The day before, he posted a screenshot of a headline saying that Tupac’s estate was planning to release new albums on behalf of the legendary rapper after settling a lawsuit. “Man if they have PAC talk about Kanye or Trump something ain’t right lol,” he said.
He even went so far as to post terribly photoshopped photos of Tupac with Beyoncé, 50 Cent and Kanye West. “He never left us. They’ll be after me soon smh. For y’all tho,” he wrote in the caption on one.
And for those worrying about Knight Jr’s safety, he has a message for y’all. “I’m safe and just know it was self defense. #killuminati,” he says. “Just know. They been tryna destroy powerful names and legacies. I saw what I saw and they saw me.”
Tupac died on September 13th, 1996 after he was shot six times in Las Vegas the week before. More than two decades later, there still have been no arrests in Pac’s murder and the case is still considered to be an open investigation.