This Photos Reveal What Happened To Tupac’s Wife After His Death.
It will be 21 years this September since Tupac Shakur died after being shot in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada. The artist's music is still relevant to day, speaking of social issues such as racism, police brutality, poverty, and inner city life. In fact, many of today's hip hop artists credit Tupac as being a great influence in their lives.

Perhaps less known about Tupac is his personal romantic life. He was married once but the union ended within a short time. Nonetheless, the woman that was once his wife credits the rapper for shaping her into the woman she is today.

Keisha Morris was only 20 years old when she met Tupac Shakur in 1994.

She revealed to XXL magazine how they met at the club Capitol in New York. The rapper and the young woman spoke about legal troubles he was going through where she proceeded to tell him to be careful.

Keisha Morris was only 20 years old when she met Tupac Shakur in 1994.

According to Morris, Tupac told her he spent the next month going to different clubs.

He was hoping to run into her again. After they saw each other again, Tupac invited her to his hotel room. She declined the offer.

According to Morris, Tupac told her he spent the next month going to different clubs.

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Nonetheless, Tupac was persistent.

He gave his new friend his number. She didn't have a mobile at the time so she gave him her house number.

Nonetheless, Tupac was persistent.

He gave her his SkyPager.

"The next day, I had to go work…and he called me when I got home. I was in shock! We started talking from that day on," Morris said.

He gave her his SkyPager.

Tupac was facing legal troubles from a sexual assault charge from 1993.

Tupac would eventually be convicted of first-degree sexual abuse. He was sentenced to 1.5 to 4.5 years in prison. Tupac claimed his innocence all along.

Tupac was facing legal troubles from a sexual assault charge from 1993.

While the two were dating, Morris worked as a camp counselor.

She was also attending John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York.

While the two were dating, Morris worked as a camp counselor.

In the meantime, Tupac was 21 and already released two albums under his name; 2Pacalypse Now and Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.

While awaiting for his trial for the sexual assault case, he was working on Me Against The World album which was released on March 14, 1995. It would be considered by many his best album.

In the meantime, Tupac was 21 and already released two albums under his name; 2Pacalypse Now and Strictly 4 My N.I.G.G.A.Z.

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It would also be recognized as one of the greatest and most influential hip hop albums of all-time.

Singles like "Dear Mama," "So Many Tears," and "Temptations," ensured the album would debut number one on Billboard 200.

It would also be recognized as one of the greatest and most influential hip hop albums of all-time.

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Tupac began his prison sentence on the sexual assault case ironically on February 14, 1995; Valentine's Day.

Before he started his sentence, he asked Morris' hand in marriage. "I just didn’t feel like, Okay, now (that) you might be going to jail, I don’t know if I even want to be a part of you or deal with this," Morris said.

Tupac began his prison sentence on the sexual assault case ironically on February 14, 1995; Valentine's Day.

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She said Tupac told her "I don’t want you saying you’re my girlfriend. I want people to take you seriously and let them know that you’re my wife."

The two tied the knot on April 29, 1995, while Tupac was incarcerated in the Clinton Correctional Facility in upstate New York.

She said Tupac told her "I don’t want you saying you’re my girlfriend. I want people to take you seriously and let them know that you’re my wife."

"I don’t know (what happened). I wasn’t in the room," Morris said about the sexual assault case.

"I was nowhere around. I know he stated that he didn’t have anything to do with it," she revealed. "I didn’t wanna see him go to jail for something he said he didn’t do."

"I don’t know (what happened). I wasn’t in the room," Morris said about the sexual assault case.

She admits being so young influenced her decisions at the time.

"That kind of thing is tough on everybody. I didn’t know what to believe. I was 20 years old," Morris said. "I didn’t know what was going on. You know, of course my parents didn’t want me to be involved with anything like that. Being a good girl, you don’t know. It’s excitement. That taught me lessons. Would I do it again now? Absolutely not. But at the time, you’re young, you don’t know."

She admits being so young influenced her decisions at the time.

While in prison, Tupac wanted to have daily visits from his wife.

"His thing was he wanted a visit every day, so he could get outta that cell," she recalled. "It was hard. It was such a dramatic process, like, Oh, my God. I dreaded to do it. But, you know, I did it. If I wasn’t able to be there, I would make sure that someone else was there."

