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One Night in Vegas - ESPN 30 for 30
One Night in Vegas - ESPN 30 for 30

AIR DATE: September 22, 2010

On September 7, 1996 rap music was forever changed when controversial artist Tupac Shakur was gunned down behind the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.

Director, Reggie Rock Bythewood chronicles the events surrounding the rappers death in his new film One Night in Vegas.

The film is part of ESPN's critically acclaimed 30 for 30 documentary series.

Reggie Rock Bythewood joins us to talk about his film.

Reggie Rock Bythewood, Dir, One Night in Vegas
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    Very talented young man, but a wannabe thug. He was no gangster, but playing-acting as one cost him his life.
    ShagSep 29, 2010 10:23:28 AM
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