Wednesday, October 5, 2011
Tupac’s Sex Tape Ressurects Years After Death
A five minutes video purported to be a sex tape featuring late rapper Tupac Shakur has suddenly sprung up from the blues 15 years after his death. The video said to be filmed in 1991, reportedly showed the late rapper engaged in a sex act with a female fan, according to TMZ. The footage was allegedly filmed during a house party and also sees Shakur with a cocktail in one hand and what is thought to be a weed in the other. At the same time as getting the sexual attention of the woman, Shakur is also engaged in conversation with Money B from rap group Digital Underground. TMZ claims that the person who possesses the tape is planning to release it.
Last September marked the 15 year anniversary of rapper Shakur’s death, and the rapper has been the subject of several rumours since.
Members of the hip-hop group Outlawz recently claimed to have smoked his ashes.
Back in June this year, a convicted murderer claimed he was behind the shooting of Shakur, which sparked a deadly feud resulting in the rapper’s death.
The shooting of Shakur outside a Manhattan studio in 1994 started the notorious hip hop war between the east and west sides of America.
It led to the eventual deaths of Shakur and his rival rapper Christopher ‘Notorious B.I.G’ Wallace, also known as Biggie.
Both of the murders, which took place in separate incidents, remain unsolved.
The claims over the 1994 shooting were made in an online posting by Dexter Isaac, 46.
He alleged that he was paid by hip hop mogul James ‘Jimmy Henceman’ Rosemond, who is the head of Czar Entertainment and manager of former boxer Mike Tyson, to rob Shakur outside the Quad Studio.
Shakur, who has sold more than 75 million albums worldwide, suffered gunshot wounds but eventually recovered.
He was killed two year’s later following a drive-by shooting, an incident which rocked the music industry and Shakur’s millions of fans around the world.
Posted by Eddy Ogbunambala at 2:29 PM