is he alive or dead
The uncontested facts:
After leaving the Tyson fight on Saturday
September 7, 1996,
Tupac was alledgedly shot 5 times. He lived through the shooting
and was taken to a nearby hospital.
He was pronounced dead on
Friday September 13, 1996.
The suspicious facts:
Friday the 13th is a very suspicious
There were never any pictures released of Tupac in the hospital.
In the song "Life Goes On", Tupac raps about
his own funeral.
The driver of the car in which Tupac was riding, Suge Knight
(the executive producer of Death
Row Records), didn't show up
for questioning about the shooting.
The video "I ain't Mad at Cha" was released
only a few days after his death.
"I ain't Mad at Cha" is track 13 on the album All Eyes On Me. The video shows
as an angel in heaven. In the video, Tupac was shot after leaving a theater
with a friend, which is very similar
to how he was shot in real life.
Interestingly, Tupac dies in his last video released under the name "2Pac".
video "Toss It Up" from the new album was released under the name
"Makaveli". The second video to be released by
the name Makaveli is
"To Live and Die in L.A." But how could they shoot the second video when he is "dead".
the video really shot 4 months before his death, back in August of '96?
In the video "Hail Mary" released under the name
Makaveli, there is a gravestone
that says Makaveli. But the gravestone is cracked and there is a hole right in front
it, inferring that Makaveli rose from the dead.
A shooting involving Snoop Doggy Dogg occured close to the release of his
Doggystyle. The shooting made Snoop appear more "real" and showed his fans that
he really was a gangsta.
The shooting gave him respect because everyone that bought
his album believed what he was talking about. Within one
week of its release, Doggystyle
went platnium. Snoop was signed to the same label as Tupac which is Death Row Records.
December '96, Tupac's new album went platinum. In interviews prior to the shooting,
Tupac talked about how he wanted
to stop rapping and being a gangsta and get out of
the limelight. What is the only way Tupac could completly escape
the media spotlight ???
(Answer: if the public thought he was dead.)
Press wasn't going to be allowed at the funeral,
but then the funeral was cancelled for unknown
Tupac always wore a bulletproof vest, no matter where he went.
Why did he remove it at a very
public event like a Tyson fight?
In most of his songs he talks about being buried,
so why was he allegedly cremated the day after
he "died"? And since when do they cremate someone the day after death
in a murder case?
Tupac's alias is Makaveli. Though the spelling is different, Machiavelli was a 16th century
philosopher who advocated the staging of one's death in order to evade one's enemies
and gain power. In Machiavelli's
book Discourses Upon the First Ten Books of Titus Livy, in Book 2
Chapter XIII he says "a prince who wishes to achieve
great things must learn to deceive".
This is Machiavelli's main idea and is the connection between Tupac and the writings
Tupac studied Machiavelli in depth while in prision was a fan and had read his books several
Perhaps Tupac is taking his advice. Machiaveli wrote two books before his death. Look
at what the All Eyez on Me
disks are called.. Machiavelli's books were called, "Book 1," and,
"Book 2." The CD's of, "All Eyez On Me," are entitled
One of Machiavelli's books is, "Discourses Upon The First Ten Books Of Titus Livy," which it's
read in jail. In Book 2, Chapter XIII He says, "a prince who wishes to achieve great
things must learn to decieve..."
This is very similar to verses in some of Tupac's songs.
Some say that Tupac modified the Machiavelli name because if you
rearrange the letters, they
spell, "Am Alive," or, "I Am Alive."