Extroversion for his message is seen by his
Extroversion is described as the opposite of introversion, as an outward, sociable, aggressive, assertive, external expression of a person’s personality. Tupac would be very high on this dimension. He is described by many in this way, as a very sociable, dominant, assertive, talkative spark of a person. He had spoken of his need to write his music as a way for him to breathe; By laying on the words on paper he could find a release, and put his passion into something that could live beyond his time. His sense of urgency and passion for his message is seen by his ability and habit to write 4-7 songs a day (Dyson 11). Throughout, Tupac moved extensively and used this energy and sociability to give the world during his short career, the rock of music and a host of interviews that allow people to continue analyzing their legacy after more than a decade.Agreeableness is described as compatible, trustworthy, empathetic, altruistic and modest nature. Tupac would be considered moderately pleasant. He was extremely empathetic and felt the need to tell the stories of all oppressed people in his music, where he was a voice. His altruism was uniquely boundless, he said he would bring someone to meet him on the street, when his homes became supreme protection for all he felt needed a hand. He was also a modest person. In his texts, there were countless examples of explaining that he is not perfect, and not a model, just the person who wants the world to wake up and care for young people so that a model can be born. He noted his imperfections as he described that he was just a product of his environment, in a world “he did not” and if someone was insulted by their presence, they would be upset about the world in which they live. But Tupac was all other than compatible and trusted (by authority). He constantly urged people to resist oppression in all forms and fight for a better future. Shakur was very opposed to compliance with all kinds of tyranny, especially in the case of abusive law enforcement personnel.Neurotics, characterized by emotional instability, anxiety, hostility, depression and vulnerability, explain much of Tupac’s emotional state. Although he could become a successful musician, he was in a constant state of upsetting and desperate about his environment and surrounded himself with thoughts that he would not be on this land long. He masked a lot of this emotionality with marijuana and alcohol and used these substances to medicate themselves regularly. Because he was high on the neuroticism dimension and did not lead a structured life, his emotional instability resulted in ruthless behavior that contributed to his premature death at the age of 25.