Rumors about Tupac Shakur being alive has been circulated since his alleged death in 1996, but a new film “2Pac: The Great Escape From UMC” will confirm he is indeed not dead.
Others see Elvis and his guitar “a hunka hunka” away in their local diners.
Hip-Hop folk, we see Tupac.
It actually is one of the most wide-spread conspiracy theories in the culture: Tupac Shakur is alive.
Birthed from so many occurrences after his tragic death on September 13, 1996, many fans find it difficult to grapple with his passing.
The Death Row artist was shot on September 6th while sitting on the passenger side of his label owner Suge Knight’s car. He sustained four gunshots that ultimately took his life.
He died as a patient at the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada, almost a week in intensive care.
Those are the reported facts.
But then Scarface dropped the video for his song, “Smile” in early 1997 featuring not only new vocals from Shakur but also a look-alike in the visual.