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Suge Knight Still Thinks Tupac Is Alive

He explains why…

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Suge Knight doesn’t just make the news now a days for his legal troubles. This time he makes headlines for believing in one of the internet’s favorite conspiracy theories by claiming 2pac is still alive.

Yes, the one time friend of the famously deceased rapper still believes he can possibly be alive. TMZ recently premiered an exclusive snippet of an interview from the upcoming FOX special “Who Shot Biggie & Tupac?”, Suge Knight confessed to hosts Ice-T & Soledad O’Brien that he thinks it is possible Tupac can still be alive. 

From this short snippet, Suge Knight offers very little merit to the preposterous claim. He simply reasons that he recallss speaking with Pac in the hospital doing well the night of the shooting, later finishing the interview with “With Pac, you never know”.

However, I never thought I’d say these words but I kinda hope Suge Knight is somehow right about this. Craziness and total lack of reasoning aside, I hope Tupac is out there just plotting the most epic comeback album of all-time.

Make sure you catch the rest of the “Who Killed Biggie & Tupac?” special on FOX when it premiers Septermber 24th 8PM EST.

Also, check out the 40 year history of hip-hop packed into one awesome video!

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