Article from NPR.
Tupac Encouraged The Arab Spring
So how big is Tupac in Libya?
M: I would say that Tupac is, still to this day, the biggest western music artist in Libya, maybe along with Bob Marley, but the two are definitely neck-and-neck.
MARTIN: Give me an example of, like, how I would experience that if I were to go.
M: It's everywhere. I mean, I was shocked because I grew up listening to Tupac over here and, you know, my first time ever going to Libya in my life was last year, and I was shocked. I mean, visually, you see it everywhere. You see graffiti, RIP Tupac. Just riding around in the streets, you still see people playing his music from the '90s to this day, and I'm talking about kids that are 18, 19 and 20 years old that may not have been around when he was making music, but his influence is huge. I mean, he's still the premier hip-hop artist in Libya.
This nigga gay complaining about Beyonce shut up honky sounding like a Fox News segment stirring shit out of nothing.
Nah, it's just another case of white people in their feelings and parents (mostly white parents) complaining about what they and their kids see on television, knowing that they'll see something like that on there instead of being real parents.