The 2PAC Makaveli Conspiracy Theory
By Chris Reid
On September 7 ,1996, Tupac Amaru Shakur was shot twice in the chest and put in
critical condition. He was in a car with Suge Knight. On Friday, September 13, Tupac
died. These are some examples of evidence that proves that Tupac is actually alive,
and active in the Rap Music industry.
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- Exhibit 1: Date of Death
- Tupac died on Friday the 13th. Weird by itself, but especially cool for 2PAC.
- Exhibit 2: Single One:
- The week (day) he died, the songs “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” and “Life Goes On” were
released. “Life Goes On” talks about death, and specifically what he wants at his
- Exhibit 3: Single Two:
- “I Ain’t Mad At Cha” talks about forgiving a friend who was present when 2PAC
was shot and killed. It also talks about gettin into Heaven. Think of the guy in the video
as Suge Knight. The almost exact thing happened on September 7, 1996, except that
2PAC died several days after being shot in real life.
- Exhibit 4: The Deathrow Internet Homepage
- The Deathrow Homepage on the Internet has a list of people who welcome you to
the WWW site. Among Snoop, Daze, Nate Dogg, Hammer, an a whole mess of
rappers, they also say 2PAC (Makaveli).
- Exhibit 5: The Don Killuminati
- The true title of the Makaveli album is this: The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day
Theory. I haven’t figured out the word meaning of Don Killuminati yet, but I think it has
to do with death. The 7 Day Theory is weirder. 2PAC was shot on Sept. 7, he
supposedly died on the 13th. If you count the 7th, 8th, 9th, 10th, 11th, 12th and 13th,
you get SEVEN DAYS! Could this be the Kiluminati Style, 7 Day Theory?
- Exhibit 6: WAR TIME!
- Look on the right inside cover of the album booklet. It says: EXIT - 2PAC
ENTER - MAKAVELI under the words WAR TIME. This could be interpreted not as the
changing of his name, but the fake-death of 2PAC, and the emergence of the rapper
- Exhibit 7: Resurrected
- Another Listen Closely thing: listen to track 5, “Blasphemy”. At time 2:38, 2PAC
clearly (more clearly than other lines) says, “Brothaz getting shot coming back
ressurected.” Another clue?
- Exhibit 8: Publicity Stunt
- After 2PAC was shot, All Eyez On Me went from 64th best selling album to 19th.
After 2PAC died, it went to Number One. And this was ove 9 months after the album’s
- Exhibit 9: Sales
- This ties in with Exhibit 11. I’m sure 2PAC’s death will get more people to buy the
Makaveli album. Deathrow must think so too, because they moved Snoop’s “The Dogg
Father” to November 12. It has been planned to be released on November 5 for several
months. Moving it a week later doesn’t seem like much, but they must have done this to
leave open The Don Killuminati.
- Exhibit 10: The Actual Album
- Deathrow and MTV are trying to tell us that The Don Killuminati are just a bunch
of unreleased tracks he never produced. Why then, does he have an Intro, and a
complete Album theme (makaveli, etc). The CD doesn’t look like a bunch of random
songs. They go together, and relate to the alias Makaveli. This is not a bunch of
unreleased songs, but an actual full size Album. Tweleve tracks seems like not much,
but several other of his CD’s only have 13 or 14 songs. And the album is almost an
- And how have we not heard about it until after he died? We’ve known about the
Bone and Snoop albums for a long time. Weird, a complete album we know nothing
about until after he dies, and Deathrow tries to pass it off as a bunch of unreleased
- Exhibit 11: The Burial
- Listen to All Eyez On Me. He talks about is being buried a lot. But what
happened in real life? They cremated him soon after he died. And nobody’s seen the
ashes. For that matter, I can’t find anywho who will say they saw Tupac’s dead body.
- Exhibit 12: Vibe Magazine Poem
- A month before he died, 2PAC submitted a poem to Vibe Magazine. He said it
should be released to his friends and family after he died. The Poem:
"When my heart can beat no more I hope I die for a principle or a belief that I have lived for I
will die before my time because I already feel the shadow's depth So much I wanted to
accomplish before I reached my death I have come to grips with the possibility and wiped the
last tear from my eyes I loved all who were positive in the event of my demise."
- Exhibit 13: Look at the Cover
- On the Cover of the Makaveli album, he’s on the cross like Christ, who came
back from the dead.
- Exhibit 14: The Company, The Producer
- Makaveli Records? Makaveli records is produced by “Simon.” He was some
religous friend of Christ who helped him come back or whatever. What if it was actualyl
Suge Knight? Suge acting like Simon if 2PAC were Christ (see Makaveli cover).
- Exhibit 15: Lack Of Memorial
- I’ve already said that this is not a bunch of random tracks like MTV and Deathrow
are saying, but why isn’t there even a memorial in the album? Nowhere in the entire
album do they mention 2PAC or Tupac Shakur. I would have at least expected
1971-1996 Tupac Amaru Shakur R.I.P.
- Exhibit 16: Deathrow’s Archives
- Deathrow and Interscope now say they could have dozens of unreleased 2PAC
tracks and even a few unreleased videos. So now, they could keep coming out with
new 2PAC music for a couple years. Now who stockpiles an artist’s music two years in
advance? Maybe they don’t have all they say and actually have someone to make the
new music as time goes by...
- Exhibit 17: Thuglife
- When all his other CD’s came out, he was in jail, in trouble, in court or other
things. Now, he has no court date, no lawyers or judges to talk to. He doesn’t have
anything out there to live up to his Thug Life image. Dying would be a way to keep his
Thug side alive without getting in jail. That’s apparently what he wanted. If “I Ain’t Mad
At Cha” was his last song, then he would have been remembered as more of an Angelic
figure. Now with the Makaveli and other music out there, he might be remember for the
- Exhibit 18: Nicolo Machiavelli
- The real Machiavelli did not fake his own death. That was a rumor. In real life,
Machiavelli advocated faking your death to fool your enemies. Tupac admired his
lifestyle and possibly listened to his advice...