While in prison, Tupac wanted to have daily visits from his wife.

Nonetheless, Tupac was writing letters to his close friend Shakur’s close friend, Desiree Smith.

In one of the letters, which would be auctioned in 2015, it revealed the rapper was planning on divorcing Morris.

Nonetheless, Tupac was writing letters to his close friend Shakur’s close friend, Desiree Smith.

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Tupac would up doing only 10 months. He was released on October 12, 1995.

For Morris, it meant they were going to start a new life together.

Tupac would up doing only 10 months. He was released on October 12, 1995.

"I thought that things were changing, that he changed," she admitted to the magazine.

"Things were getting very different once he got bail, and I felt like I wasn’t needed anymore. It wasn’t a good feeling," she recalled. "Like, Okay, of course you don’t know from being so young. But I just felt like, Wow, okay, it was over. Like, Okay, I don’t need you anymore. I’m getting out. That’s it."

"I thought that things were changing, that he changed," she admitted to the magazine.

She also wants to set the record straight.

"You know, looking back now, there was no conjugal visits or things like that," Morris revealed. "It was just so funny how people have said all different kinds of things—and it’s, like, that didn’t even happen, that’s not even true—and make up all kinds of stories unnecessarily."

She also wants to set the record straight.

After he got out of prison, Tupac had the marriage annulled.

Nonetheless, he kept in touch with his former wife.

After he got out of prison, Tupac had the marriage annulled.

"But the funny thing is that he would still call me and leave messages and say, 'Listen to this song,' or 'How are you? It’s Tupac,'" Morris remembered.

"So he always kept me, like, 'It’s gonna be all right.' I remember him specifically saying, 'You don’t understand now, but you’ll understand later,' because he always had this notion that we were gonna get back together," Morris added.

"But the funny thing is that he would still call me and leave messages and say, 'Listen to this song,' or 'How are you? It’s Tupac,'" Morris remembered.

"So I remember him telling me he didn’t want to damage me," she said of her conversations with the famous rapper."So I remember him telling me he didn’t want to damage me," she said of her conversations with the famous rapper.

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"He didn’t want me to get hurt in any of whatever was going on with him, so he’d rather leave me alone. Was I hurt? Absolutely. Did I feel like I was used? Absolutely," she acknowledged.

"But I understand now. Am I angry? Absolutely not. But when you’re young, you do so many things. You know how many times your parents tell you not to do something, and you do the opposite? It’s life lessons," she continued. "It’s growing for you. I knew Tupac. No one can take that away. I really knew him, and he would never hurt me."

"He didn’t want me to get hurt in any of whatever was going on with him, so he’d rather leave me alone. Was I hurt? Absolutely. Did I feel like I was used? Absolutely," she acknowledged.

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For those that accused Morris of using Tupac and wanting fame, she fights back.

Morris moved closed to the prison Tupac was held in. She admitted she had to "basically stopped my life when he was in jail." She sent him packages and making her life "revolved around him and what his needs were."

For those that accused Morris of using Tupac and wanting fame, she fights back.

When Tupac was released from prison, Morris was on vacation in California.

She flew back right away but to her surprise "a member of his family came and said, 'We’ll take his stuff. You had your 15 minutes of fame. Now we’ll take over from here.' I couldn’t even express to you the pain."

When Tupac was released from prison, Morris was on vacation in California.

On September 7, 1996, Tupac attended the Bruce Seldon vs. Mike Tyson fight with Suge Knight at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

There was a brawl between Tupac's group and Crips alleged gang members that night. By 11:15 p.m. Tupac and Knight were stopped at a red light when a car pulled beside them and shot four times. He died on September 13, 1996, from internal bleeding. The official cause of death was listed as respiratory failure and cardiopulmonary arrest in connection with multiple gunshot wounds.

On September 7, 1996, Tupac attended the Bruce Seldon vs. Mike Tyson fight with Suge Knight at the  MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Morris is a mother of two now.

She went on to earn her master's degree. She saw the rapper a couple of days before he was gunned down. Morris said she tried to keep her distance with the rapper but he always called her when he was in New York, telling her "You will always be Mrs. Shakur."

Morris is a mother of two now.

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