Tupac's guard allegedly faked death to prove rapper's alive, fans react

Tupac's guard allegedly faked death to prove rapper's alive, fans react

- Michael Nice, the former bodyguard of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, insists that he is still alive

- Michael claims he faked his own death so he could prove that he helped Tupac do it as well

- Fans are not believing Michael's story and most of them think he's just after attention and money

Lesane Parish Crooks, known to his millions of fans as Tupac Shakur, passed away on Friday, September 13, 1996.

He was the victim of a drive-by shooting and although The Sun reported that the killer was revealed to be gang member, Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, many insist the rapper is still alive.

One of those who refuse to let the world believe that Tupac is truly dead is his former bodyguard, Michael Nice.

In fact, Michael says he faked his death just so he could prove he helped the popular muso do the same thing.

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In December last year, it was reported that Michael died just days before he was going to release evidence which would allegedly prove Tupac was still alive.

However, now he's "back from the dead" to tell the world how he helped Tupac pull off the whole thing.

According to him, Tupac wanted to fake his death so he could get away from rappers who were looking to take him out.

However, few people are actually believing Michael's story, Legit.ng noticed.

Here's what some of them said:

Patrick Smith

"He's as good at telling the truth as he is at bodyguarding ffs"

Ian Fowles

"He’s in Elvis Presley's spare room"

Jennelle Grady

"On the list of things that never happened, here are the things that never happened THE MOST."

Daniel Wa*ng

"Sounds like he wanted to get away from his wife."

Zorjan Manazian

"No way he's been in hiding all this time. Unless he's chosen to be the loneliest man in the world, too many people would have seen him and he had nothing to hide from really. Could've just relocated to Europe if he was that scared of a few rappers. Not worth faking a death over lmao"

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Don Tomaso

"Get tha fo*k otha Here , so the millions of dollars the Police Dep , put on the Investigation was of a doll resembling tupac ... the man is dead , let him rest FFS!"

Edward Sweeney

"Just a thought ....so.he was tupacs bodyguard and Tupac got shot dead....doesn't look good fornhos bodyguarding skills......says oh no he didn't die they faked it so I actually didn't f*ck up.....rather self-serving isn't it?"

If you're curious to hear what Michael has to say, check out this video:

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Meanwhile, Legit.ng earlier reported that R. Kelly insisted that he is innocent of a claim of bribery made against him.

He has pleaded not guilty of bribing an official to get a fake identification document for late singer Aaliyah Haughton

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