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Is Tupac still alive? 20 years after his death, the possibility that the whole thing was a conspiracy still fascinates people, party because Tupac has been "spotted" several times since his apparent murder.
A couple of years back a website called Huzler reported that Tupac was still alive, and had been spotted outside of a nightclub. They used this photo of Pac with none other than Beyoncé in the article. Illuminati, or too much photoshopping time on their hands?
Last year loads of sports fans at a basketball game in Boston couldn't stop starting and taking photos of one man - all because he looked a lot like Tupac. Twitter/ BrodieBrazilCSN
There has been endless speculation about the possibility of both Biggie and Tupac still being alive, but if the whole thing was a conspiracy, would they show their faces at one of the biggest music industry events of the year? This guy was spotted amongst the crowd at the BET Awards last year.
Several people are convinced that Tupac's death is a conspiracy, often remarking that Pac was cremated one day after dying, without having an autopsy. Further speculation the 'Changes' rapper is still alive was fuelled by a video of someone that looked a lot like him at Lil' Wayne's 'I AM Music Tour' in 2009.
Back in 2012 Kim Kardashian uploaded this photo to Instagram with the caption; "Hmmm Tupac is alive and working?!?"
If you were to blink you would miss it, but if you were to slow the video down and up the brightness, a figure that could or could not be Tupac is spotted standing behind EDI. A lot of people are convinced it really is Pac in this footage.
A video which has had nearly 2 million views on YouTube shows Suge Knight joking around with a man that looks a lot like Tupac. The two are heard talking about Biggie, amongst other things. However, the clip does only show the back of Pac's head and he's seen with no tattoos - but could it be?
In a video obtained by TMZ, someone that looks an awful lot like the legend is seen having a night out.
Whilst someone was digging out old music videos on YouTube, they came across this one which very subtly shows a blurry Tupac hiding in the background. The video has had over 300,000 views, but is it enough to convince you 2Pac is alive?
It's unknown where this image of 50 Cent and Tupac originated from, but few take it seriously in the case for Tupac's survival.
A British man called Michael Nice claims that he helped Tupac escape from America alive using a secret private jet. He claims that the plot was put together by The Black Panther movement and involved Pac disguising himself as a co-pilot on a jet to Barbados, before later travelling to Cuba. But none of the claims have been proven, despite Nice's claims that he has video evidence. Picture: YouTube