It is over two decades since Tupac Shakur died six days after he was shot multiple times at the age of 25. Meanwhile, his death has caused so much controversy as many people believe he is still alive.
Some have held onto this strong opinion that Tupac Shakur didn’t die after he sustained four gunshot wounds on September 7th, 1996, in Las Vegas. Also, some stories have supported this view. The bodyguard told one of those of Tupac, who allegedly said he had helped the rapper fake his death and went to smuggle him to Cuba.
In this same vein, the son of Suge Knight claimed that Tupac was alive in some bizarre post he made on Instagram, he would later reverse his stance. Even as last year, some people were convinced they saw Tupac Shakur, the former Death Row artist in South Africa.
With the wave of this trend of the conspiracy theory, Rick Boss has an upcoming film, 2Pac: The Great Escape From UMC. He told KTNV of ABC 13;
“This movie is about Tupac escaping University Medical Center here in Vegas and relocating to New Mexico, getting protection from the Navajo tribe,”
He went to assert that Tupac was aware of the threat on his life and planted a body double in the BMW of Suge Knights and would later escape by Helicopter to New Mexico, Navajo tribe land t be specific.
Rick Boss, discloses that he got this information about Tupac’s survival through his family and those who were close to the artist. You can write fiction story;….but this is not fiction,” Boss reiterates. “This is facts known through certain people I know.”
Meanwhile, “This is facts through certain people I know.”
Richard Garcia, who is starring as Tupac in the movie, did not believe that Tupac is still alive.