It's been 21 years since Tupac Shakur was killed in Las Vegas, but the hip-hop world has never fogotten him. In honor of late rapper, The Game released a tribute to Pac called "Heaven 4 a Gangster."

On the song, The Game claims Pac would be disgusted if he were here to witness life in 2017.

"Tupac turning in his grave with all this nonsense/ A little solider ain't from Bompton," he raps. The rapper also makes mention of Lil Yachty, Lil Uzi Vert and Migos, spitting, "I've been on Lil Yachts/ Shot crips with Lil Uzis/ Got bricks from the Migos/ And my bitches 'Bad & Boujee.'"

The west coast artist also takes a shot at President Donald Trump, rapping, "My flag ain't got no stars on it/F--- my country/Get your toupee knocked off trying to Donald Trump me."

Speaking with Billboard, The Game said the song was heavily inspired by Shakur.

“‘Heaven 4 a Gangster’ was my perception of what I thought the mental premonitions of Tupac and hip-hop would be seen as today," he said. "Are we understood or are our testimonies categorized as a sin? Again, is there a ‘Heaven 4 a Gangster?’ I wanna know.”

In 2016, The Game announced his next albumWestside Story, would be his last. The rapper is currently working on the record which will be his ninth studio album.

Listen to "Heaven 4 a Gangster" below.

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