Recently, the son of Death Row Records label mogul Suge Knight, Suge J. Knight has been posting all kinds of things on Instagram about how he believes Tupac Shakur is still alive, not actually shot and killed in Las Vegas in 1996 as the story goes.
According to one article, “Suge J Knight let his theories be known on Instagram on Tuesday, insinuating that Tupac’s death was a hoax and he’s actually in Malaysia.”
“His dad was sentenced to 28 years in prison last month in relation to a hit and run incident -which saw one person die while another was injured – in a confrontation during the production of NWA biopic Straight Outta Compton back in 2014.”
One of the first posts you’ll notice, at least the ones that remain on his Instagram though it is unsure if any have been deleted, is this one.
Next, a day ago he posted this. It’s nothing but a white background with black text that says “TUPAC IS ALIVE.” All caps.
The next post seems to be a chilling message that suggests he revealed some secret he wasn’t allowed to. It read “You said to much. Time for you to go”
Then, a photo that appears to be rapper 50 Cent with Tupac, who should have passed away by the time 50 Cent became popular, was posted by Suge’s son.
A photo of what appears to be a celebrity woman with Tupac was posted by Suge J. Knight, with the surprising caption “He never left us. They’ll be after me soon smh. For y’all tho .” The photo appears to be with Beyonce.
After he posted a video about being followed, he posted an image that assured everyone he wasn’t on drugs, and that was followed by this image.
The caption posted with that image reads: “Just know. They been tryna destroy powerful names and legacies. I saw what I saw and they saw me.”
Another recent post carried the caption: “Don’t be fooled. We can do it They will say I’m on drugs and etc. I’m not.”
Then, a brief video he posted was in a car with several cameras fixed to film the front seat. All of these videos were posted within the span of about a day.
Finally, the most recent video Suge J. Knight uploaded was this photo of a man in red who looks like an old Tupac.
Some people accused him of using the Tupac allegations to try and generate support for his own album, on comments for Instagram posts several days prior to this. One comment reads: “Seems like no one acknowledged this.. so you use the whole pac thing for clout… i just hope im wrong..”
The possibilities here are intense. Not much is known about the character of Suge Knight’s son but it would take some skills to fake a video of being followed. It would take a lot of gall to fake these things.