The half-time performance at the 2022 Super Bowl will feature a hologram of Tupac Shakur, who died in 1996, bringing him back to life.
Twenty-five years after Shakur was shot dead in Las Vegas, the identity of his drive-by gunman remains unknown.
During the electrifying Super Bowl LVI half-time spectacle, Dr. Dre paid a modest tribute to his late friend and comrade Tupac Shakur.
Snoop, Eminem, Kendrick Lamar, Mary J. Blige, and even 50 Cent were all on stage at the same time during the performance.
There had been a lot of conjecture about whether Tupac would be remembered because the program included Dre and Snoop and was set in Southern California.
The song ‘California Love’ was even rumored to feature him in hologram form.
Because of its reputation as a high-quality event, the Super Bowl half-time show wouldn’t have been a problem.
He chose a much more modest and meaningful memorial to his deceased friend who died in 1996.
He took to the piano and began playing the first few bars of Tupac’s “I Ain’t Mad At You” in the middle of a fast-paced performance by a cavalcade of performers.
Already, the half-time extravaganza has been hailed as the best in NFL history, and 2Pac’s little mention hasn’t gone unnoticed either.