Suge Knight’s son Suge J. Knight claims Tupac Shakur is still alive and in Malaysia
Tupac Shakur is still alive, according to the son of imprisoned Death Row Records owner Marion Suge Knight.
Suge J. Knight took to Instagram Tuesday with a series of posts raising the idea that the fatal September 7, 1996 shooting in Las Vegas of the rap icon was a hoax, and that Shakur is alive and well in Malaysia.
He posted a quote that read, ‘Tupac is alive,’ followed by an exchange of texts in which someone wrote to him, ‘You said [too] much. Time for you to go.’
Bold claims: Tupac Shakur is still alive, according to Suge J. Knight, the son of imprisoned Death Row Records owner Marion Suge Knight (R), who shared a shot of a man who looked like an older incarnation of the California Love rapper posed in a selfie Wednesday
He added shots that showed a man who looked like an older incarnation of the California Love rapper posed in a selfie, as well as with artists such as 50 Cent and Beyoncé, with both of the latter in current day forms.
Suge J. Knight made numerous references to the involvement of the Illuminati with the alleged cover-up, and said he was ‘not on drugs’ in raising the jarring allegations.
He posted a quote that read: ‘Beware of fake accounts. Their job is to distract you. The Illuminati are all about power. This is why you see powerful names getting locked up.’
He added in a caption, ‘Don’t be fooled. We can do it. They will say I’m on drugs and etc. I’m not.’
Short and sweet: The son of the imprisoned rap mogul took to social media with a strong claim
Surprise: He shared this shot of Beyonce in her current day form posed with a man who appeared to be an older incarnation of the rapper
In addition: Another shot showed the purported older Tupac posed with 50 Cent
A source with the Los Angeles Police Department told People last year that Shakur’s killing was and act of ‘gang retaliation’ against the elder Knight, who had inked the rapper to his Death Row Records label a year before.
That pact came as Shakur was in prison in connection with a sex abuse conviction, with Knight offering to pay for an appeal for the rapper if he made three records for his label.
The police source told the outlet Shakur ‘wanted to get out of jail and he basically signed his life away to Suge,’ adding, ‘He didn’t want to do it, but when he does that they own him.’
Also: The son of the rapper continually claimed the Illuminati was on his trail
Knight’s affiliation with the gang Mob Piru put Tupac in the cross-hairs of a rival gang, the Compton Crips, the police source said.
Tupac clashed with Crip gang member Orlando Anderson at the MGM Grand casino earlier on the day he was killed, which the police source – paraphrasing info he received from a Crip leader – said led up to his murder.
‘It was simple retaliation: you mess with one of ours, we will mess with one of yours,’ the police source said. ‘If Orlando had never been jumped in the hotel, they never would have killed Tupac that night.’
Last month, Suge Knight Sr., 53, received a 28-year prison sentence for a voluntary manslaughter conviction in a January 2015 incident in Compton, California in which he hit two people with his vehicle, leaving one person dead.