Together with Mutulu and his son Mopreme, Tupac put together the Thug Life code, a treaty for drug dealers aimed at reducing violence and harm to the community at large. Its 26 bullet points decried selling to the underage and pregnant, as well as protecting civilians and making the hood “safe for squares.” The code was adopted at the 1992 gang truce between Bloods and Crips in Watts, which is given credit for helping reduce gang violence.