In 1971, Tupac Shakur’s mother, Afeni, was released from prison with the rest of her Black Panther colleagues as a result of paying more of the accusations that were brought to him. She is charged with Tupac and pours a reporter’s hatred for the wrong treatment of black citizens in a country where not only society but the system have vowed to protect their countrymen. From an early age, Tupac is educated with the pride of being black and is witnessing more and more miserable in his neighborhood.
His father, Mutulu, is a revolutionary who has greatly influenced Afeni, and she in turn influences Tupac and his sister, Set. Mutulu is searched by the FBI for the robbery of an armored car and the killing of three people, two police officers and a guard. The FBI follows Afeni and her children to try to trace Mutulu. The latter is arrested during a raid in their apartment when Tupac and his sister are being treated with agent violence.
As Tupac grows, he is increasingly distancing her mother’s behavior and ideals and enrolling in Baltimore’s art school where she joins Jada Pinkett. Tupac’s musical career starts after joining Digital Underground and hits the “Same Song” hit. Together with his manager Leila Steinberg, Tupac began producing several hip-hop albums. Although his music becomes very popular, he enters a mined ground when he produces songs such as “Brenda’s Got a Baby” about a girl who is raped by her cousin, and the producers are not delighted at what Tupac wants to convey.