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There have been hundreds of conspiracy theories surrounding rapper Tupac Shakur ever since his mysterious assassination in 1996, with many claiming his death was faked and he went into hiding.
Do we need another? Probably not, but here's one to add to the pile anyway.
An audio clip was uploaded to YouTube channel WiredUp TV, featuring the alleged witness who said: "In 2014, Tupac was in St Louis.
"I met a few people in St Louis in 2014, I met Mystikal. Busta Rhymes, I met Busta Rhymes."
Before the clip is played, the host explains the woman was a former model who hung around with a lot of celebs back in the 90s.
He added: "She said that Tupac was there, he wasn't there rapping anything, she saw a guy... with a sweater, coughing and he looked around and she said 'Tupac?' because she's met him before.
"And he turned around, looked at her, and kind of walked away and she followed him. And he got into a car... but she said that he took his hoodie off and gave her a smile, gave her a kiss and said that he did remember her."
The video was posted just yesterday (17 September) and has since been viewed over 1,700 times, with a number of people on social media giving their two cents on the theory.
One of them bought the story, writing: "Who knows, this lady could know something."
However, most people weren't having any of it, particularly since the host goes on to explain that the woman in question apparently didn't know about Tupac's death before she spotted him in St. Louis. Eh?
One person wrote: "You say that she's been around rappers and professional basketball players since the early 90s. How she don't know about Tupac death? You're interviewing the wrong person, just saying!"
So what's your verdict? Illuminati confirmed? Pretty sure that's a nope. Nice try though.
There's not even a picture to go with the claims, unlike the theory that was doing the rounds earlier this year alleging that Tupac is alive on the grounds of a grainy photo of a man with fading tattoos on his arm.
Featured Image Credit: Tupac Shakur/Interscope Records
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