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Sunday, September 24, 2017

Suge Knight Out With Tupac Shakur's Death Theory, Confirm Tupac Is Living

Legendary Rapper 2pac Shakur's close friend and music mogul Suge Knight has continue to hold on to the popular conspiracy theory that his late friend Tupac is so much alive after over two decades of the "All eyes on me" rapper has officially declare dead.

This is not the first time the former infamous Death Row Records honcho has said that Tupac is alive. We can be so sure that it will not be the last either.

Even though he personally witnessed the rap legend's murder with his own eyes in 1996, he’s still not
convinced that Shakur is out of these life. Who knows, it might be a psychological thing were is difficult for loved ones come into reality that their loved one is actually no more.
In the forthcoming special Who Shot Biggie & Tupac, Knight discusses this topic of never-ending fascination, explaining his reasoning.
Suge, who is awaiting sentencing for an unrelated murder, speak via telephone from jail were he said:
"When Pac died... if he really did, you know," 
"I mean when I left that hospital, me and Pac was laughing and joking. So I don't see how someone can turn from doing well to doing bad."
A shooting victim taking a turn for the worse doesn't strike us as that hard to believe (nor are what we're told were Tupac's last words).

Although the documentary's interviewers were not buying Suge’s theory for this reason, he assures us that there is a strong possibility.

Is it really possible, though? Maybe, since wonders they say NEVER ends.

Could 2Pac have faked his death or disappeared without a trace and somehow still be alive to this day, over two decades later? and decided not to contact his grieving mum Afeni Shakur till her death last year, 2016? its a bit complex to believe 2pac is alive though his famous lyrics "I'll come back like Jesus Christ"seems to be some persons solace.

As record has it, that fateful day on September 7, 1996, 14 shots were fired at a car, six of which hit Tupac; Suge was driving at the time, and both men somehow survived.
Six days after the fatal shots, on September 13, Tupac was declare dead at a young age of 25 (which make me freak out most times, I just marveled at the awe America life, how dreams grow so quick and bigger than life itself, those of us in Africa can only wish. ) due to the injuries he sustained in the drive-by shooting. The case has never been closed.

Earlier this year 2017, Suge issued an affidavit in which he claimed the culprits behind the shooting were actually targeting him and not 'Pac.
Suge says he has known for years "that ex-Death Row Records security chief, Reggie Wright Jr. and his ex-wife Sharitha Golden" were behind it.

This was done as a plot to gain control over the record company, he alleges, while an LAPD insider recently provided a different theory.

Unreported in the initial investigation, the source says, was that Tupac was heavily indebted to Knight, and that set off a chain of events.

"Shakur wanted to get out of jail," says the insider.
"He basically signed his life away to Suge [Knight, as Death Row kingpin]. He didn’t want to do it, but when he does that they own him."
Tupac “immediately [became] enemies with the Crips” due to Suge's links to the LA gang Mob Piru, which was "built off of Death Row.”
According to reports this insider doesn't go into too much more detail, but another theory involves Suge's wife Sharitha Golden of murdering Tupac personally.
But Golden has denied that allegation.

The only thing we can say with certainty is that the intense interest in 2Pac's life after death has continues unabated, and may outlive us all till the end of the world. Let's keep our fingers crossed as reality unveils.

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