'Tupac’ photo taken ONE DAY after rapper was killed sparks wild conspiracy theories that he faked his death

MURDERED Tupac Shakur was pictured in public just one day AFTER he was targeted by a mystery gunman, claim conspiracy theorists.

According to cops, the superstar rapper was murdered in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas in September 1996, when he was shot in his BMW.

A man resembling Shakur is seen pictured in an orange shirt similar to the one the star wore on the morning of the shooting.

A conspiracist known as Danny said his source, who he claims is a friend of Tupac’s family, confirmed the image was taken after the shooting.

Danny said: “He said ‘this is for sure September 7th, right? This is what everybody thinks but this was wrong’.”

Just hours before the shooting Tupac and his entourage were involved in a casino fight with gang member Orlando Anderson.

Tupac, ween wearing an orange shirt during the bust up, reportedly changed into a green basketball vest shortly after the fight, reports the Daily Star.

Danny added: “After he got into a fight with Orlando Anderson he went to his room and changed into the green tank top, the one we saw him wearing when he was sitting in the BMW with Suge supposedly before he got shot and faked his death.

“This is when all the things begin to get fishy, this picture right here is actually the day following September 7.

“This picture was taken without Pac’s knowledge and without anybody else knowing.”

Danny claims his source said: “‘This is from September 8, the morning after planning to get the hell out of there’.”

There is absolutely no evidence to back up the claim.

Just this week it was claimed the American rapper was still alive and starred in a music video ten years AFTER he was shot dead.

But since his death wild conspiracy theories have circulated, claiming the rapper is still alive and only went into hiding.

A video uploaded to YouTube yesterday by conspiracy theorists WiredUp TV features scenes from the video.

During the clip, the narrator of the video stops when the camera is on a man that looks suspiciously like Tupac, sitting in a car and smoking a cigarette.

The video freezes on the frame and zooms in, circling the "modern day Tupac" in a bright green circle.

The narrator says: "Look at the guy next to the gentleman with the face furthest to us, the guy smoking a cigarette, that's Tupac Shakur.

"We have just got confirmation."

The man in the video looks similar to Tupac – he is bald and has the same shaped moustache that the singer had – but the video does not prove the real identity of the person.

Since the video was uploaded on March 19, it has amassed over 5,000 views and almost 90 comments.

The channel's five other videos – all uploaded within the last month – all relate to Tupac's death.

Many non-believers in the video's comments section debunk the theories, leaving comments like "still no proof".

Another said: "It is crazy how every time a picture of Tupac is shown it is always a picture far away, in a dark silhouette."

Another recent conspiracy theory claimed that Tupac is alive and living secretly in an L.A prison, after "new evidence" of a man matching Tupac's description surfaced on an American inmate information website.

Earlier this year rapper Suge Knight's son bizarrely started a rumour that Tupac was alive and planning to release new music with rapper Cardi B.


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