posted on Apr, 21 2011 @ 08:40 AM
It would make sense that he would fake his death to escape all of the negative media attention, the paparazzi's, the potential government agencies
that wanted him dead, etc., and for a while I actually believed that he was still alive to. But when you think about his music and how politicians and
just the government in general hated his style of music, it's pretty obvious that when a person like that announces that he will be running for
presidency, that will have lots of people upset. That's just one of dozens of reasons that people wanted him dead. Suge Knight owed Tupac millions of
dollars, and he just happened to be in the car when Tupac was killed, how convenient that he doesn't need to pay a dead man, huh? And he was killed
on the Las Vegas strip after a Mike Tyson fight, if the police wanted to catch the killer(s), they could have worked harder and got some leads. His
mother was also a Black Panther and I think he was too at one point in his life.
The picture that shows his autopsy looks exactly like a part of the California Love video, where he's laying on the bed sideways with no shirt on. He
always rapped about resurrection in his music too. Don't forget that the rap name he took up later in his career was Makaveli, which jumbled up can
spell "I am alive", and Machiavelli was an Italian author(?) who wrote that the best way to trick your enemies was to fake your death.
I don't think that he is alive simply because so many people didn't like his music, whether they were uncomfortable with some cuss words (they're
just words, come on), they didn't like how he rapped about crooked cops, drugs, problems with the government, racism, religion, death, sex, thug
life, etc. My guess is that the government killed him to make it look like an East vs. West thing.