On social media site Twitter one conspiracy theorist claims he has apparently seen Tupac, alongside well-known friend and founder of Outlawz hip-hop group – Yaki Kadafi, in Somalia, Dailystar.co.uk reports.
In the post, @suldaan_mahdi says: “I’ve seen Tupac and Kadafi way after their said deaths – in Somalia.
“I’ve seen them both alive. I was in a car and they were heading in the other direction.
“Kadafi was doing some kind of hand signals – he looked kind of funky.”
Tupac was shot four times in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada 13 September 1996.
He was rushed to hospital where he died six days later.
Two months after Tupac’s death, Kadafi was found slumped in the 3rd-floor stairwell of an apartment building in Orange, New Jersey, USA.
Since their deaths there have been a number of conspiracy theories that the two men are alive.
A Twitter thread emerged two days ago that seeked to prove Tupac is still alive and in hiding, using previous quotes from music producer Suge Knight.
The tweets read: “In a 2012 interview with Suge Knight, the man in the car in the last photo of Tupac, he stated that he paid the man who ‘cremated’ Tupac $3 million dollars personally.
“He then goes onto say that after his cremation, he never heard from that guy ever again.
“He also hinted at the fact that Tupac was still alive.
“He questions why the man who committed his murder was never arrested.
“Suge knows of Tupac’s whereabouts.”
The man posting from Twitter, named only as Dan, also believes Notorious B.I.G. is alive and well.
Christopher George Latore Wallace, better known as Biggie Smalls was shot and killed on March 9 1997.
But the theory online states: “In Tupac’s ‘God Bless the Dead,’ he says in the beginning of the song ‘rest in peace to my mother f****** Biggie Smalls.
“Why would he say this if Tupac was supposedly murdered 6 months prior to Biggie Smalls?”
The post then continues to detail that Tupac is hiding somewhere in a foreign country.
He adds: “Suge Knight was interviewed once again in 2014.
“This time he stated that Tupac is alive. He straight up said that he is alive and that he’s ‘out in the islands smoking a Cuban cigar.’”
It comes ahead of the release of a new true crime series, which is due to come out on Tuesday.
It aims to chronicle all the details surrounding the deaths of the two rap icons.
But according to one fan, the show will miss out a key piece of detail concerning the star.
There are conspiracy theories about several dead celebrities still being alive after faking their own deaths, including Elvis and Michael Jackson.
None have ever been proved to be true.