Snoop Dogg's shocking confession about 2Pac

Snoop Dogg recently talked about how he fainted after seeing his former colleague and great friend Tupac after the horrific shooting in Las Vegas...

May 30, 2022 - 07:52
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Snoop Dogg's shocking confession about 2Pac

Snoop Dogg recently talked about how he fainted after seeing his former colleague and great friend Tupac after the horrific shooting in Las Vegas in 1996, fighting for his life. As he was wounded before, the rapper was sure that he would get out this time as well. However, the scene that "waited" for him in the hospital - was extremely difficult for him.

I talked to Suge (Knight, who was also injured at the time). His whole head was in bandages, and he was talking about what had happened. He repeated that Pac will be okay, he will surely get away with it. He had been shot nine times before. But when I saw him in the hospital ... Everything was clear to me”- he opened his soul in the podcast "Impaulsive", a few weeks before the day when the late rapper would celebrate his 51st birthday.

All those pipes ... As soon as I entered the room, I knew that he was not there, that it was no longer him, and I fainted. His mother picked me up and took me to the bathroom. She told me I had to stay strong. She said: ‘My son has never seen you weak, so I don't want you to be like that in front of him. Take care of yourself and go to him, tell him things, tell him how you feel. He loves you’ “- he revealed. Then, she left him alone next to Tupac. “I knew that this was our last ... conversation” - he concluded in a shocking confession.

Famous American rapper Tupac Amaru Shakur or 2Pac passed away on September 13, 1996, 26 years ago, after he was shot in Las Vegas. Even today, not everyone believes that the rapper really died. For more than two decades, various conspiracy theories have been spreading around the world, claiming that he is actually alive.

Last year, Detective Greg Kading, who worked on the case, shared some unknown details about the rapper's death, including the name of the killer. A man named Orlando Baby Anderson allegedly killed Tupac in revenge in 1996, after he was beaten by members of the rapper's gang. Orlando himself was killed two years later in a gang shooting, denying any involvement in the murder until then, and he was never charged.