Tupac Shakur allegedly died on September 13, 1996 at the age of 25. I think he faked his death.
His parents were in the Black Panther Party in the 1960s, which was a 1960s black radical/socialist group that was most likely filled with agents. He also has other family that was in the Black Panthers Party too.
It looks to me like the Black Panthers were started by intelligence agencies and controlled from the start. There were probably some real people, but mostly agents and agent provocateurs. Why would there be a grassroots movement that wants socialism like the Black Panthers? The powers that be want socialism.
I think Tupac's parents were planted agents within the Black Panthers and Tupac comes from a family with connections to intelligence.
Tupac is also listed as an actor in addition to being a rapper.
Tupac happened to be releasing a new album right after he allegedly died called The Don Killuminati: The 7 Day Theory. It was just a coincidence as Coincidence Theorist would say. The album cover has Tupac on the cross like Jesus Christ:
Also the album’s sleeve contains the text Exit 2Pac, Enter Makaveli, which was to be Tupac's new "stage" name. Niccolò Machiavelli was an Italian war strategist and philosopher who wrote about faking his death to fool his enemies. It was said Tupac had been reading Machiavelli while he was allegedly in prison. The album cover is supposed to be an attempt to convey his crucifixion by the media and imply an artistic resurrection to come.
He was crucified in the media because the media told us he died even though he didn't. He was resurrected as in he is still alive but he "died" in the fake reality/fake persona that was given to us.
Death/Rebirth is heavily symbolic in Freemasonry.
The album was originally due for release in March 1997, but due to his death, Suge Knight of Death Row Records decided to release it four months earlier. Yeah better release it after Tupac's death than delay record sales.
Obviously this is a music industry trick. To have the death faked and then release the album and sales go through the roof.
Tupac Shakur was also part of the East-Coast West-Coast feud going on in rap. A fake feud to hype up hip hop music.