Tupac Shakur is alive and lyrics on hit album All Eyez On Me as well as the spooky coincidences of the number seven point to the conspiracy, believers have claimed.
Ever since the legendary hip-hop rapper was gunned down in 1996 in Las Vegas, conspiracy theorists have become convinced his death was faked.
But some also believe the rapper was sending subliminal messages about the conspiracy in his album All Eyez On Me, the final one released before his death.
The first so-called clue comes in a series of lyrics on one of the album’s tracks, Ain’t Hard 2 Find.
Tupac raps: “I heard a rumour I died, murdered in cold blood dramatized / Pictures of me in my final stage you know Mama cried / But that was fiction, some coward got the story twisted / Like I no longer existed, mysteriously missin’.”
Despite being released seven months before his death, some think the artist saying he “heard a rumour” he died coupled with it being “fiction” points to the conspiracy.
Later in the song, Tupac supposedly adds further fuel to the truly outrageous flame as he adds: “You tried to play me now homicide is my only payment.”
The comments section to one of the YouTube videos of the song is filled with fans linking the lyrics to the rapper’s death.
“Pac is living homie, everything is plotted like he usually says,” one wrote.
Another commented: “He is alive. Why do you think he said ‘I heard rumours I died’ – listen to it.”
And a third added: “His first line describes his plan…”
But the lyrics of Ain’t Hard 2 Find aren’t the only supposed evidence believers in the outrageous theory point to.
All Eyez On Me is also part of the famous “Seven day theory” conspiracy.
The concept suggests that throughout his career and even at his death the rapper had a close association with the number seven which ultimately was a message to fans of the hoax.
Some of the coincidences include his age when he died which was 25 (2+5=7), the fact he survived for seven days after his shooting and that he died at exactly 4.03pm (4+3=7).
Even more weird is that All Eyez On Me was released exactly seven months to the day before Tupac died (September 13, 1996).
Does that add even more weight to the lyrics in the Ain’t Hard 2 Find?
It is pretty questionable, let’s be honest. There is absolutely no conclusive evidence that the iconic rapper is alive today but who doesn’t love a good conspiracy, right?