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There's A Tupac Shakur Café Opening For The 20th Anniversary Of His Death

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Wait, are the rumors true? Is Tupac Shakur actually still alive and leading another life as a restaurateur of the swankiest kind?

Nah.

But a Tupac café really is happening.

It's called Powamekka, and is actually based on sketches drawn by the rapper before his death in 1996, Rolling Stone reports.

The pop-up diner will open on September 13 to mark the 20th anniversary of Tupac's passing. He died days after he was shot in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas at the age of 25.

It will take over Take 3 Burgers in Fresno, California.

Sam Hansen, the man behind the Tupac café and who has previously worked with Kanye West, said,

Working on Powamekka Café makes me feel like I'm bringing Pac's vision to life like I used to do for Kanye.

There's going to be loads of Tupac-inspired art around the joint, and the menu sounds pretty baller, too.

You'll be able to dig into things like the California Love Chicken Sandwich, Hennessy Apple Butter Chicken Wings, Mac-and-Cheeseburger and Thug Passion Cake Pops.

WOOOOOO.

*Books ticket to California*

Citations: Rolling Stone