TiSe>FeNi seems unlikely to me. Ti is a dispassionate inarticulate function and Se is a perceptive process that explores the environment. Tupac pushed emotionally and was quite articulate in his presentation, even in his youth. He was naturally engaging and infrequently searched with his eyes(Se) or disengaged to access his compass(Ti), but had a tendency to lock-on to his audience and just flow in his speech with few pauses for consideration. Ni high in the stacking also produces an alluring or cunning look to the eyes.
Compare the bottom Tupac interview with this interview of FeNi Iyanla. From what I've seen, even when a Ti>Fe person is attempting to make a good point, they lack the preacher's energy, enthusiasm, and moral conviction:
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As starlit7 pointed out, he's very passionate. And he's rather articulate:
^That's a lot of Fe. He also has the classic Ni hypnotic eyes that exhibit signals of high Ni, as well. Faraway gaze, permanent stare, Ni scowls, etc.. At the same time, he does show a decent amount Ni even though his Fe leads. I'd put him as FeNi-Ni.
Yeah. His lyrics were laced with ethos, ethical issues, and he was kind of emotionally manipulative. Verrrrry FeNi (or NiFe).
Oh yes, very Fe indeed. You could feel that Fe emotional pushing through his work very easily. "Emotionally manipulative" yeah he was very directive. He could be NiFe-Fe, but unlikely. He's face centric and doesn't seems to exhibit the friction of strong Fe against a leading Ni. His use of Fe seems rather natural and free-flowing, with Ni coming off more supplementary.