At 25-years-old, Shakur attended the Mike Tyson fight against Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada. Reportedly, Tupac got into an altercation with Crips gang member Orlando Anderson in the lobby of the MGM Grand Casino. The two were separated and Shakur left with Suge Knight in his 1996 black BMW 750iL, which was on auction two years ago for $1.5 million.
The BMW stopped at a red light on the main strip when a white Cadillac pulled up alongside to Pac and Suge then unleashed a barrage of bullets around 11:15 pm. Tupac was hit with four bullets including twice in her chest. Shakur, whose birth name is Lesane Parish Crooks, was rushed to the hospital but died from his drive-by injuries six days later. A former member of the rap group Outlawz is sure that Orlando Anderson was not Tupac’s killer. To this day, Tupac’s murderer has never been identified or brought to justice.
The conspiracy theories that Tupac AKA Makavelli faked his own death and moved to Cuba and Malaysia have been around for years. The first rumor was started by Suge Knight in 2014. “Why you think nobody been arrested if they said they the one that killed Tupac? Because Tupac not dead,” the Death Row boss told TMZ. “If he was dead, they’d be arresting those dudes for murder. You know he’s somewhere smoking a Cuban cigar on an island.”
Suge Knight claims he paid $3 million for Tupac’s cremation and the person quickly cremated Shakur the day after his death. However, Tupac’s social security number was not registered in the official death index. Another strange thing is that the person who did the cremation has reportedly not been seen ever again. There are rumors that Tupac faked his own death as well as unconfirmed reports that Shakur’s ashes were mixed with marijuana and smoked by members of the Outlawz.
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