Tupac Conspiracy Theory

Tupac Conspiracy Theory

  • Submitted By: redromeo
  • Date Submitted: 05/01/2011 2:42 PM
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Tupac Conspiracy Theory

Since the death of rapper and actor Tupac Shakur, in 1996, there have been many convincing facts and theory’s that will make you question if he is really dead or alive. On September 7, 1996, Tupac was gunned down while riding in a car, with Suge Knight, after a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas. He was shot 12-13 times on the busiest street in Vegas and there were no witnesses or police around. Come on, I don’t believe that one bit. No photos were ever released of Tupac in the hospital. He died on the suspicious Friday the 13th, September 13, 2006, and was cremated the day after that. There are a lot of things that just do not make sense surrounding his death. Some of the questioning conspiracies regarding his death are the unusual things that went on before and after Tupac died, the number 7, and things that he said in his music. Tupac Shakur’s murder is still an unsolved case and there are many points that lead to the possibility of him faking his own death and possibly be alive still.

While in prison, Tupac researched on the Italian philosopher, Niccolo Machiavelli, who believed in faking one’s own death to get out of vengeance from his enemies. Nicollo wrote two famous books after he died, or was thought to be dead by everyone else. Tupac changed his name to Makaveli after being released and not too long before he died. Supposedly, he spelled it different to say “Am Alive,” if you rearrange the words. Soon after his death, his latest album was released under the name of Makaveli and was called, “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.” Tupac rapped about being buried in many of his songs-so why would he have been cremated and also why would officials allow the body of an unsolved murder be turned to ashes, without an autopsy? It is illegal to bury a murder victim without an autopsy. Also, his funeral was cancelled for unknown reasons. Around this time, Tupac was always seen...

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