TUPAC Shakur is alive and the subject of a newly-emerged photo showing a man playing with three young boys, conspiracy theorists have claimed.
The rapper died after being shot four times in Las Vegas in 1996, and rumours of possible sightings have rarely ceased since.
The recent image shows a man around the age Tupac, who was 25 when he died, would be had he lived.
He is also bald and has a similarly-shaped face and beard to the late star.
The picture was publicised by Youtube channel Wired Up TV, which describes itself as "the most talked-about Tupac Alive channel in the world".
Host Danny says of the image: “See this picture right here.
“This picture’s going to have the whole internet talking, my people.
“This is a picture of Tupac right now.
“You see him playing with kids.
“Whose kids are they? We still haven’t got to into that detail.
“We’re still talking, we’re still calling people.
“But a lot of people think that is Mr Tupac Amaru Shakur.”
The channel also says: "We will be the first... to find out the truth about Tupac, and find him wherever he is no matter what it takes."
Other claims surrounding Tupac's death include one made by British bodyguard Michael Nice, who claims he helped smuggle the singer out of Las Vegas in the wake of the fatal shooting.
He says he says he was part of a security team employed by the Black Panthers, who had heard Tupac's life was in danger and arranged for him to be smuggled to Cuba.
"Why you think nobody been arrested if they said they the one that killed Tupac?" Nice said.
"Because Tupac is not dead. If he was dead, they’d be arresting those dudes for murder.
"You know he’s somewhere smoking a Cuban cigar on an island."
Other theories include that he is living in Somalia with Yaki Kadafi, a fellow rapper and friend who was killed in an accidental shooting two months after Tupac.
A post written by a man name Suldaan Mehdi read: "I’ve seen Tupac and Kadafi way after their sad deaths – in Somalia."
"I’ve seen them both alive.
"I was in a car and they were heading in the other direction.
"Kadafi was doing some kind of hand signals – he looked kind of funky."
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