Can you believe it has been over two decades since the passing of Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas at the age of 25?
There are a wide range of potential suspects with fully developed motives for killing Tupac. That’s a factor in why some people still don’t believe he died at all.
Many have heard the theories about Tupac being alive in Cuba. Now another theory is suggesting that East Africa might be the new secret home of Tupac.
Outlawz founder Yaki Kadafiwas allegedly spotted with Tupac by a witness. Kadafi also passed away in 1996, just a few months after Tupac.
“I’ve seen Tupac and Kadafi way after their said deaths – in Somalia.
I’ve seen them both alive. I was in a car and they were heading in the other direction.
Kadafi was doing some kind of hand signals – he looked kind of funky.
I saw them alive way after their said deaths,” said an Internet user named suldaan_mahdi.
In my opinion, Tupac cannot be dead because the man was so uncontrollably outspoken and combative with those who tested him, he couldn’t stay quiet for over 20 years.
There is a reason why people believe Tupac was killed by what people sometimes refer to as the “Illuminati,” just as there is a reason why his final album was titled “The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory.”
While Tupac certainly wavered between being a gangster and a revolutionary, two somewhat opposing convictions, he didn’t seem like it was in his heart to go along with whatever the music industry secretly does.
With Tupac’s family consisting of Black Panthers, hardened revolutionaries, and the fact that Tupac was raising up revolutionary soldiers by doing things like rent out hotels and housing for the young men he influenced and helped lead, he was probably seen as a threat by some powerful people.
It further confuses Tupac’s death to know that he fought with a Compton Crip gang member in Las Vegas just before he was shot. The fact that it happened severely muddies the waters on who killed Tupac, as well as his East Coast beef. That’s probably why the mystery of Tupac Shakur’s death (or survival) is so widely debated.
Either way, rest in peace Tupac Shakur. It left a positive impact on the world, the fact that you represented revolutionary ideals.