“We ain’t ever gonna die, if we do then it’s a lie””We ain’t ever gonna die, if we do then it’s a lie”, says Tupac Shakur. At twenty-five years old the rapper was pronounced dead, after being caught in a drive by shooting in Las Vegas after a Mike Tyson fight. But some unanswered questions and obvious mistakes lead us to think otherwise. Contrary to popular belief, Tupac Amaru Shakur is still alive due to falsified records, lack of a human corpse, and songs released after his death. One of the biggest clues to support that Tupac is in fact still alive, are the falsified records released after his death. Tupac had renewed his drivers license on August 27th of 1996, less than a month before he was pronounced dead. The license shows that he was five-feet-ten-inches tall and 168 pounds, but the coroner’s report that was released just seventeen days later shows that he was six-feet tall and 215 pounds.
The differences in these measurements are drastic, and makes it seem as if it were a different person entirely. It’s very unlikely that a twenty-five year old man would grow two inches, and gain 47 pounds in such a short amount of time. When the FBI took a closer look at his autopsy reports and photos, they confirmed that they were fake, and that the man in the photos was not Tupac at all. To add to all of this, when the press tried to interview the man who performed the autopsy, they found that he had mysteriously died five days after it was released.Of the few arguments that prove he really did pass away, the most popular one is the fact that there are legitimate hospital records. There are also first-hand eye-witnesses that say tupac was indeed in the hospital due to gunshot wounds. All of these may be true, but not one of them proves that he had died on that September 13th night.
Tupac’s friend, and CEO of Death Row Records, Suge Knight who visited Tupac multiple times while he was in the hospital said “When Pac died – I mean, if he really did you know,” to a TMZ reporter. “I mean, when I left that hospital, me and Pac was joking. So I don’t see how somebody can turn from doing well to doing bad just like that.” (Macon, 2016)