Entertainment Music Top 10 Post Mortem 2Pac Sightings Share PINTEREST Email Print Madame Tussauds launch the wax figure of Rap star Tupac Shakur exhibited for the first time in London at Madame Tussauds on January 14, 2013 in London, England. Ben Pruchnie/Getty Images Music Rap & Hip Hop Top Picks Basics Rock Music Pop Music Alternative Music Classical Music Country Music Folk Music Rhythm & Blues World Music Punk Music Heavy Metal Jazz Latin Music Oldies Learn More By Henry Adaso Henry Adaso has written about hip-hop since 2005 and founded the award-winning blog The Rap Up. He has written for "Vibe," MTV, Rap Rehab, and more. our editorial process Henry Adaso Updated February 20, 2019 Ever since Tupac Shakur disappeared in 1996, there have been widespread reports of Pac sightings all over the world. Tupac Shakur was shot and killed in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. He died on Sept 13. Shakur was leaving a Mike Tyson fight. A fight broke out. Later that night, he was killed in a drive-by shooting. Since then, conspiracy theories began to flow. Tupac truthers believe he faked his death like his idol, Niccolò Machiavelli. But there's no historical evidence that Niccolo did such a thing. Whatever the case, people believe Pac is still out there. The CIA even got in on the joke, tweeting: "No, we don't know where Tupac is." No one does, but Pac seems to get around a bit. Some believe that 2Pac resides somewhere in Africa where he holds down a steady gig as a professional goat herder. He's been "spotted" in Cuba. Whether catching a Lil Wayne show in New Orleans or partying in Brazil, Pac’s presence is all around us. 2Pac is the new Big Foot. 01 of 10 2Pac and 50 Cent Here's 2Pac hanging out with 50 Cent. Pac probably appreciates 50's clever violation of grammar laws in his moniker. You can say that's something these two have in common. 02 of 10 2Pac at the BET Awards Pac's old Death Row buddy Snoop Dogg snapped this picture of 2Pac at the BET Awards. Surprisingly, 2Pac didn't seem fazed that his presence had just been snooped out. I wonder if they laughed about the good old times and gossiped about Suge Knight. 03 of 10 2Pac at Celtics vs Warriors This seems odd, but 2Pac and I certainly wouldn't have guessed it, but it turns out Pac may have been a closet Celtics fan. Here he is watching the Celtics play the Warriors. When he popped up on the Jumbotron, the crowd started chanting, "Lets Go Tupac!" 04 of 10 2Pac in New Orleans TMZ spotted 'Pac at a club in New Orleans, where he was probably hoping to run into Lil Wayne. Who knows? Maybe there's a 2Pac and Weezy collaboration in the works. That would be FIRE. 05 of 10 2Pac and Waka Flocka Flame And here's 2Pac kicking it with Waka Flocka Flame. I wonder if Waka Flocka Flame realizes how lucky he is to be posing next to a legend. He probably told Pac about his presidential aspirations. 06 of 10 2Pac and Chillo 2Pac hanging out with Chillo in his "Amsterdam to L.A." music video. You're probably shaking your head, but I will have you know that Chillo confirmed the cameo himself. He said: "It is 2pac but I cannot say more …sorry." Proper troll. 07 of 10 2Pac and Snoop Dogg Tupac and Snoop Dogg again, this time at the world famous Madam Tussauds. I gather that 2Pac was bummed when he found out that Madam Tussauds isn't an adult entertainment club. 08 of 10 2Pac Watching Soccer in Brazil This is 2Pac watching a Brazil match. Who know he was such a huge soccer aficionado. I'd like to hear his take on the FIFA corruption scandal. 09 of 10 2Pac and 50 Cent This is the second time 2Pac has posed with 50 Cent. Maybe 50 is the new 2Pac. 10 of 10 2Pac and Outlawz Behold a camera-shy 2Pac hanging out with his crew Outlawz. If you look closely, you'll also notice Big Foot in the background.