The L.A. Live exhibit contains elements and artifacts from the late rapper's humble beginnings.
The rapper and media personality says the late Afeni Shakur pulled him aside and reminded him about his strength.
In addition to the Allen Hughes-directed docuseries, a biopic on the life of Afeni Shakur, is also in the works
The exhibit also launched an initiative to offer free tickets to public school students and their chaperones.
With certain items already sold out, grab what's left while you still can.
"She was five months pregnant [with Tupac] and made a motion to get a glass of milk for her unborn child! She had a lot of self-confidence, and that's our movie."
Apparently, the Bad Boy mogul felt he was a better fit for the role because he and the character both hail from Harlem.
The former Capital Punishment Organization member and Death Row Records artist appeared alongside Pac on the classic 'All Eyez on Me' cut "Picture Me Rollin'."