Tupac Dead Or Alive. This Paper Is Focused On The Large Debate Over Whether The Popular Rap Artist Had Faked His Own Death Or If He Truly Was Murdered.

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IntroductionIt's now the year 2001. The year 2002 approaches fast. For Tupac fans, it means much more than just a new year. To the die-hard Tupac fans it means one more year until the long awaited resurrection. However, to other Tupac fans it just means another year has passed since his death.Tupac has brought his fans together with his music, poetry and acting. But this dead or alive dilemma has split these fans into two groups. Those who believe he is still alive and believe he has faked his death. The others are the ones who believe he has lived, and has lived well but is now at peace.Why would anybody have reason to believe that he is still alive? People have a good reason to believe that he is still alive. One reason is that the facts that point to him being alive largely outnumber those which insist he is dead.Many people have researched into this. They have uncovered unbelievable facts and have developed extremely intriguing theories. Theories which get even professionals to rethink their opinions on his death actually happening.Even the most skeptical people have changed their opinions. I am not writing this essay to change people opinions. I am writing this essay to bring out all of the facts and theories. By doing this I can perhaps bring people to see what can be a monstrous coincidence or the greatest scam I have ever heard of in my life.This is an essay on the controversy and happenings of Tupac Amaru Shakur's so called death. This is not a biography on his life. However I will have to sum up his life for better comprehension of these facts and theories which I will reveal.Who Is Tupac Shakur?June 16th, 1971 in Brooklyn, New York. Lesane Parish Crooks was born. Left by his father, Alice Williams, Tupac's mother changed his name from Lesage to Tupac Amaru Shakur. Tupac has moved from Oakland to New York and back again. When he was fifteen he was into writing rap lyrics and gang related subjects. By the time Tupac was eighteen he had been arrested eight times, even serving eight months in prison after being convicted of sexual abuse. Tupac studied the teachings of a war strategist known as Machiavelli in prison."After some time Tupac released his own album "2Pacalypse Now", which was a success. His career skyrocketed; he became tight with main pawns in the rapping industry. Tupac signed to Deathrow Labels and released songs and albums with them."Throughout all of this Tupac had made rivals with many people. He was beginning to be hated by just about everyone. He had his talent by his side though and he began filming movies.In November 1994 Tupac was shot five times, where thieves made off with forty thousand dollars worth of his possessions. He released his better albums after that incident.Tupac's career was going high and going low. He himself at some times wasn't doing so well.Tupac Dead? Thug Life Gone?On September 7th, 1996 Tupac Shakur was going to a boxing match with his good friend/ceo of deathrow records Suge Knight. After the...

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