Tupac ‘spotted alive’ as lookalike’s ‘living’ comment reignites conspiracy

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    The bonkers conspiracy theory of hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur being alive has reignited after fans spotted an uncanny lookalike on TikTok.

    The All Eyez On Me rapper was gunned down in a shooting in Las Vegas, 1996, at the age of 25.

    And now, 26 years after his death, it's been announced Tupac will be honoured posthumously with a star on Hollywood's Walk of Fame.

    READ MORE: Cop who held Tupac before he died says fans accuse him of being part of conspiracy

    But there are those in the conspiracy world that are convinced the star is still alive.

    And now, a video posted by a TikTok fan account has left fans doing a double take.

    In the clip, a man walks up to a black convertible car where the Tupac doppelgänger sits, saying: "Hi! What do you do for a living?"

    He passes the microphone to the man, who wears a bandana on his forehead and a red Reebok top.

    The man replies: "Who said I'm living?"

    He then puts his finger on his lips, hinting to keep it as a secret.

    The post read: "They found 2Pac. 2Pac is still alive!"

    Viewers shared their thoughts and one said: "It could be real because they didn't find the way he died."

    A second wondered: "It's probably someone dressed up in the outfit he wore?"

    "Bro, that's literally Tupac," a third added.

    But others brushed it off and disputed the conspiracy.

    "Let the man rest in peace," one fan commented and another penned: "No, can't be him because if he was alive, he would be old."

    A murder investigation was subsequently launched after the drive-by shooting but has failed to get answers.

    No one has ever been convicted for the death of the rapper.

    The Tupac Shakur star dedication along the Hollywood Walk Of Fame on June 7 will see his sister, Sekyiwa 'Set' Shakur, accept the star in the "recording" category on behalf of Tupac.

    The ceremony will be streamed live exclusively at walkoffame.com.

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    • Tupac Shakur
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