Tupac is ALIVE and may release new music with Cardi B, Suge Knight’s son bizarrely claims
TUPAC Shakur is alive and “doing good” and is about to release new music, Suge Knight’s son has claimed.
J. Knight, whose dad is imprisoned rapper Suge, insisted Tupac is back in the studio – despite the star being killed in a drive-by shooting in September 1996.
Rex Features Suge Knight, left, with Tupac in April 1996[/caption]
“I’m definitely going to bring new Tupac music for you guys,” he told DailyMailTV.
“Trust me. Tupac is good, Tupac is good. People can’t fathom to believe that I have new music on the way from him.”
He refused to put a timeline on the new release, instead saying: “I’m moving like a business man. I’m a mogul millennial.”
J. Knight’s notorious dad added fuel to the fire by hinting that Tupac would work with artists like Cardi B.
“Cardi B is probably the most aggressive entertainer in the biz today. And I think she’s the female version of Tupac. Tupac with a skirt. Yeah,” he said.
After these comments aired, J. Knight shared a picture of Cardi on Instagram, saying: “Bardi B #NEWDEATHROW S***!”
‘THIS AIN’T NO JOKE’
It comes weeks after J. Knight caused a stir by writing on his Instagram: “I got Pac back in the studio. New music coming.”
He later added: “This ain’t a joke”.
J. Knight also shared images of “New Death Row,’ Tupac’s old record label.
Previously the son of the Death Ross Records boss had claimed Tupac was still alive and living in Malaysia.
He later wrote: “First they call you crazy. Then they doubt you.
“And then they forget how they was treating you at first. Ion [I don’t even] take it personal just an observation.[sic].”
Sun Online has understandably been unable to verify these new claims.
Suge Jr’s statements are the latest wild claims about the 25-year-old who was shot four times in Las Vegas more than 20 years ago and died in hospital six days later.
The gunman has never been caught.
Wild conspiracy theories connected to his death have swirled about ever since with some not even accepting the star is dead.
Too Short, a friend of Tupac, believes the rapper is not dead.
Responding to a question recently asking if the founder of Death Row Records set up the killing, he denied it, adding: “Because he’s not dead.”
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There are a host of other wild, uncorroborated theories, including ones speculating why he wasn’t wearing his bulletproof vest despite being obsessed with protecting himself after a previous shooting.
Even speculation surrounds his cremation with the cremator saying he was 6ft and weighing 215 pounds while his driver’s licence said he was 5’10” and 168 pounds – and the cremator has never been seen since – supposedly.
Shakur, born in 1971, is one of the most successful rappers of all time having sold an estimated 75million records worldwide.
J. Knight, whose dad is imprisoned rapper Suge, insisted Tupac is back in the studio@sugejknight/Instagram
Suge Jr claims Tupac is recording in a studioInstagram
Tupac, left, with Suge in Los Angeles in August 1996AP:Associated Press
Surge, left, and Tupac, right, attend a Grammy party with Snoop Dogg in 1996Rex Features
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