Hip-hop was devastated by Tupac Shakur's murder in 1996. The late luminary was shot down while he was still young, at 25 at the time of his death. However, a sizable portion of the population contests the veracity of 2Pac's passing. 

Wild conspiracy theories have been circulated for decades, with Suge Knight's son asserting that he is in Malaysia living his best life while others believe he is in Cuba. Whatever the reason, 2Pac's name is currently trending on Twitter due to recently discovered images of the All Eyez On Me icon who appear to have aged a bit too much. 

Fans are skeptical about his location, as evidenced by a slide of tweets gathered by The Art of Dialogue. "Tupac was a popular rapper for like 4 years and he died 25+ years ago, yet nonetheless they're continually publishing new photographs of him no one's ever seen before, tell me how that's possible if he's not alive," one commenter asked in response. 

Someone else jokingly said, "Someone tell Tupac we know he was fleeing from Jada [Pinkett]." He can now speak up since we finally understand. Another person remarked, "We need more good music, and Tupac's photographs after his passing are more recent than some of ours living. 

Although the possibility that 2Pac is still alive is intriguing in theory, an autopsy image of his body that was taken soon after the shooting says otherwise. Suge Knight, the former CEO of Death Row Records, was driving 2Pac when a white Cadillac drove up next to them at a stoplight on Flamingo Road and started shooting. 

At least 12 rounds were fired, and 2Pac was hit by four of them. His prospects of recovering were increasing after undergoing emergency surgery at University Medical Center that evening. But six days after the first event, on September 13, 1996, he passed away from his injuries. Despite the facts, some people continue to cling to the notion that 2Pac may still be alive and well. See a few of the responses below.


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