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Tupac Shakur is alive and living in Cuba, says Nice, former security officer


Tupac Shakur

Was Smuggled Out Of America By Security Firm
Since the famed death of rapper, Lesane Parish Crooks well known as Tupac Amaru Shakur (2PAC) on September 13, 1996, at the University Medical Centre of Southern Nevada in Las Vegas, dozens of conspiracy theories of his being alive have swirled.

The American-rap superstar was pronounced dead six day after he was reportedly gun down outside a nightclub in Las Vegas. But 22 years after many fans have refused to believe the rapper was killed in the drive-by shooting.

Michael Nice, a former security officer had on yesterday got the social media buzzing, when prompted more talk of a conspiracy by claiming Tupac is alive and living in Cuba.

Nice, claimed he worked for the far-left political party, The Black Panthers, a movement Tupac’s parents, Afeni Shakur and Billy Garland were involved in during the late 1990s, before he was drafted as part of the security team that helped smuggled the rapper from America to the Caribbean, where he is still hiding on the island.

Speaking to TMZ, he said: “Why you think nobody been arrested if they said they the one that killed Tupac? Because Tupac is not dead, if he was dead they’d be arresting those dudes for murder. You know he’s somewhere smoking a Cuban cigar on an island.”

According to him, they heard that a hit had been put out on Tupac; hence they deployed him to get Tupac out of the country. He added that he helped rapper leave the country before someone else delivered him to safety.

Michael claims his security agency paid hospital officials a large sum to switch Tupac’s body with another deceased, to fake a death story.

“It was me, my bother, the pilot, Tupac as the co-pilot and two Panther guys on the jet. We took off and immediately knew we were safe, we felt good and it was like escaping from prison. There were hugs and handshakes when we finally managed to get him to Barbados. We helped him escape and it was the best feeling. Then my brother helped him get to Cuba from there.

Kadafi was doing some kind of hand signals – he looked kind of funky. I saw them alive way after their said deaths,” Nice stated.

In July this year, it was revealed that police investigating the murder of Tupac are still looking for suspects, despite former gang member Duana ‘Keefe D’ Keith’s admission last week.

In a new documentary, Keefe D admitted he was in the car that fired the shots, although he refused to say who pulled the trigger. But the Los Angeles Police Department has confirmed that despite his confession, the homicide case remains open.

Culled from TMZ

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