Tupac Shakur lives and lives his best life in Malaysia, according to the son of Suge Knight, head of Death Row Records.
Suge J. Knight made on Instagram the sensational claims that the deadly shots were faked in front of a nightclub in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996.
"Tupac is alive … he never left us," he wrote, sharing pictures of a man who looked like an elderly Tupac hugging today's Beyonce and 50 cents.
He also shared footage of a man who resembles the Malaysian filmed rapper before claiming a shady organization is trying to silence his claims.
In an eerie direct message that read, "You said too much, time to go for you," he replied, "The truth will come out and I'm not going anywhere."
"They'll be after me soon," he told the fans, insisting, "I'm not taking drugs."
Then he uploaded a video claiming someone was following him and wrote, "Beware of bad accounts, your job is to distract you, the Illuminati are all about power, so you see how powerful Be imprisoned. "
Conspiracy theorists believe world events are controlled by the Illuminati – an alleged secret society.
However, Tupac was shot dead in a car next to Suge J's father when it came to gang retaliation, a Los Angeles police source said last year.
Knight's ties to the Mob Piru gang made him and Tupac, according to the source, a target for the rival Compton Crips gang.
In addition, Tupac is said to have collided that day in the MGM Grand Casino with Crips member Orlando Anderson.
"It was a simple retaliation: you can dock with one of us, we'll mess with one of you, and if Orlando had never jumped into the hotel, they would never have killed Tupac that night," the source said.
The 25-year-old Tupac was shot four times – twice in the chest, once in the arm and once in the thigh – when he stopped in front of the Club 662 in Las Vegas in a black BMW by Suge Knight.
Six days later he died in the hospital of internal bleeding, although he was in a coma.
But Knight, who spent 28 years hitting two people in his car in Compton and killing one, recently revealed that he also does not believe Tupac is dead.
"When Pac died … if he really did, you know?" He said in 2017 in the documentary Who Shot Biggie & Tupac.
He continued, "I mean, when I left the hospital, Pac and I laughed and joked."
"So I do not see how someone can develop from good to bad," Suge said.
When asked if Tupac is still alive, Suge replies, "I'll tell you that you never know about Pac."