New Documentary Claims That Tupac Shakur Is Alive And Well
A new documentary, 2Pac: The Great Escape From UMC , claims that the legendary rapper, Tupac Shakur, actually faked his own death and now lives with a Native American tribe in New Mexico. Page Six reported on the documentary which claims the rapper was informed of a hit on his life when he arrived in Las Vegas in September 1996.
Rick Boss said to KTNV that Shakur was given enough time to put a body double in Suge Knight's car, the owner of Death Row Records, which later wound up in the University Medical Center.
Boss claims Shakur was taken to New Mexico in a private helicopter where he's living with the Navajo tribe. The rapper supposedly chose to live with them due to authorities being unable to walk on their land without authorization.
Boss went on to tell the TV station that it wasn't a "wild fantasy," these are facts he learned through his intimate connection to the rapper's inner circle. Regardless, questions still remain unanswered, including how Tupac's body wound up in the hospital.
Additionally, Boss claims he knows men close to Shakur including G-Money and Snoop Dogg, also adding that his father knew the rapper's mother through their ties to the Black Panther Party.
Moreover, Boss claims the family of Shakur knows about the movie and are ok with the title of it as well, suggesting it all must be true. Suge Knight, who was also in the car on the night of the shooting, had once shared theories that his friend and business partner could still be alive.
Even though Boss has managed to convince some people of Tupac's existence, other people, including Richard Garcia, the actor playing the rapper in the upcoming movie, still doesn't quite believe it. Garcia said to the aforementioned TV station that Tupac's legend will live on through the lives of others.
Garcia added that Tupac's mother was right, Pac lives on through the memories of those who knew him and the fans who still appreciate his music to this day. Tupac Shakur was shot and killed in September 1996, approximately one year before The Notorious BIG was shot and killed as well.