Hologram Tupac Shakur may want to watch his back because, according to Suge Knight — who was with 2Pac when he was fatally shot in Las Vegas — Shakur isn’t dead. In a Friday (April 20) radio interview, Knight says his theory explains why Shakur’s murder was never found — because Shakur wasn’t killed that night in 1996.
“Maybe the question is … Pac’s not really dead … Pac’s somewhere else,” Knight tells 93.5 KDay, who theorizes that Shakur may have just wanted to retire from public life and that exhausting East coast/West coast rap feud.
“The person who supposedly cremated Tupac,” says Knight. “This guy got about 3 million dollars personally from me — cash. And next thing I know I never heard from the guy or seen him again — he retired and left.”
Asked whether he ever personally saw Tupac’s body, Knight says: “Nobody seen Tupac dead.”
Spinning this out to its logical conclusion, do we need to start questioning whether the Coachella holagram Tupac was really a hologram? Also, is there any way to determine if Shakur had watched “Eddie and the Cruisers” in the weeks leading up to his alleged death?