AT&T, Verizon, and Sprint all offer metered data plans which allow you to then use that data for high-speed tethering - no asterisks (Sprint makes these plans harder to find versus its awful T-Mobile-ONE-like "Unlimited" plan, but they very much exist).
It is Verizon and Sprint both offer metered data plans that do not apply any unwanted compression of video content - you can stream at the quality you like, by default.
AT&T does, too, but will soon switch to an opt-out system that caps video quality at 480p, similar to T-Mobile's old Binge On (though on AT&T, usage counts against your plan anyway).
In the song, he narrates how the black community in the United States face harassment by racists, including police.
In the intro, Tupac receives phone calls from one of his friends about the police beating them for no apparent reason and various crimes that are directed at them, after which he starts to rap.
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