The Long Arm of the Law Catches Up to 2Pac
by Peter Hagopian
Tupac "2Pac" Shakur pled guilty last week to
a weapons charge dating back to 1994, according to Reuters.
As part of the plea, the rapper, whose most recent album
is All Eyez On Me , agreed to perform a benefit
concert and do community service in the weeks prior to
his sentencing. The charges could get Shakur up to 16
months in prison when he is sentenced September 12.
Shakur, who is currently out on bail, has had a number
of brushes with the law in the last couple of years. An
appeal of a sexual assault case in New York is pending,
and he was recently accused of a probation violation in