On September 13th 1996, American rapper 2pac Shakur was pronounced as being fatally killed by a series of gunshot wounds. Despite this, there is much surrounding his ‘death’ that doesn’t add up. Now you’re probably reading this thinking, this has got to be one of those whacked out ‘conspiracy theories’ going against everything ever officially reported, if he was alive we would know for certain, right? I initially thought the same seeing such claims too. It wasn’t long however, before I found myself uncovering much more about his supposed death and the circumstances situated around it that made be begin to think otherwise. I began to realise that actually, such claims that 2pac may have faked his own death and is still alive may have more truths to them than what first appears, as it is evident that there is more to this story than what was ever officially reported..
It all began a couple years ago when I was on Youtube listening to 2pac and some of his songs. On the sidebar I saw a link titled “2PAC ALIVE 2014 RETURN – MUST WATCH!!”. Of course I thought, another stereotypical video discrediting people questioning real conspiracies and cover-ups. Being a huge 2pac fan I couldn’t help but take an interest in seeing what these people were claiming and so clicked the video anyway. What I saw next could not have surprised me more, as it was suggesting the last known photo of 2pac alive the night he had allegedly been shot, was fake!
Before the alleged shooting that would become known as the fatal night 2pac died, he and his camaraderie of Outlawz and bodyguards made their way across the Vegas strip to a mansion belonging to Suge Knight. According to members of The Outlawz, Suge and 2pac unexpectedly disappeared briefly while the others waited patiently.
VIDEO: “We were pretty far down the street when it happened, we didn’t know if we heard gunshots, we didn’t know exactly what we heard, we heard a lot of screaming and car screeching. We ran up the street as cops were running past us and by the time we got here they were already taking which now I found out is 2pac into the helicopter away.”
When both cars are seen from another angle it is unmistakable that these are two totally different vehicles! This begs the question, why was this second car being examined and why was it on the scene??
.. It’s possible.
According to the Official Coroner’s report 2pac weighed 215lbs, meaning he would have had to put on 47lbs in 4 months making him clinically obese for his height!
Whats strange about this you ask? A number of reasons can be identified. Firstly this SSN is not registered in the official death index. Secondly this SSN was issued in the state of California, 1977 .. 2pac was born in Brooklyn, New York during 1971 and did not move to CA until the mid to late 80’s. And thirdly this SSN is still considered an active number!
It’s no secret that Las Vegas is a payoff city meaning all sorts of people have been known to be on the take, including doctors, press, laywers etc.
Why would Suge let it be known that he did this? What reason did he have for telling such a thing that would obviously implicate himself playing a part in covering up 2pac’s death?
Was Suge trying to tell people he is still alive?
It would appear so –
“Maybe the question is … Pac’s not really dead … Pac’s somewhere else.”
Also very conveniently, it is legal to fake your death in Las Vegas as the state of Nevada is the only place within America that allows it, given that an attempt on that persons life had already been threatened, which in 2pac’s case it had.
The ‘7 Day Theory’ seen on the album cover has proved to be significant as well with the # 7 being seen many times in a way indicating that his death was well planned.
“Listen I got a scheme, break away do my own thing.”
“My every move is a calculated step to bring me closer to embrace an early death.”
“I’m contemplating plots, wondering the thought to go. Brotha getting shot coming back resurrected.”
“I heard a rumor I died, murdered in cold blood, dramatized. Pictures of me in my final stages, you know mam cried, but that was fiction, some coward got the story twisted, like I no longer existed, mysteriously missing.”
It’s almost as if 2pac knew beforehand about the fake pictures of him in his ‘final’ stages, going onto say that it was all fictitious.
“I kissed my mama goodbye, wipe the tear from her lonely eye, said I’d return. I know one day I’ll be back.”
“I disappeared in the crowd, all you seen were troops.”
It is interesting to compare this with what the bystander had claimed she saw, involving cops taking 2pac away in a helicopter.
“I play for keeps, arrange the whole crime scene.”
