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Tupac Shakur - Life and Times

            Tupac Shakur, pronounced dead at 4:03 pm on September 13, 1996. Six days earlier, the nite of September 7th,1996, Tupac was shot five times and was in jeopardy of his own life. After a boxing match between Mike Tyson and Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas, Tupac and friend Shuge Nite got into a fight with a man at the Hotel. Avoiding any troubles with law enforcement, the two fled the Hotel and made their way to Shuges Nite Club 662. On the way, Shuges car is stopped by cops because the car doesn't have liscense plates. Just ten minutes after being stopped by cops, Shuge Nite and Tupac are stopped at a Traffic light. While waiting for the light to turn green, a mysterious white Cadillac pulls along side Shuges car on the passanger side. Shots from a revolver ring the air, and Tupac who is sitting in the passengers seat is shot five times, and Shuge once, but only grazed in the back of the head. Quickly the white Cadillac speeds off, and leaves the two men injured. Seven years later, in the year 2003 the murderer of Tupac is still unknown. How ever there are facts and theories that are aimed at suspects. But, there is a weird twist in Tupacs death. Although he was shot 5 times, most fans and friends believe that Tupac is still alive, and that he faked his own death. So whats to believe? Is the legendary rap artist alive to this day, or is he dead?.
             According to tupac.com, In interveiws prior to the shooting, Tupac talked about how he wanted to stop rapping and being a gangsta and get out of the hype. What was the only way Tupac could completely escape the media spotlight?? If the public thought he was dead. Tupac was pronounced dead on Friday the 13th which is a very suspicious day. This is just the start to many of the suspicious facts in the murder of Tupac Shakur. While Tupac was in the hospital, there were never any pictures released of him there. After he was pronounced dead, a funeral was booked, but not open to the press.

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