Suge Knight not convinced Tupac Shakur is dead

tupac-shakur-alive-2pac-hologram-suge-knight-coachellaHologram Tupac Shakur may want to watch his back because, according to Suge Knight -- who was with 2Pac when he was fatally shot in Las Vegas -- Shakur isn't dead. In a Friday (April 20) radio interview, Knight says his theory explains why Shakur's murder was never found -- because Shakur wasn't killed that night in 1996.

"Maybe the question is ... Pac's not really dead ... Pac's somewhere else," Knight tells 93.5 KDay, who theorizes that Shakur may have just wanted to retire from public life and that exhausting East coast/West coast rap feud.

"The person who supposedly cremated Tupac," says Knight. "This guy got about 3 million dollars personally from me -- cash. And next thing I know I never heard from the guy or seen him again -- he retired and left."

Asked whether he ever personally saw Tupac's body, Knight says: "Nobody seen Tupac dead."

Spinning this out to its logical conclusion, do we need to start questioning whether the Coachella holagram Tupac was really a hologram? Also, is there any way to determine if Shakur had watched "Eddie and the Cruisers" in the weeks leading up to his alleged death?
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