Suge Jacob Knight, the son of Death Row Records boss Suge Knight, made headlines last week when he claimed to have video footage of the rap legend in Malaysia.
And now he continues to add fuel to the fire.
The CEO of OverKnight Entertainment has taken to Instagram once again to expose the apparent hiding spot of the Hit Em Up rapper.
“I pray for your safety after exposing this”
He shared a video from the Batu Caves, in Malaysia, claiming this is the true location Tupac chose to settle in after fleeing the US.
Suge wrote: “From my source – Pac was last seen in a cave here. I’ll update some more.”
And it has racked up almost 500,000 hits in a number of days.
“People need to open their eyes to the truth,” one viewer claimed.
Another added: “I pray for your safety after exposing this.”
But others were not so convinced, questioning why the rapper would choose to hide out in the caves of a tourist attraction.
One even joked: “Maybe he’s in there with Elvis and Bin Laden.”
It is not the first time theories have surfaced over the rappers apparent whereabouts, though.
Last month, the private jet that “smuggled” him out of the country was revealed.
Then days later, details of his alleged escape route from the US to Cuba then emerged.
And earlier this year, claims surfaced that he could even be living in Somalia.
He added the rapper’s wounds were so bad he would not have been physically able to escape abroad – even if he had survived.
Caroll said: “He is absolutely positively dead.
“I know he means a lot to people, but the guy is gone and is never coming back.
“Just to clarify when I say gone – I don’t mean gone abroad – in case conspiracy theorists misconstrue that line.
“I mean he is dead. He had multiple gun shot wounds on his body. There were large calibre wounds to his torso and vital organs.”
Tupac was shot outside a nightclub in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996.
The shooting was an act of gang retaliation, a Los Angeles Police department source told People last year.
The record boss’ links to the Mob Piro gang made Knight a target for rival gang Compton Crips.
And it is believed Tupac was with Crips member Orlando Anderson in Las Vegas hours before he was shot.
The source recalled: “It was simple retaliation: You mess with one of ours, we will mess with one of yours. If Orlando had never been jumped in the hotel, they never would have killed Tupac that night.”
Retired Las Vegas Police sergeant Chris Carroll was the first officer on the scene of Tupac’s shooting and said his body fell out of the car “like he was leaning against the door”.
“I grabbed him with my left arm, and he falls into me,” he told Vegas Seven.
“He’s covered with blood, and I immediately notice that the guy’s got a ton of gold on – a necklace and other jewellery – and all of the gold is covered in blood. I didn’t realise that this is Tupac Shakur.”
Tupac, 25 at the time, was shot four times – twice in the chest, once in the arm and once in the thigh – as he pulled up outside Las Vegas’ Club 662 in a black BMW owned by Suge Knight.
Despite being placed in a drug-induced coma, he died from internal bleeding in hospital six days later.
No arrest has ever been made in connection with his murder.
To this day, the case remains open.