Tupac Is Alive & Partying With Beyonce In Malaysia (Says Suge Knight’s Son)

In September of 1996, Tupac Shakur was gunned down by an unidentified assailant in Las Vegas.

In the decades since his passing, Shakur’s legend has only grown — as have the rumors that the rapper “pulled an Elvis” and faked his own death.

Yes, every few months, a new report that Tupac is still alive makes its way around social media.

None of them are what you would call believable, but some are more credible than others.

The latest comes to us from none other than Suge J. Knight, the son of Death Row Records founder Suge Knight, who is currently in prison for committing all the crimes.

Suge Jr. recently deleted his Instagram page, but not before posting what he claims is definitive proof that the Shakur is alive and well and living in Malaysia.

Not only that, Knight claims, the hip-hop icon receives regular visits from the biggest names in the music business, including Beyonce and 50 Cent.

Knight shared the news with a not-so-subtle message reading “TUPAC IS ALIVE.”

As evidence that he’s not speaking figuratively, Suge the Younger posted the above photo of what he claims is a recent meet-and-greet between Tupac and Beyonce.

Some blurry photos of ‘Pac not looking a day older than when he died? 

What more proof could you need?!

“TUPAC IS IN Malaysia,” Knight later added.

And so is 50 Cent, it seems.

Yes, Knight claims the G-Unit rapper is also a frequent visitor to Pac’s hideaway in Southeast Asia.

Now we know the kid is either wrong or lying, because 50 puts more of his life on social media than a thousand Aunt Karens combined.

There’s no way this dude hung out with Tupac and didn’t immediately tell all of Instagram 15 seconds later.

So if this many people are hanging out with one of the most famous rappers in history, why aren’t more of them talking about it?

Well, Knight Jr. says he’s sharing the secret on penalty of death and has received multiple threats since posting his “evidence” online.

He even posted a text message screenshot, in which an unidentified second party writes, “You said too much, time for you to go.”

Not to be deterred, Knight replied, “The truth will be out and I’m not going anywhere.”

This was just before his Instagram page went blank.

Here’s hoping Suge Jr. is with the made-up Tupac in Malaysia and not with the actual Tupac in heaven.

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