Tupac is alive conspiracy theorists claim after discovering video ‘showing rapper singing on camera THIS YEAR’

Tupac is alive conspiracy theorists claim after discovering video ‘showing rapper singing on camera THIS YEAR’

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TUPAC is alive according to conspiracy theorists who discovered a video “showing the rapper singing on camera this year”.

The rap legend, was gunned down in a drive-by shooting on the Las Vegas strip in September 1996, as he was leaving a Mike Tyson fight.

Conspiracy theorists believe this video circulated on YouTube proves Tupac is still alive
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Tupac Shakur at the Sunset Park premiere in April 1996, months before he was shot dead
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He was just 25 years old.

Since then, conspiracy theories have flurried, claiming he survived the shooting and faked his death.

A photo resurfaced earlier this year, which appeared to show Tupac walking in public, wearing the same shirt he wore just hours after he was shot dead.

Reports in 2018 claimed Tupac was hiding out in Somalia alongside Yaki Kadafi, the Outlawz rapper who was killed in New Jersey three months after Tupac’s death.

Now this video has emerged, apparently showing Tupac rapping on camera, with his trademark nose ring and shaven hair cut.

The man rapping in the video even sports the same styled moustache as Tupac.

The video, posted on YouTube, comes after dozens of alleged sightings of him since 1996.


A recent image circulated online, shows a man around Tupac’s age, playing with three young boys.

He is also bald and has a similarly-shaped face and beard to the late star.

The picture was publicised by YouTube channel Wired Up TV, which describes itself as “the most talked-about Tupac Alive channel in the world”.

The man was filmed for one minute, rapping with the same tone as Tupac

Rap record label mogul Suge Knight claims Tupac talked about faking his death
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Rap record label mogul Suge Knight claims Tupac talked about faking his death[/caption]

The bullet-ridden car Tupac and Knight were travelling in when the rapper was gunned down
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The bullet-ridden car Tupac and Knight were travelling in when the rapper was gunned down[/caption]

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Many bizarre conspiracy theories have surfaced about Tupac’s death including claims he is in prison[/caption]


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