Aside from the consistently boring news that’s out there currently, the story of Suge Knight’s son, Suge J. Knight, saying that Tupac Shakur is still alive and living in Malaysia, is sure to get many people excited whom didn’t already know that 2Pac is still alive.
Today, former Death Row Records CEO, Suge Knight, is set to be sentenced to 28 years in prison for an incident that happened approximately three years ago, on location of the NWA movie in Los Angeles, where Suge fatally ran over one man and injured another outside a burger joint with his vehicle. Many people believe that Suge Knight was set up, and as he himself said, he acted in self-defense and was trying to evacuate the scene before he was killed.
Yesterday, Suge Knight’s son made claims on his Instagram page that Tupac is still alive, and that he currently lives in Malaysia.
On September 7th, 1996, Tupac was shot in Las Vegas after the Mike Tyson v Bruce Seldon fight, whilst on route to Club 662. The story goes that he spent seven days in hospital until dying on Friday the 13th, 1996. Many researchers (and those in the know) claim that the shooting in 1996 was a hoax, and that it was in fact a staged shooting scene, which was used for Tupac to be able to escape and ultimately fake his own death.
This piece of seeming dramatic theatre included the official motive of gang member “Crip” Orlando Anderson being behind the shooting of Tupac, in retaliation after being beat down on the same night at the MGM Casino by 2Pac and his Death Row entourage.
Since 1996, many people have researched and compared notes to the purported facts in the murder case, and realised that the most popular rapper in all of history, is still alive. Now we have Suge Knight’s son saying that 2Pac is indeed still alive, to add to the many other people who have also said the same thing, including Suge Knight himself.
Sure Knight’s son of all people would know information about Tupac’s supposed death, since surely Suge Knight would have told his son the real story over the years. If anybody would have been following along with the music that 2Pac has released in only the last decade, the proof is all on those songs, as well. Of course, you’ll have to find them first…
Suge J. Knight posted a photo on his Instagram account, with the quote “Tupac is Alive”, followed by a text message exchange with an acquaintance on Instagram named DJ Jayill.
Suge J Knight uploaded a text message screenshot with DJ JayIll to his Instagram story, which reads: ‘You said [too] much. Time for you to go.’
So, what of these claims from Suge J. Knight that Tupac is alive? Is it all just a publicity stunt for more Instagram views and follows? One thing that may counter the feeling of truth to the claims is that Suge J. Knight uploaded some of the very questionable and well known fake photos of Tupac claiming to be him “alive” after 1996, such as the photoshopped picture of 2Pac next to 50 Cent, and another falsified picture of the rapper next to Beyonce.
However, Suge J. Knight did make references to the Illuminati in the following message: “Beware of fake accounts. Their job is to distract you. The Illuminati are all about power. This is why you see powerful names getting locked up.”
“Don’t be fooled. We can do it. They will say I’m on drugs and etc. I’m not.”
Tupac was released on bail in October 1995, after spending 9 months in the Clinton Correctional Facility on false rape accusations. It was Suge Knight who put up the money with Interscope and the fathering record labels for a sum of $1.4 million to get him released, with a three album deal. The albums that followed were ‘All Eyez on Me’ and ‘The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory’ and then plenty of others.
A police source has said that Shakur “wanted to get out of jail and he basically signed his life away to Suge. He didn’t want to do it, but when he does that they own him.”
What would be interesting to know more about is the extent of the Illuminati involvement with Death Row Records at the time, and what were the rules? However, there’s so much more to the 2Pac story, and it’s surely not summed up only by these claims and the very thinly covered mainstream media evidence saying that he’s dead. Didn’t Suge Knight in fact help Tupac get away from all the evil forces that were out to get him, who wanted him either dead or incarcerated?
Even Tupac’s corner report is a well known fake, suggesting the use of a body double for cremation, which is not too surprising. Both his height and weight were inconsistent with Tupac’s, and Suge Knight personally paid the coroner $3million in cash, to conduct the autopsy and he reportedly never saw him again.
Anyway, last week, Tupac’s estate won the rights back for numerous unreleased songs after a five year legal dispute, plus, Suge Knight is set to go to prison for 28 years. Could this be the final catalyst for the truth to finally come out after Suge Knight’s life time imprisonment?
The YouTube channel Icini Studios recently had over 200 videos removed and censored from their account, after making ‘Tupac Alive’ videos over the past few years, some of which were intriguing and others, not so much.
However, to hear claims of Suge J. Knight claiming that Tupac is alive in Malaysia is interesting. He has already been reported to have lived in numerous countries and continents, including Honduras, Bermuda, Cuba, Africa and many other places… He apparently even stepped foot and recorded music in China! How else could you explain another one of Tupac’s overlooked posthumous songs? Other rumours from long ago suggests that he may have even recorded music in London.
Not to mention, there was also a song made by Tupac where he raps about what happened that night in Las Vegas in 1996, which was released about four years ago. Does Tupac want the world to know that he’s alive and that he had to escape, or doesn’t he? Answers on a Tupac postcard from Malaysia please.
2Pac posthumously rapped, “And they make a thug nigga cry’, how the media said that I died but I’m still breathing, who do you believe in? Everything that they said was a lie. You see. We was in Vegas getting faded in the city of sin, I had a bad feeling that night after the fight at the MGM. Can you feel me?”
Story by The Narrator
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