Truth Frequency Radio
Jul 31, 2013

Is it possible the rap superstar faked his death to avoid FBI surveillance and potential looming prison time? Longtime friend and former Death Row Records C.E.O. says in a rare video clip “Pac would fake his own death and disappear to avoid going back to prison”.“If you give me breath for 20 more years, I see myself changing the world because my thought patterns are so opposite of the norm.” — 2PacLOS ANGELES – NOVEMBER 18: Music Producer Suge Knight (L) and guest host D.L.Hughley appear at CBS Studios for a taping of ‘The Late Late Show’ on November 18, 2004 in Los Angeles, California. Suge Knight gives his take on the incident at this week’s Vibe Awards. (Photo by Mark Mainz/Getty Images)LOS ANGELES –


By Shepard Ambellas & JG Vibes
July 31, 2013

I wish to began by prefacing this article, letting it be known right off the bat that this is one of the most important articles ever written in the realm of entertainment and must be shared with every man, woman and child in America, regardless of race, color or creed.  This information is just as important as the more esoteric and political reports that we provide, because Tupac had a message that transcended his culture, his art form and his country. Our freedoms are under attack, our civil liberties are being stripped, and our peoples lives are threatened. We are Americans, a nation of many races. —Shepard Ambellas
The Life of an Activist

Many people do not realize that Tupac Shakur was more than a just a well-known rapper, much more. In fact at a young age Tupac already knew he was going to make a mark on the world, before the world would make its mark on him. Considered by the FBI to be a radical anti-authoritarian activist, 2Pac was a visionary revolutionary prodigy of his time.

The famous African-American rapper and born activist, Tupac “2Pac” Shakur, son to Afini Shakur, a former Black Panther Party member, drew some attention of his own before his reported death, prompted by a violent vehicular shooting which took place on the hot summer night, early morning, of September 7, 1996, near the Las Vegas strip.

Now in a comprehensive and exclusive investigative report, the true events and potential possibilities surrounding the controversial rappers death are revealed in-depth for the first time in a major news publication. will stop at nothing to bring forward the facts, realities and questions pertaining to the tragic events that took place on that very night after the Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon fight at the MGM Grand Casino in Las vegas Nevada, including the altercation at the MGM that night with a South side Crip from Los Angeles later identified by officials not to be the shooter in 2Pac’s murder investigation.

Many events that night were unsettling, including the botched crime scene evidence from negligence of Las Vegas Police Department (LVPD) officers and investigators.

2Pac was no doubt empowering the masses at the time with knowledge and critical thinking techniques suppressed by the elites for years. His study and interests dabbled into many realms. He often pondered and talked about things like:

What are the makings of great leaders?

What made famous war generals?

What are strategies to win an argument?

He often bragged about mastering both East and West coast rap styles and various top rappers styles.

Tupac also envisioned the concept for one the tattoos on his chest which reads,“50 Niggaz” and has an image of an AK-47 assault rifle. Meaning that if 1 African-American came together in each state, one for each state in America, that there would be no stopping them, they could achieve anything.

And so on. Tupac was often referred to by close friends as being very “deep”.

Modern conspiracy theories are mixed amongst the populace on what really happened to the Death Row Records signed artist 2Pac, tons of witnesses have come forward over the years and there still to this day is a major lack of evidence that 2Pac even died. In fact, this exclusive series might interest you as sometime the truth is stranger than fiction.

Not only is there a lack of evidence pointing out that 2Pac isn’t even dead there is added eyewitness testimony from various sources including former Death Row Records C.E.O., Marion Huge, A.K.A. Suge Knight Jr. that 2Pac is likely alive and well. In fact, Suge Knight himself stated in an interview that 2Pac was so ahead of the game and other rappers at Death Row, including Snoop Dog that 2Pac had time to, “sit back and sip on Thug Passion and formulate another plan”. Thug Passion is a drink often that was often referenced and glorified by 2Pac in his music. Thug Passion contains, one part Alize and one part Cristal.

Suge a known high-powered, well spoken, gangster thug has had numerous run-ins with the law over the years. According to the Los Angeles Times article posted in February of 2013, “The former head of Death Row Records has had a history of run-ins with the law. He was sentenced in 1997 to nine years in prison for violating terms of probation from an earlier assault case.

He was released from prison in 2001 after serving less than five years but was sent back to jail in 2003 for violating parole when he hit a parking lot attendant.

Knight filed for bankruptcy in 2006, citing civil litigation against him. The following year, his Malibu mansion was put up for sale.

He was arrested in August 2008 in Las Vegas on suspicion of drug possession and aggravated assault.” Showing that Suge is likely not an angel. However some such as Frank Alexander, one of 2Pacs body guards on duty that night, came forward saying it is highly unlikely Suge had Pac killed. Investigators in Las Vegas concluded the same.

Frank Alexander, 2Pac’s body guard on-duty that night, questioned the involvement of Reggie Wright Jr., the head of Wright Way Security, a firm out of Las Vegas whom which Alexander was employed. Frank stated that him and a few dozen other security guards working that night were specifically told by Wright Way Security to not bring their guns in an unusual order from above. Frank “Big Frank” Alexander, was found “suicided” in his California home in May of 2013 after releasing numerous interviews and information on the events that took place that night. Reggie Wright Jr. later interviewed by stated, “Suge and I had nothing to do with Pac’s Death. That was one of the worst seven days of both of our lives. But we know those of you that want to believe and support this theory are always going to believe what you want. But, I bet you also believe in spaceships, Police don’t lie, Bush didn’t start the war for revenge for his father and oil as well.”

After further research into the matter evidence and eyewitness statements show it’s highly unlikely Suge Knight orchestrated the murder of 2Pac. In fact, the evidence points to something more intriguing as 2Pac himself may have staged his own death, but first we must explore the background of the famous gangster rapper in detail. From his families Black Panther roots, to other events in his life 2Pac became a major target by several groups, both private and governmental. As he grew in popularity his safety was always at stake.

Friends, family and acquaintances of 2Pac would often warn him that he couldn’t just chill in his residence with the blinds and windows open as he was begging for a problem. Eventually, 2Pac had a run-in which almost ended his life at a recording studio one night in New York City, which was then “Bad Boy”, Sean Puffy Combs territory at the time. Pac was attacked robbed and then shot execution style twice in the back of the head, then left for dead that night and somehow came back from the dead (figuratively) as he survived the attack depicted in the hit song “Ambitionz Az a Ridah” on the epic Death Row release “All Eyez On Me”.

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