MTV NEWS: It seems that not even a hail of bullets can
slow the career of the late Tupac Shakur. He's getting his
best reviews as an actor for his performance in the new movie
"Gridlock'd." And the soundtrack from the film, on
which Tupac also appears, along with his pal Snoop Dogg,
debuts at number one on Monday's new "Billboard"
chart. Even in death, the man is cleaning up, or so you might
think. His mother, former Black Panther Afeni Shakur,
certainly thought so, until she started looking for her son's
actual assets. Here's what she said on ABC's "Prime Time
Live" on Wednesday.
AFENI SHAKUR: I discovered he had next to zero, next
to nothing. I discovered that the home that he had
thought that he had just bought, was not his. I
discovered that the Rolls Royce that he was so proud of
and that he loved so much, was not his. And since they
were not his, I don't want any parts of them.