Suge Knight isn't 100 percent sure Tupac Shakur is dead, despite having been the driver of the car in which Tupac was fatally shot in 1996.
Knight reignited (sorry) the controversy on a Los Angeles radio show Friday, adding that "nobody seen Tupac dead." No word yet from Tupac's hologram, but we'll let you know if he has comment.
According to the former Death Row Records CEO, no one saw the corpse (which is weird, because he died in a hospital, but let's go with it for now). Knight claims he gave "three million dollars, cash" to the person who was supposed to cremate Pac's body and never heard from that individual again.
"Maybe the question is ... Pac's not really dead ... Pac's somewhere else," he said.
Of course, it would be a convenient twist for Knight, as his violent past and dubious associations led many to wonder if he himself was involved in Pac's killing. As previously mentioned, he was at the scene of Tupac's 1996 murder, a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. The murder remains unsolved, though everyone from Diddy to Suge to Biggie to Orlando Anderson and other members of the Southside Crips have been accused of varying degrees of involvement in the shooting.
Though multiple accounts maintain that Knight didn't have any involvement, a cloud of suspicion has followed him ever since. Regardless, someone should probably tell the Outlawz. As for Pac, holler if you hear him.
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