Suge Knight Hints Of Tupac May Still Be Alive, Again
"I will say this: with the Pac, you never know."
Los Angeles, CA – Suge Knight will return to visit his long-held view that Tupac may still be alive when FOX airs its investigation of the crime special Who Shot Biggie And Tupac? this Sunday (September 24).
In an exclusive clip obtained by TMZ, the hosts of Ice-T and Soledad O'brien to talk to Suge Knight over the phone from los Angeles County Jail, where he is currently incarcerated. During the brief exchange of words, Knight questions how Tupac health deteriorated so quickly in the hospital, who claims to have been "laughing and joking" with him after the infamous shootout in Las Vegas in September of 1996.
"When Pac died, if he really did [laughs], you know?" Knight says that before O'brien gets.
"If he really died? What do you mean by that?" she asks.
"I mean that when I left the hospital, me and Pac was laughing and joking," the Knight answers. "So I don't see how someone can move to make things right, to do evil."
"So, seriously, he might still be alive," O'brien says while shaking his head, to which Suge Knight responds: "I will say this: with the Pac, you never know."
Tupac was murdered in Las Vegas on 7 September 1996. He died six days later, on September 13. As with the case of the murder of Notorious B. I. G., which took place six months later, the murder of Tupac Shakur remains unsolved.
The theory that Tupac may still be alive has been described on numerous occasions by Suge Knight in the last few years.
In 2012, Knight said that no one saw Tupac dead, and referred to the idea that the rapper may still be alive.
"Maybe the issue is that the Cap in reality is not dead. Cap in any other place," Knight said during an interview with 93.5 KDAY in Los Angeles. "I want to say that the truth if you really look at it. Nobody seen Tupac dead. The thing is this: the person who supposedly cremated Tupac – your mother wanted it done quickly – he spent. So this guy got about $3 million personally from me