In a recent interview that sparked curiosity among fans, Billy Garland, Tupac’s biological father, opened up about his thoughts on Hulu docuseries focusing on his son. Garland revealed to The Art Of Dialogue that he initially turned down an interview for the documentary. However, director Allen Hughes managed to convince him to participate. To Garland’s surprise, the footage from the interview ended up being used in the series titled “Dear Mama: The Saga of Afeni & Tupac Shakur”, leaving him disappointed.

Explaining the situation, Garland shared: “We spent about two hours doing the interview. But when I saw her in the documentary, I was a little disappointed, to put it mildly. I was more focused on something other than Tupac himself, if I knew that. it was special to ‘Dear Mom,’ I might agree, but probably not. It just didn’t live up to my expectations.” Later in the interview, Garland also responded to the question of whether his child was bipolar, to which he replied that he didn’t think so.

Meanwhile, an exciting announcement was made about Tupac’s enduring legacy. The famous rapper and cultural icon will soon be honored with a star on the famed Hollywood Walk of Fame. Ana Martinez, the Hollywood Walk of Fame producer, expressed her admiration for Tupac in a statement to the LA Times. She described him as a multifaceted artist who embodied the roles of rapper, actor, activist, poet, and revolutionary. Martínez highlighted Tupac’s significant impact on popular culture, even decades after his untimely death. She also said his star would undoubtedly become one of the most-visited on the Walk of Fame, cementing his place in history as a beloved Los Angeles figure.

Surprisingly, the belated recognition of Tupac’s contribution has confused social media users and other artists alike. YG, a prominent rapper, expressed his disbelief on Twitter, saying, “It took them over 25 years to give Tupac a star on Hollywood Blvd? You blew it.” Boosie Badazz also chimed in, sharing his frustration: “Tupac isn’t ON THE HOLLYWOOD WALK OF FAME? WTF Disrespect. Don’t worry, says F**K Y’ALL from the grave.”

News of Garland’s disappointment with the documentary and the long-awaited star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame for Tupac has sparked renewed debate about his influential legacy. Fans eagerly await new developments and tributes that honor the indelible mark Tupac left on the world of music, art, and activism. As time passes, his enduring influence continues to resonate with audiences across generations, securing his place as a timeless and revered cultural icon.