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Cubans Tell Camera Crew They've Seen Tupac Alive And Well

Cubans Tell Camera Crew They've Seen Tupac Alive And Well

This rumour shows no signs of going away

Claire Reid

Claire Reid

Despite being shot over two decades ago, conspiracy theories that Tupac is alive and well show no sign of stopping.

Because, while the mainstream media will tell you that the rapper was shot and killed in Las Vegas in September 1996, there is a persistent theory that he's just keeping his head down in Cuba.

Now YouTuber CharlieBoyTV shared a video in which a camera crew were wandering around a village asking local people if they had seen Tupac and many of them told the camera that they had, indeed, seen him.


When asked, one woman says: "Yes, I've seen him here."

Others say they have seen the rapper in Old Havana.

One guy even goes further and once confirming that the crew are looking for Tupac tells them where they can find him.

But not everyone has gone fully down the rabbit hole and one man explains that it isn't Tupac who lives locally, but his auntie.

As previously mentioned, this is certainly not the first time we've heard that the late rapper isn't actually dead but simply in hiding.

The son of Death Row Records founder, Marion 'Suge' Knight, Suge J Knight, said earlier this month that Tupac is living in Malaysia.

Taking to Instagram he shared his theory, beginning 'Tupac is alive', well, that confirms it then, right?

But not everyone was convinced, prompting Knight to share a series of recent, definitely not Photoshopped images of the rapper alongside celebrities including Beyoncé and 50 Cent.

He went on to spout some nonsense about the illuminati before adding: "I'm a Knight. And they think Knights are a threat. I will continue to move smart. I'm not snitching on PAC, never the case. He would want me to protect my family. I'm doing that. We are. Free Big Suge TIL then."

His father is currently serving a 28-year sentence in a relation to a hit and a run incident, which happened during the production of Straight Outta Compton, the NWA biopic.

Featured Image Credit: Albert Watson

Topics: Music, US News