Floyd Mayweather Claims to Have Witnessed Tupac’s Death

Afaf Fahchouch
Afaf Fahchouch
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Former heavyweight boxing champion Floyd Mayweather has come forward to claim that he personally witnessed the death of iconic American rapper Tupac Shakur. The claim comes as new footage has emerged, showing moments before Tupac’s tragic end.

In the footage, reportedly from 2014, Mayweather explains that he was staying across the road from where the rapper was gunned down in Las Vegas back in September 1996. Tupac was fatally shot while riding as a passenger in a BMW, succumbing to his injuries six days later.

The murder of Tupac Shakur has been one of the most enduring mysteries in the music industry. Investigations have spanned decades, yet no resolution has been reached. Mayweather’s recent claim adds an unexpected twist to the case.

Mayweather points out the exact location where Tupac was shot, providing details about the car’s movements during the tragic incident. This revelation has left many shocked and wondering about the untold secrets surrounding the rapper’s death.

In addition to Mayweather’s claim, recently released footage from The Walter J. Brown Media Archives shows Tupac Shakur engaged in conversation with a crowd on a sidewalk shortly before he was shot. The footage offers a rare glimpse into the moments leading up to the rapper’s untimely demise. As the investigation continues, these new revelations may bring us closer to finally uncovering the truth behind the murder of one of hip-hop’s most beloved and influential artists.

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