Retired Cop Claims On Death Bed He Was Paid $1.5 Million To Fake Tupac’s Death

Everyone loves a good conspiracy theory; we didn’t land on the moon, the government is run by Reptilians, Tupac Shakur is still alive.

Well it turns out that as your weird uncle who lives in the trailer behind your grandma’s house will tell you; sometimes conspiracies are true, man! A retired police officer named David Myers claims that he was paid $1.5 million dollars to help fake Tupac’s death.    Wait, so if Tupac is alive, then who was Snoop Dogg rapping with in that hologram??!

If we believe what the history books tell us the legendary rap artist was gunned down by unknown assailants on the night of September 7th, 1996 while stopped at an intersection in Las Vegas Nevada. Death Row Records founder Suge Knight was behind the wheel of the vehicle. Much like Elvis before him, conspiracy theories have persisted that Shakur was really alive. Well considering Tupac has released seven albums after his death including a number one album in 2004, this would explain a lot.

Allegedly Officer Myers is coming clean on Pac.

The Mirror is reporting that Officer Myers, now terminally ill and on his death bed, wants to admit to the world what he did before he dies. He says;

“The world needs to know what I did. I’m ashamed that I let a price be put on my word and I cannot die without letting the world know.”

In addition to the $1.5 million to Myers for helping orchestrate the faked death, he says over 30 police officers, medical professionals and witnesses were paid off. These illicit payments included $50,000 to have a body double of Tupac taken to the morgue. It all makes sense if you don’t think about it. Tupac wasn’t killed by Suge Knight or anyone because the East Coast – West Coast rivalry, he just wanted to get away from it all.

Break Question Of The Day: Do you think Tupac paid this guy to fake his death?

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Source:  The Mirror