On Sunday, the Twitter account of Daily Loud published a tweet that said Suge Knight’s son claims that Tupac Shakur is alive and living in Malaysia. The tweet was quickly picked up by users and is going viral.
The son of Suge Knight, shared in 2018 a video on Instagram that suggests that Shakur is alive and well. The video was quickly removed from his account, but we were able to trace it back.
Tupac Shakur IS ALIVE and living in Malaysia DEBUNKED
The claim that Tupac Shakur is alive in Malaysia has been debunked. The video was stolen from YouTube user Mike P’s channel. It’s not the first time Suge Jacob Knight Jr. has been caught producing fake news on social media platforms.
Tupac Shakur Autopsy Photo
Tupac Shakur’s autopsy photo has been a source of conspiracy theories for years. But, the man in this photo is not Tupac Shakur.
This claim was first made by various conspiracy theorists, who claimed that this is proof the rap icon faked his own death after being shot in Las Vegas in 1996.
However, this claim is a hoax. Richard Garcia was paid to impersonate Pac during filming for Wyclef Jean’s “April Showers” video.
The fact that Tupac Shakur is dead has never been in doubt. The man who was shot in Las Vegas in 1996 is the same person who died at age 25.
However, there are still many conspiracy theories surrounding his death, including the claim that he faked his own death and has been hiding out ever since. We hope this list helps you dispel any doubts you might have about whether or not Tupac Shakur is alive today.
Heathcliff is a Dutch creative director, webmaster, and journalist who was born and raised in the Netherlands and currently resides in Marbella, Spain. In addition to his work as a creative director and journalist, he also runs several businesses related to the music industry, and popular communities, and runs a fact-checking website since 2007. His influencers are Dan Pena, Jordan Peterson, Neil deGrasse Tyson, and Mike Tyson.
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