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Tupac Alive? Rapper “In Studio Working On New Music’ Claims Suge Knight’s Son

Tupac Shakur, despite dying in 1996, is apparently the gift that keeps on giving. Suge K. Knight’s son, who has previously claimed the late Do For Love Rapper is still alive and living in Malaysia, has announced that he is currently in the studio with Tupac.

The son of the Death Row Records boss, Suge J. Knight, made the claims on his Instagram this weekend while sharing images of ‘New Death Row’ on the same day.

In an image, he wrote, ‘I got Pac back in the studio. New music coming,’ before adding in the caption, ‘This ain’t a joke’.

After seeing the backlash he was receiving for his claims, Suge Jnr said in another post: ‘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]’ Using the Q&A feature on Instagram Story he told a fan New Death Row is coming, suggesting a continuation of his father’s famed record label Death Row that released music for hip hop legends like of Dr. Dre, Snoop Dogg and Tupac in the 90s.

Suge Jnr’s recent claims come months after he said Pac’s fatal shooting in Las Vegas was staged.

The Brenda’s Got A Baby hitmaker died from gunshot wounds in a drive-by shooting in a car driven by Suge Snr.

His murder case has been unsolved all this time but has been the talking point of many conspiracy theorists for the past two decades.

Tupac Shakur and Marion Suge Knight (Photo by Jeff Kravitz/FilmMagic)

In an unrelated case, Suge Knight Snr was recently sentenced to 28 years in prison after striking a plea deal for involuntary manslaughter.

The hit-and-run incident took place at a restaurant car park in Compton, Los Angeles following an argument between Suge and the two men on the nearby set of N.W.A. biopic Straight Outta Compton.



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