Is Tupac Alive? Suge Knight is Convinced …

Suge Knight, music mogul and certified OG, continues to espouse the popular conspiracy theory that his late friend Tupac Shakur is …

… well, not late. ‘Pac is among the living!

This is not the first time the former infamous Death Row Records honcho has said that Tupac is alive. Nor will it be the last, we’re guessing.

Even though he personally witnessed the rap legend’s murder with his own eyes in 1996, he’s still not convinced that Shakur is deceased.

In the forthcoming special Who Shot Biggie & Tupac, Knight discusses this topic of never-ending fascination – and explains his reasoning.

“When Pac died… if he really did, you know,” Suge, who is awaiting sentencing for an unrelated murder, said via telephone from jail.

“I mean when I left that hospital, me and Pac was laughing and joking. So I don’t see how someone can turn from doing well to doing bad.”

Really? That’s his reasoning?

A shooting victim taking a turn for the worse doesn’t strike us as that hard to believe (nor are what we’re told were Tupac’s last words).

Although the documentary’s interviewers were not buying Suge’s theory for this reason, he assures us that there is a strong possibility.

Is it really possible, though?

Could 2Pac have faked his death and/or disappeared without a trace and somehow still be alive to this day, over two decades later?

“I’m gonna tell you with Pac, you never know,” Knight says, unconvincingly, though Suge’s involvement in the case certainly is intriguing.

On September 7, 1996, 14 shots were fired at a car, six of which hit Tupac; Suge was driving at the time, and both men somehow survived.

Six days after the fact, on September 13, Tupac passed away at the age of 25 due to the injuries he sustained in the drive-by shooting.

The case has never been closed.

Earlier this year, Suge issued an affidavit in which he claimed the culprits behind the shooting were actually targeting him and not ‘Pac.

Suge says he has known for years “that [ex-Death Row Records security chief] Reggie Wright Jr. and his ex-wife Sharitha” were behind it.

This was done as a plot to gain control over the record company, he alleges, while an LAPD insider recently provided a different theory.

Unreported in the initial investigation, the source says, was that Tupac was heavily indebted to Knight, and that set off a chain of events.

“[Shakur] wanted to get out of jail,” says the insider.

“He basically signed his life away to Suge [Knight, as Death Row kingpin]. He didn’t want to do it, but when he does that they own him.”

Tupac “immediately [became] enemies with the Crips” due to Suge’s links to the LA gang Mob Piru, which was “built off of Death Row.”

This insider doesn’t go into too much more detail, but another theory involves Suge’s wife Sharitha Golden of murdering Tupac personally.

Golden has denied that allegation.

The only thing we can say with certainty is that the intense interest in 2Pac’s life after death continues unabated, and may outlive us all.


Jordan Cashmyer: 16 and Pregnant Star Is Still Alive, No Longer on Drugs

If you were a fan of 16 and Pregnant, the MTV reality series that launched the Teen Mom franchise, then you may remember the name Jordan Cashmyer.

Cashmyer starred in the show’s fifth season, and while she was never cast on any of the popular spinoff series that followed, recent months have seen a renewal of interest in her troubled life.

Reports that Cashmyer was addicted to drugs and working as a prostitute began to circulate back in July.

In response to news that she was working as an escort, Cashmyer’s family reported that they were not surprised, as Jordan’s substance abuse had driven her to take desperate measures.

“She has been living on the streets,” a relative who preferred to remain anonymous told Radar Online at the time.

“She calls her father to let him know she’s alive,” the source added.

“Her father put her in rehab, but she never completes the programs. Once the withdrawals kick in she leaves on her own.”

When the story first broke, Jordan remained silent, and many fans feared the worst.

Now, however, the 22-year-old has broken her silence to claim that all is well, and that she is no longer addicted to drugs or working as an escort.

“A lot of people are confused on what’s been going on in my life,” Jordan tweeted yesterday.

“Not that it is majority of anyone’s business, I just want to clear some things up for the sake of my family and those who were truly concerned.”

Jordan added that while she has experienced some hard times in recent years, some of the reports of her abject state were greatly exaggerated.

“I was NEVER missing, the people who posted that were people who ONLY did that for their own benefit,” she wrote.

“My father and mother (stepmom so no one is confused) were in contact with me and have been part of my recovery everyday.”

Jordan, who currently has no contact with her daughter, Evie, says she’s currently focused on re-entering the child’s life.

“I am currently working on myself and my recovery, and am actually very happy with my life right now,” Jordan continued.

“There is one thing missing and that will come over time….my baby girl and a good coparenting relationship with her father.”

It sounds like Jordan’s life is on the upswing, but the above photo, which shows her with the much older man she says is her boyfriend, has many fans concerned.

We’ll keep you updated on this story as more information becomes available.