New image of rapper surfaces who passes away 25 Years ago, is he still ali’ve?

In 1996 one of music’s most beloved rappers Tupac Shakur pas’sed away. He was taken in Las Vegas, in an unsolved incident that may or may not be connected to the passing of The Notorious B.I.G. a year later. Shakur was such an everlasting figure in pop culture that almost instantly after his de*th rumors of his passing being fake started to circulate.

Previous rappers also faked their deaths so there was speculations that he may not have di*d and news of his d’e’m’i’s’e is false. Suge Knight told his son Jacob Knight Jr. that he very strongly feel about Tupac possibly being alive. Suge Jacob Knight Jr. took to social media and posted an image of a man believed to be Tupac.Rocking a red bandana, the man does bear a striking resemblance to the slain rapper. Knight Jr. also believe that rapper is also alive and living in Malaysia. He alleged that there is the Illuminati that had silenced Tupac from speaking out. Knight Jr. in an interview with Yahoo spoke more about his beliefs that he shared on social media

When I said it, the whole world stopped. I got 200 thousand followers in 2 days. So, pretty much, the reason I did it, there’s a purpose for it. There’s a real good message of why I did it. Knight then said that the answers to lot of questions will be revealed in his VH1 series Love & Listings but never explained thathe was telling the truth or not. In 2020 a Magazine ran a story in 2020 that a local Las Vegas filmmaker tried to prove that 2Pac was indeed alive and living in Mexico. Michael Nice who is a former bodyguard for the rapper Tupac Shakur and one of the many people who believe he faked his passing also but this theory and he also faked his own passing in 2018

and returned a year later to prove it was possible. Michael believes that 2Pac faked his death and went to Cuba with the help of Fidel Castro while recalling a moment when 2Pac expressed his interest in faking his passing during a trip to Maui. He alleges that 2Pac themed his last video around himself dying on purpose.

The video he’s referring to is I Ain’t Mad at Cha,” where 2Pac performs as a guardian angel. Some fans still keeping this idea alive and have even described that some of 2Pac’s images circulating online look like they were taken recently on a camera phone. Recently on June 17th, a Twitter handle posted a picture of 2Pac in a green suit against

a wall covered in green vines. He’s rocking gold accessories and his signature bald head and goatee, captioning it, “Tupac’s pictures after his death are fresher than some of ours alive.” While some agreed to it but others called it photoshopped. In a recent red carpet interview rapper’s brother Mopreme said,

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