Ever since his death in 1996, there have been theories that Tupac Shakur is actually alive and well, or hiding out in Cuba.
Most of the claims of people spotting the star, or him being pictured, have turned out to be doctored photos or lookalikes but now a YouTube video has emerged that claims to PROVE Tupac has been with us all along.
The video, which has more than 1.3 million views, includes a selfie of a man wearing a bandanna who bears an uncanny resemblance to the fallen hip hop star. It is claimed the man is "Tupac guys 100% same eyebrows and lips".
The subtitles in the video state the photo is a "selfie" taken in 2015 on a phone "made in 2011" – 11 years after his death. It does not say where the selfie was sourced.
The YouTube channel behind the video, does stress it is "not 100% he is alive but I want to share my view".
Last year, a retired police officer claimed he was paid $1.5million to help the star fake his own death .
David Myers, who was on his deathbed at the time, said: "The world needs to know what I did. I'm ashamed that I let a price be put on my word and I cannot die without letting the world know.”
Over 30 people were reportedly paid to help fake his death including police, medics and various witnesses.