Jerry Foxhoven, 66, a Tupac Shakur superfan and director of Iowa's Department of Human Services has lost his job after sending too many emails to his colleagues about the late rapper.
Foxhoven reportedly sent emails to employees featuring lyrics from Shakur's songs and hosting "Tupac Fridays" in his office.
Last month, Foxhoven sent a Shakur-related email to 4,300 agency employees and was asked to resign the next day.
It appears that all eyes, were indeed, on Foxhoven and his emails. Luckily, only God can judge him.
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Iowa official ousted after bombarding employees with emails about Tupac Shakur https://t.co/8joRfvWYP3— The Daily Beast (@thedailybeast) July 16, 2019
Taken with Tupac: An Iowa official was such a big fan of the late rapper Tupac Shakur that he hosted weekly "Tupac Fridays" and marked his birthday with Tupac-themed cookies. After he sent a Tupac email to all 4,300 employees, he was abruptly ousted. https://t.co/7axAmrfQaN #odd— AP Oddities (@AP_Oddities) July 16, 2019
Jerry Foxhoven, 66, who says he was forced to resign from his job as Iowa Department of Human Services Director, sent over 350 pages of emails to employees mentioning Tupac Shakur. His final staff-wide email celebrated the rapper's birthday. https://t.co/tQIMi9U7AW— KCRG (@KCRG) July 16, 2019
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