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What would you do if we told you that Tupac definitely wasn't dead? Yes folks, you heard it. According to one man, good old Pac is alive and well.
The man, known only as Noah, claims to be a time traveller visiting present day from the year 2030.
He took part in an interview on paranormal YouTube channel ApexTV, where he spoke openly about the murder (or fake death) or rapper Tupac Shakur.
In case you'd forgotten, the legendary rapper known as 2pac was shot on 7 September, 1996, in a drive-by attack in Las Vegas. He died six days later at University Medical Centre of Southern Nevada, Las Vegas.
His untimely and suspicious death devastated fans all over the world and has sparked hundreds of conspiracies ever since.
In the interview, when asked if he knew of any celebs who had faked their own deaths, Noah said: "When I was in the future I was trying to get as much information as possible from anybody.
"I was able to figure out that Tupac isn't dead but was in a critical condition for about a year."
He then goes on to explain how the rapper's death was faked because of Tupac's links with the Illuminati, a secret society aimed at opposing superstition.
He said: "The reason why all this happened is because his friends that were rapping were involved in the illuminati.
"They tried getting Tupac in there but he found it terrible.
"He didn't tell them if he was going to say anything about it or not but they take things to the extreme.
"They are able to shoot him and say he's dead. He wasn't going to die but he was critically injured.
"Their goal was to keep him from the public."
But then just when you think he's going to expose the truth and get into the nitty gritties of the situation, Noah admits that he doesn't know how it happened and that he didn't think to ask further.
Oh, and by the way, according to Noah, the Illuminati doesn't exist either. Apparently the infamous triangle and eye symbol is a myth - what we do have is a very similar group and the symbol is actually an owl.
Of course, bold statements like these were met with scepticism, with a lot of viewers simply not believing the spiel they were hearing.
One viewer commented: "Got a question... where did you do your acting lessons? Cause you're shit at it," while another simply said, "Fake."
It's a bold statement to make, to say the least. I suppose we'll just have to wait until the year 2030 to find out.
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