According to the new book, 2Pac Lives: The Death Of Makaveli/ The Resurrection Of Tupac Amaru (Vol. 1) (Hard Evidence Research Group And Publishing), the rapper is alive and kicking it in Cuba until its time to announce his presence to the world.
Author Drah Cenedive learned about Shakurs secret life from a fan who met the rapper and says there have been numerous sightings of him in various parts of Cuba.
However, Cenedive says the biggest body of evidence supporting his Tupac is alive theory is the vast amount of material that Shakur supposedly recorded before his death.
He says it would be impossible to record seven hours worth of posthumous music considering it takes two to three hours to record a three-minute song, not to mention the time needed for sleep, writing and to film movies.
Cenedive says Shakurs posthumous lyrics tell the story of his future resurrection and predicts it will happen after Sept. 13, 2006, the 10th anniversary of his supposed death.
(Contact numbers available only to subscribing media or trial media users. You can request samples at the Wireless Flash web site.)
Copyright © 2005 Wireless Flash News Inc. All rights reserved. Wireless Flash® and FlashNews® are registered trademarks of Wireless Flash News Inc.