Tupac Death Bomb As Fans Are Convinced, Critical Lead In Hospital PROVES Rapper Is Still Alive

CONTRASTS Reports of Tupac Shakur’s final days in hospital have given fresh air to conspiracy theories that he faked his death.

The gangsta rapper, who would have been 51 today, spent six days in intensive care following a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas.

Tupac Shakur was 25 when he was gunned down in September 1996

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Tupac Shakur was 25 when he was gunned down in September 1996Photo credit: Getty – Contributor
Suge Knight's BMW was riddled with bullets by gunmen in a white Cadillac

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Suge Knight’s BMW was riddled with bullets by gunmen in a white CadillacPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor
Tupac spent six days in the intensive care unit at University Medical Center in Las Vegas

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Tupac spent six days in the intensive care unit at University Medical Center in Las VegasPhoto credit: Getty

Official reports from doctors and the police state that Tupac passed out when he was taken to an ambulance and never woke up.

However, some fans refuse to believe the rap idol is actually dead, and there have been numerous “sightings” over the past quarter century.

Wild conspiracies claim he faked his own autopsy picture and is now living with his fugitive aunt in Cuba.

The theories have been fueled by people close to him, including a Black Panthers “bodyguard” who claims he smuggled the wounded rapper onto a plane bound for Barbados.

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Attention has focused on alleged inconsistencies over whether Tupac regained consciousness while lying critically injured at UMC Hospital in Las Vegas.

Members of his entourage, who stood guard at his bedside, claimed that he “laughed and joked” shortly before his death.

Contrary to the official version, Tupac – who had a lung removed after two bullets hit his chest – was in a coma for six days and then died of respiratory failure and cardiac arrest.

Sgt. Chris Carroll, the first Vegas police officer on the scene, insists Tupac passed out shortly after pulling him out of the car.

He recently recalled, “I kept asking, ‘Who did that? Who shot you?’ And he basically always ignored me.

“And then suddenly, with a snap of his fingers, he changed. And he went from struggling to speak, not being cooperative, to being like ‘I’m at peace’.

“And then I looked at him and said again, ‘Who shot you?’

“He looked at me and he took a breath to get the words out and he opened his mouth and I thought I was actually going to get some cooperation. And then the words came out: ‘F*** you.’

“After that, he started gargling and passed out. At that point, an ambulance showed up and he passed out.”

Sgt. Carroll accompanied him in the ambulance to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada and said he never woke up.

However, Death Records music boss Suge Knight, who was wounded in the same attack, has told a different version.

He claimed Tupac was in good spirits days after the shooting, so much so that he couldn’t understand how it was possible for his condition to deteriorate so much.

“I mean, when I left the hospital, me and Pac were laughing and joking,” he told the documentary Who Shot Biggie & Tupac.

“I don’t see how anyone can go from doing well to doing poorly.”

Hinting at suggestions his friend could have been quick to make, he continued, “I’ll tell you that with Pac, you never know.”

Tupac’s fiancee Kidada Jones, daughter of music legend Quincy, said the rapper woke up while she was playing him Don McLean’s Vincent on a CD player by his bed.

She told Vanity Fair how she heard him moan and saw his eyes open.

“If you can hear me, move your feet,” she told him, then saw the sheets at the foot of the bed begin to rustle.

She then asked, “Do you know that I love you? Do you know that we all love you?” – and said he nodded in response.

Lasting Secret

Tupac, then 25, was one of rap music’s biggest stars when he was gunned down by a hail of bullets on September 7, 1996.

No one was ever charged in his death, but police named Compton Crips mobster Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson as the prime suspect.

Hours before the shooting, Tupac was involved in an alleged fight with Anderson after an argument with Mike Tyson at the MGM Grand.

It is alleged that Anderson rounded up a crew to get revenge and waited for the rapper outside Knight’s Club 662.

They didn’t find him there but later spotted Knight’s black BMW and caught up with him at a red light on Flamingo Road, sources say.

Anderson’s uncle, Keffe D Davis, admitted his role in the shooting in a book published in 2019.

He said he made eye contact with Tupac and Knight as he drove alongside in a rented Cadillac.

Keffe wrote, “Like two rams locking horns, Suge and I looked dead in the eyes … No words exchanged, the time to talk was up, the s*** was about to go under.”

Anderson reportedly fired at least 15 shots with a Glock pistol in the back seat.

A bullet grazed Knight’s head, but he was able to get away from the scene before being pulled over by police officers on Las Vegas Boulevard.

Knight revealed Tupac’s last words in a police interview four days later.

The rapper was unaware of the extent of his own injuries and was more concerned about Knight’s wounds, he claimed.

As he sped off in search of a hospital, Tupac told him, “You’re the one they shot in the head. They shot him in the head,” says a police report.

Cops complained Knight gave them “no valuable information” to identify suspects in case files unearthed by The Sun.

He claimed not to have recognized the perpetrators.

Anderson died in 1998. Davis was never arrested.

“Fake Autopsy Photo”

Tupac was reportedly shot twice in the chest and also hit in the arm and thigh.

However, conspiracy theorists have cast doubt on the official autopsy, claiming a photo of Tupac’s body was fake.

YouTuber DJ Skandalous claimed there were “inconsistencies everywhere” in the coroner’s report.

A 1996 driver’s license shows Tupac’s height at 5ft 10in and weight at 168lbs, but the report says he was 6ft tall and weighed 215lbs.

DJ Skandalous also questioned the authenticity of autopsy photos allegedly leaked online.

“One thing I noticed about the autopsy picture is that the Machiavelli tattoo he had on his neck was missing,” he said.

“It could be because the photo is pixelated and not in HD – but the way I see it, the Machiavelli tattoo isn’t there

“The other thing I found suspicious about the autopsy picture was that Tupac was in a coma in a hospital for six days, but if you look at the autopsy picture that leaked on google images, his head is shaved and his face is shaved .

“Why would they shave his face and head when he’s in a coma and in critical condition?”

Over the years, photos have played a key role in fueling conspiracies about Tupac.

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A photo released in 2019 appears to show Tupac hours after he was shot – as authorities insist he is fighting for his life in hospital.

An alleged photo of him dying in his hospital bed, which is said to have mysteriously disappeared shortly after it was taken, also fueled theories that the rapper faked his death.

Many fans claim rap idol Tupac Shakur faked his own death

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Many fans claim rap idol Tupac Shakur faked his own deathPhoto credit: Getty – Contributor
Police said their investigation was riddled with problems and Suge Knight gave

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Police said their investigation was riddled with problems and Suge Knight gave “no valuable information”.
Coroner's report contains inconsistencies, conspiracy theorist claims

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Coroner’s report contains inconsistencies, conspiracy theorist claimsPhoto credit: Las Vegas Coroner’s Office
Tupac and record label boss Suge Knight watched Mike Tyson fight hours before the shooting

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Tupac and record label boss Suge Knight watched Mike Tyson fight hours before the shootingPhoto Credit: AP:Associated Press

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