This was seen again when both cars didn’t match up..
“God forgive me cause it’s wrong but I plan to die .”
It’s as if he’s asking God’s approval, hoping God see he means well by faking his death.
“Just looking back at the world from another level, ya know what I mean.”
“There’s ten rules to this game but I’ll share with you two.”
In Machiavelli’s book there are actually 10 rules on faking your death.
“Let the world know I plan to die.”
“Expect me like you expect Jesus to come back, expect me, I’m comin!”
In an interview with 2pac’s mother, Afeni Shakur, we see yet even more hints being given that 2pac could still be alive today –
VIDEO: “I think that 2pac was really tired, he was tired of fighting, tired of being vilified, tired of being called things that he knew inside himself he was unable to be. He had a right, and I couldn’t change it. As a mother its the worst thing, being powerless, can’t change it, can’t make it right, can’t fix it for my baby. I wish he was here everyday but I don’t want him to be unhappy. And I know that my son, he chose his life, and in the end, he chose to leave quietly. And I think I can leave him alone.”
By ‘leaving quietly’, what are the chances of her meaning 2pac had actually moved to Haiti, or Cuba even?
One week after 2pac’s death over 1000 people in Haiti began
reporting to authorities that they had seen 2pac.
In the song ‘This Life I Lead’, at 3:25 2pac can be heard whispering “Whats Up Cuba”. Could it be possible 2pac went there? In Cuba the laws are totally different, as if anyone’s life is in danger they are welcome. 2pac’s aunt also lives there along with his sister.
In 2001 a Cuban rap music video was released with what looks like 2pac making an appearance in it.
While there is no way of knowing if this really is him or not, the resemblance is startling. The song is titled “Amsterdam 2 LA” by Chillo and a translated version can be seen below:
It is astounding also to take note of the amount of celebrities who over the years have leaked out that 2pac is alive and well. This list includes New Jack, a former professional wrestler of the ECW. Treach a close friend with 2pac.
Willow Smith, who is Jada Smith’s daughter, wrote a note to 2pac saying she knows he’s still alive and to come back to make her mom happy.
Jada and 2pac had a close relationship with each other.
Obie Trice, who also was very close with 2pac at a live performance said to the crowd –
“2pac lives we just can’t tell you where cause the FEDS is watchin”
Even so, those who doubt 2pac is still alive have always been able to agree on one thing for certain.
That is that his music lives on ..
It is interesting to see that this may actually prove to be more true than they realise.
In 2009 a rapper by the name of ‘Kasinova Tha Don’ emerged and is thought to likely be 2pac’s front man.
What do I mean by this?
In other words, it is thought that he is simply a name and a face for the new music 2pac may still be releasing to this day.
It would appear when seeing his album covers that he is not trying to making any secret of this either.
Is it perhaps possible the letter ‘K’ in MAKAVELI when rearranged to ‘AM ALIVE K’, is hinting he is alive and rapping under ‘K’asinova?
After listening to him myself, I believe that this is 2pac for a number of reasons:
Firstly the resemblance of his voice is striking to say the least if you are familiar with 2pac. If you listen you will pick up that his voice has become deeper over the years from getting older, and it is quite notable that the expression of particular vowels is exactly the same.
Secondly, reason to believe this is not just some copycat artist can be found when seeing who has appeared on his tracks.
Hussein Fatal, a member of The Outlawz, has appeared on 2 of his songs. It is difficult to imagine how he would be ok doing such a thing unless it really was 2pac.
Hussein Fatal has also been heard saying 2pac is alive in a numerous amount of his own songs.
Lastly when listening to songs like ‘Mama Cita’ by Kasinova, it’s hard to doubt that this is really 2pac rapping –
“No regrets, no hesitation in my game plan.”
“I’m on my job now, I’m coming back no need to make a frown, like Makaveli I just get around”
As well as songs like ‘2pac Back’
“Rick Ross talking facts like 2pac back.”
Take a listen for yourself..