Despite Tupac Shakur's highly publicized murder in 1996, countless fans around the globe continue to cling to theories that the rapper is still alive today. Some claim he was resurrected, while others insist his death was just an elaborate hoax. Sadly, they're all wrong. Or are they?
Even skeptics had to think twice when Shakur suddenly appeared onstage at this year's Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival in the form of a hologram to perform a handful of songs alongside Snoop Dogg. The 3-D rapper, who looked and sounded exactly like the real thing (complete with tattoos and acid-washed jeans), even addressed the crowd directly with specific references to Coachella. That's all it took for conspiracy theorists around the globe to conclude that Tupac was alive and well - despite public statements issued from his digital creator. Now rumors are surfacing that the CGI Shakur will be taking his act on the road for a national tour. So if Tupac really is dead, at least fans can get the next best thing. -XFINITY Entertainment Staff
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