‘Tupac Alive’ Conspiracy Continues As Photo Emerges ‘Showing Aged Rap Legend After Death’

Photo Emerges Showing Tupac Shakur Alive And Well

Since Tupac Shakur died after a drive-by shooting on September 13, 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada, there’s been several stories claiming the rap legend is alive having survived the shooting. A fresh photo has emerged showing Tupac is alive and well. He is supposed to be 48 years.

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YouTube channel Wired Up TV uploaded the picture which reveals a man who could pass as 2Pac’s twin except he is older. The man is seen rocking a lilac shirt, trousers and a hat. In the video, the narrator says:

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“Look closely at Tupac’s arms – you can see the outline of tattoos on his left arm.”

Even though from the unclear photo Pac’s tattoos is not seen, Wired Up TV claims that’s because he’s hiding them. He explains:

“The reason you can’t see the tattoos clearly is because he’s covering them up when he goes outside.”

“He’s not trying to be recognised, he’s not trying to be known.

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“One thing people recognise about Tupac is his tattoos – his bandana and his tattoos.

“This is 100% Tupac Shakur.

“Look at his eyes, look at his face – what more proof do you want?”



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Photo Emerges Showing Tupac Shakur Alive

Chike Ezegbu5176 Posts

Chike Ezegbu is a blogger with an Information Technology background. He is a prolific writer and is fearless in his approach to dishing out information while maintaining high professionalism. He is regarded as both a lover and a fighter.


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