‘Tupac alive’ conspiracy explodes as ‘picture of rapper from 2019’ emerges online

Hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur was fatally shot on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, and died six days later.

But conspiracy theorists have long dismissed the official chain of events.

They vehemently believe the Hit Me Up star faked his death to go into hiding and point to supposed sightings of the rapper as well as no one ever being charged for his murder as “evidence”.

Now, a believer in the theory has posted what he claims to be a photo of Tupac from 2019.

The image shows a man resembling the rapper surrounded by three young boys.

He seems to have the same facial beard and features as Tupac.

Danny – from YouTube channel Wired Up TV – uploaded the photo yesterday and said: “This picture is going to have the whole internet talking.

“This is a picture of Tupac right now.

“Whose kids are they? We still haven’t got too into that detail.

“But a lot of people think that that is Tupac right there in the flesh, visited by some of his kin.”

Dozens of people have commented their thoughts on the video, which was captioned: “Tupac alive: New Tupac picture from now! 2019?”

“This is the best proof I’ve seen so far on a Tupac alive channel,” one wrote.

Another commented: “That is Tupac and you can tell that it is up to date because look at the jacket he’s wearing.”

But a third wasn’t as convinced, adding: “I believe he didn’t die in 1996, but I don’t think that is him.”

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