sh—.” They was tellin’ me about how their relationships were. Then Pac just was like, “Man, f—- that! That’s your son’s mother. You love her. She’s the only one that’s gonna love you.” The sh— he was sayin’, it was real.
It was sounding crazy comin’ from him because he didn’t have no relationship like that. For him to tell me that, the sh— really stuck in my heart. When I got home [me and my son’s mother] pieced it back together. We worked it out and eventually got married. I gave him a lot of credit for that because I didn’t have no direction. I didn’t have nobody to talk to and I was young and I didn’t really know. His advice stood out more than the negative advice did.