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Rick Boss Claims Tupac Faked Death, Fled To New Mexico In New Documentary

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Tupac Allegedly Faked Death & Fled To New Mexico In New Documentary 

Tupac Allegedly Faked Death & Fled To New Mexico In New Documentary

There has been different conspiracy theories surrounding legendary rapper Tupac Shakur’s death. Rapper’s family friend now claims he faked his death and fled to New Mexico.

We’ve heard a lot of conspiracy theories on how Tupac faked his own death and the strongest of it came from Suge Knight’s family.




Well, in a new documentary series, Pac’s family friend Rick Boss is asserting that the rapper fled from Las Vegas to New Mexico after he was shot in 1996. The official records show that Tupac Shakur was murdered in Las Vegas, dying several days after bullets struck his body at the University Medical Center.

 

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“Thug life, y’all know the rules, Gotta do what’cha gotta do” #2PAC #Tupac #THUGLIFE

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However, filmmaker Rick Boss, who has ties to Pac’s family and friends, claims that the iconic rapper actually never died in Vegas and that he simply escaped to New Mexico and earned top-notch protection to ensure he could live off the grid.

“This movie is about Tupac actually escaping from the University Medical Center here in Vegas, relocating to New Mexico and getting protection from the Navajo tribe,” Boss said in an interview with KTNV Channel 13.




He continues to state that Shakur knew there would be an attempt on his life, so he strategically planted a body double in Suge Knight’s vehicle before escaping the city by way of a private helicopter, knowing that he would be spotted at a public airport.

 

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“When the pressure’s on, THUG LIFE.” #2PAC #Tupac #THUGLIFE

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“When certain FBI agencies are looking for you, the first thing that they’ll do is block the airport so you can’t travel out, so the best way to escape is through helicopters,” explains Boss.

The newscaster explains that FBI agents are unable to get onto tribal land without the tribal council’s permission, which is apparently why Navajo land in New Mexico made for the ideal spot to live his new life. While many would write this story off as a fictional tale, the filmmaker alleges that the information he’s presenting actually comes from members of Pac’s family.




“This is not fiction,” Boss claims. “This is facts through certain people that I know.” Boss’ father reportedly knew Tupac’s mother and personally, he is associated with Snoop Dogg and other people in Tupac’s direct entourage. Listen to him below :

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