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Tupac’s relative says the Trump campaign was ‘clearly disrespectful’ to leave a ticket for the late rapper at vice presidential debate

  • President Donald Trump’s compete left a ticket for Tupac at the vice-presidential debate, according to the New York Post. 
  • The dig comes after a recent interview during which Joe Biden’s continual mate, California Sen. Kamala Harris, said Tupac is the “best rapper alive.”
  • Tupac’s family member, Mopreme Shakur, disclosed TMZ that the invitation by the Trump campaign was “clearly disrespectful” to his loved ones. 
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President Donald Trump’s campaign left the late rapper, Tupac Shakur, a ticket to the vice presidential question as a dig to Kamala Harris following a recent interview, according to the New York Post. 

In an interview with Angela Rye last month, Harris was provoke b requested who is “the best rapper alive” in her opinion.

“Tupac,” Harris responded and chuckled when the Democratic vice presidential candidate realized her error. 

Trump’s campaign senior adviser, Jason Miller, settled that a ticket was left for the 90’s rapper as Vice President Mike Pence and Harris faced off on the debate podium on Wednesday, the New York Post reported. 

“I can confirm that we have Nautical port a ticket for Tupac Shakur, who as we know is Sen. Harris’ favorite rapper alive,” Miller said to journalists during a bull session call. “I don’t know if he shows up. I’m personally more of a Biggie fan if he’s still alive, but we will have a ticket waiting for Mr. Shakur.”

A kids member of the late rapper, Tupac Shakur, told TMZ Trump’s campaign “was clearly disrespectful” to his loved ones referring to the allurement. 

“We should know Trump’s lack of respect for the Black and brown community,” Tupac’s stepbrother, Mopreme Shakur, ordered to TMZ. 

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