14 February 2020 18:43

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New documentary claims Tupac Shakur faked his death and moved to New Mexico

An American filmmaker Rick Boss has made a documentary titled 'The Great Escape From UMC' that debunks rumors that Hip Hop legend Tupac is dead. According to a report by KTNV, Tupac did not die at the University Medical Center in Las Vegas after he sustained gunshot wounds with a bullet pierced through his lungs. Rick Boss in his latest documentary hinted that Tupac absconded to New Mexico where he is under the protection of the Native American Navajo tribe, ABC affiliate. This movie is about Tupac actually escaping from University Medical Center here in Vegas and relocating to New Mexico," he told KTNV. Tupac was reported dead on September 13, 1996 where he was shot by some unknown assailants in his car at a traffic light when he and his friend attended a Bruce Seldon vs Mike Tyson fight.

Look no further to his upcoming movie 2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC. The picture outlines a very deep plot that alleges instead of dying from multiple gunshots Shakur was actually secretly flown out of the University Medical Center by helicopter. Boss claims he was privately shuttled out to New Mexico to be hosted by a local Navajo tribe due to the fact that the law can't enter their holy land without prior permission. While this theory might easily be the jig of the year Boss states that the plot comes from insider information. This is facts through certain people I know," Boss told KTNV.

"Let's just say Mr. Shakur — the family is aware of the movie and they're okay with the title so that should tell you more or less what's going on". 2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC is still in production and is slated for a 2021 release. It should be noted that the actor who is playing Tupac, who appears to be ten times lighter than the "Dear Mama" rapper by the way, does not think Shakur is alive. Since his death in 1996, Tupac Shakur's legacy has been swirling with rumors that he's alive and well in Jamaica, Cuba, in witness protection, or—as a new documentary suggests—hanging out well within US borders, in New Mexico. In his new film 2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC, filmmaker Rick Boss (not to be confused with rapper Rick Ross) dramatizes exactly how Shakur was supposedly removed from the University Medical Center in Las Vegas, where he was taken after being shot four times by an unknown assailant on Las Vegas Boulevard on September 7, 1996.

While it's long been officially reported that Shakur died six days after the shooting (and that some of his cremated remains were rolled into a joint and smoked by members of Shakur's rap group the Outlawz) Boss alleges Shakur escaped the hospital and was taken to a Navajo reservation in New Mexico, where he resides under protection to this day. Boss claims Shakur was aware of a planned hit when he arrived in Las Vegas, which gave him time to plant a body double in Death Row Records' former boss Suge Knight's car. This information, Boss claims, comes from people within Shakur's close circle, including family and friends. "Let's just say Mr. Shakur—the family is aware of the movie and they're okay with the title so that should tell you more or less what's going on," Boss told Las Vegas TV station KTNV. Conspiracy theories surrounding Shakur's death have been discussed for years.

It's been theorized that the rapper is living in Cuba, and some photos and video have surfaced online allegedly showing the rapper in the wild. Knight himself claimed Shakur walked out of the hospital and suggested he could still be alive during an interview with Ice-T and journalist Soledad O'Brien for the special Who Shot Biggie & Tupac? "You can write a fiction. This is facts through certain people I know," Boss said. While these allegations could endanger Shakur's safety if he is, indeed, living peacefully in New Mexico, Boss assured his film would place no real threat to the rapper because FBI agents can't enter tribal land without permission from the tribal council. 2Pac: The Great Escape from UMC is expected to be released in early 2021. The conspiracy theories associated with Tupac Shakur continue decades after the rapper's untimely death. In a new movie called 2Pac: The Great Escape From UMC, the filmmaker, Rick Boss, claims that Shakur is still living, according to KTNV. The film suggests that Shakur spent six days at the University Medical Center in Las Vegas after he was the victim of a drive-by shooting on the Las Vegas strip. At some point during his hospital stay, Boss says that Shakur managed to escape the medical facility undetected. The filmmaker says that Shakur somehow discovered there was a plot to assassinate him before he attended the Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand on Sept. After the casino fight and shooting, Boss believes that 2 Pac used the incident as a way to plan his escape. In the film, Boss will attempt to reveal how Shakur escaped Las Vegas via helicopter to evade the F.B.I. The film will also claim that the rapper, 25 at the time, landed in New Mexico and found a haven with the Navajo tribe. Boss expects to release the film in 2021. According to the Las Vegas Sun, four bullets struck Shakur on Sept.