I knew this hologram thing would lead to more craziness. According to NME, former Death Row Records label mogul Suge Knight declared over the airwaves, via Los Angeles radio station 93.5 KDay, that Tupac Shakur may not be dead.
And he was not making allusion to the fact the rapper appeared as a hologram two weekends in a row in Coachella, no, he was reanimating the persistent urban legend, suggesting that the real Tupac may be still alive:
‘Maybe the question is… Pac's not really dead… Pac's somewhere else.’
Even though he was with Tupac on the night he was murdered in Las Vegas in 1996, he declared that ‘Nobody seen Tupac dead’.
He was in the same car when Tupac was shot, Tupac died at the hospital, and he pretends nobody saw him dead?
But the following was even more bizarre:
‘The person who supposedly cremated Tupac… this guy got about three 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.’
What was he talking about? Why did he give three million dollars cash to cremate Tupac? A cremation obviously does not cost this much, and Knight may have say too much there,… what did he want to hide with this kind of money?
I wonder what the LAPD will think of these new declarations, since Knight had been in the police radar for some time: he was recently arrested for possession of marijuana, for driving on a suspended license several times, and for assault with a weapon, but especially, he was accused by an ex-LAPD detective to have ordered the murders of Tupac and Biggie Smalls in collaboration with P Diddy.
Knight is either insane, out of his meds or wants to make us forget he really killed Tupac. By the way, he was not happy about the Coachella hologram, simply because the ghost was not wearing his Death Row Records chain!