Dallasblack.com: Suge Knight's Son Posted 'Tupac Is Alive' With This Photo Evidence And The Internet Is Losing It


Thursday, October 04, 2018 10:26 AM

Suge Knight's Son Posted 'Tupac Is Alive' With This Photo Evidence And The Internet Is Losing It

By: Elliah Dash-Stell

Suge Knight's Son Posted 'Tupac Is Alive' With This Photo Evidence And The Internet Is Losing It

At this point, we've all heard the conspiracy theories.

We’ve heard periodically thought the years that Tupac Shakur never left this earth in 1996 and that he’s actually in Cuba working on new material or listening to Don McLean on the last walkman known to man.

The latest claims that the rapper/actor is still alive is coming from someone who’s somewhat related to California emcee.

Apparently Suge Jacob Knight, the son of Death Row Records owner Marion “Suge” Knight, refuses to be silenced by the “Illuminati” as he shares his open conspiracy. 

Suge Jr. says Tupac Shakur is alive and well and living in Southeast Asia. He spread this theory around on his Instagram page, writing, “TUPAC IS ALIVE”.  

Followed by a screenshot of a threatening text message he received,

“You said to [sic] much, time for you to go,” a follower evidently cautioned him. 

“The truth will be out and I’m not going anywhere,” he responded. 

The he shared some “Badly edited” photo-shopped pics of Tupac and several other celebrities including 50 Cent….

And Beyoncé  with the caption “He never left us. They’ll be after me soon smh. For y’all tho 💯”.

He later stated that he isn't on drugs for those wondering about his sanity… 

…and revealed 2Pac is living in Malaysia.

Obviously, many across the social media sphere have chimed in on this and think he may be the most credible of people compared to everyone else that has said Tupac never died in Las Vegas.

Suge himself previously cast doubt on Tupac’s death, saying, "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."

His interviewer, Soledad, was shocked and asked whether he really thought Tupac was alive. Suge then said, “I'm gonna tell you with Pac, you never know." 

(Suge was with Tupac when he was fired up from another car in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. The duo, who had earlier attended the Mike Seldon vs Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand, had stopped at a red light when someone began shooting into the car. Tupac was hit four times - twice in the chest, once in the arm and once in the thigh. He reportedly passed away six days later from respiratory failure that led to cardiac arrest.)

In late September, a former security guard named Michael Nice shared a similar sentiment, swearing that he helped Tupac escape to Cuba, thanks to the Black Panthers.

“It was me, my brother, the pilot, Tupac as the co-pilot and two Panther guys on the jet,” he told The Sun. “We took off and immediately knew we were safe, we felt good and it was like escaping from prison.”

“There were hugs and handshakes when we finally managed to get him to Barbados. Then my brother helped him get to Cuba from there.”

So, do you think that Suge J. is telling the truth? Or is he just looking for attention?

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