Shocking Photo Reveals Tupac Might Still Be Alive

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Selfie of Tupac Seen?

A man?s selfie that surfaced recently bears a striking resemblance to slain megastar rapper Tupac Shakur, who was gunned down in Las Vegas 20 years ago. The photo, posted on a video clip on YouTube, has been making the rounds in social media and has left a lot of people shocked.

Tupac, whose murder remains unsolved, was shot in 1996 in Las Vegas. The shooting occurred while his car was stopped at a red light at East Flamingo Road and Koval Lane. ?Tupac died from his injuries six days later, after being?shot four times from a .40-caliber Glock. The case remains unsolved.

The video uploaded by YouTube user, Tupac Legacy, claims that the picture was taken in November 2015, 19 years after Tupac?s death. He also says that the waterproof jacket that the man is wearing is thought to have hit the shops in 2012.


?I want to say I am not 100% if he is alive,? Tupac Legacy writes on the video. He believes it is Tupac mainly because they have the same eyebrows and lips.

Tupac Spotted in Recent Years?

This is not the first time that the rapper has been rumored to be alive. Since his death in 1996, theories have surfaced that Tupac is actually alive and hiding out in Cuba. Earlier this year, a photo of him and Rihanna partying also surfaced but was later disregarded as photoshopped.

If he was still alive today, he?d have been 44 years old. The photo shown looks like Tupac, but at his age 20 years ago. Unless of course, he is drinking from the secret fountain of youth, like Pharrell Williams and Elijah Wood.

According to Digital Spy, the photo most likely belongs to actor Demetrius Shipp, Jr., who portrays Tupac in Benny Boom?s biopic All Eyez on Me. The film started shooting in mid-December 2015.

If there?s something to be had in this latest Tupac is alive speculation, it?s that at least, now we know how he would look like taking a selfie in this present time.

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