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Boosie Badazz Says If Tupac Was Alive He Would Have Called Him!

The holidays have come and gone, but something still remains. Tupac alive theories and debates whether he is dead or alive. This time from one of Boosie Badazz’s kid.

Hip Hop artist Boosie Badazz explains to his kids on Christmas Eve why his favorite artist of all time Tupac Amaru Shakur is not alive.

Boosie Christmas Eve celebration can be seen via his official Instagram account on IG TV. Aside from having a good time with his kids, friends and family, Boosie quickly shuts down the thought of Tupac still alive.

Boosie Badazz Says If Tupac Was Alive He Would Have Called Him!
Tupac’s last photo taken by Leonard Jefferson

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After hearing one of his kids say that Tupac is still alive and hiding in another country, Boosie was quick to give his reasons why he thinks different. “If ‘Pac was alive he would have saw me by now. Reppin’ his name like that,” explains Boosie. “You think ‘Pac wouldn’t have called me by now. ‘Who that f*** is you BooPac?'”

Tupac alive in Malaysia?

“‘Pac would have been called my f***ing phone checking in,” says Boosie Badazz. “‘Pac ain’t in no f***ing Malaysia.”

For those who don’t remember, it was Suge Knight‘s son, Suge J Knight who said Tupac was alive and living in Malaysia.

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On October 2, 2018 Suge Knight Jr via his Instagram account @sugejknight let the world know that Tupac is alive and living in Malaysia. He would also go on to post photos of Tupac with 50 Cent and BeyoncĂ© which were clearly photoshopped.

Knight would clarify those comments when he appeared on The Dinner Club radio show.

Back in 2015 Boosie released a single and music video for “Letter 2 Pac”, a tribute to his favorite rapper of all time. “Say ‘pac / I be going through it, just like you / Police hate me, government officials / They hate me too / People compare me to you, but I never asked for that glory / But I do feel like we one of a kind, with similar stories,” spits Boosie.

Two years later, Boosie Badazz released the inspired Tupac album titled ‘BooPac’.


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