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'Time traveller from 2030' claims Tupac faked his own death to avoid revealing secrets of the Illuminati
A man claiming to be a time traveller from the year 2030 says Tupac Shakur's death was faked to stop him revealing Illuminati secrets. Conspiracy theories that the rap icon is secretly alive and in hiding have persisted ever since he was shot dead in 1996. And now a man calling himself Noah and claiming to be visiting from the future, has claimed the musician did not die. Instead, he says Tupac's disappearance is all because of the Illuminati - a secret organisation some people believe controls the world. Noah came up with the bizarre theory during an interview for paranormal YouTube channel ApexTV.
Asked if he knew whether any celebrities had faked their own death, the self-described time traveller singled out the Death Row Records star. He told the channel: "When I was in the future I was trying to get as much information as possible from anybody. "I was able to figure out that Tupac isn't dead but he was in a critical state for about a year after his 'death'." And Noah said the hip-hop legend's death was staged because he had discovered secrets about the Illuminati.
Noah said: "The reason why all this happened is because his friends that were rapping were involved in the Illuminati. "They tried getting Tupac in there but he found it terrible. "He didn’t tell them if he was going to say anything about it or not but they take things to the extreme. "They are able to shoot him and say he’s dead. "Their goal was to keep him away from the public.” However, Noah also claimed the lluminati as we think of it does not exist, but there is a very similar group. He said: "I’ve had a big experience with the Illuminati.
"It doesn’t exist, but there is something similar that isn’t called the Illuminati and it doesn’t have a symbol with the triangle in the eye. "But what we do have is a different version of the Illuminati in the government, the actual symbol is an owl." While Noah was inundated with questions about the future from YouTube viewers, his claims were also met with a lot of scepticism, with some branding him a "fake". One commenter him: "Got a question..... where did you do your acting lessons? "Cause you're s*** at it." Tupac was just 25 when he was shot four times as he pulled up outside Las Vegas' Club 662 in a black BMW owned by Death Row Records boss Suge Knight.
Earlier this month, ex-gang member Duana 'Keefe D' Keith revealed he took part in the drive-by attack. But Keith, stricken with cancer, refused to say who fired the shots. His comments were revealed in new Netflix series Unsolved: The Tupac and Biggie Murders.