American rapper Tupac Shakur was murdered in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Nevada, US, on September 13, 1996.
But conspiracy theories have circulated ever since wildly claiming that the Hit Em Up star survived the shooting and went into hiding.
Various supposed sightings of the legendary rapper, as well as mysterious prison records, have all been used as “evidence” of a cover-up.
Only weeks ago, a man matching Tupac’s description was found in prison records.
And a fresh photo has recently remerged adding further fuel to the bizarre fire.
YouTube channel WiredUp TV uploaded a photo yesterday, claiming to show Tupac 2006 music video Amsterdam to LA, by Dutch artist Chilo.
In the video, Danny, the narrator says: “Look at the guy next to the gentleman with the face furthest to us, the guy smoking a cigarette, that’s Tupac Shakur.
“We have just got confirmation.”
Despite the image being low-quality, the man in the photo bears similarities to the rapper.
He appears to be bald and has the same shaped moustache as the singer did.
Later in the clip, Danny leads on to claim that Tupac has appeared in multiple videos since his death.
“Not a lot of people can get the 100% confirmation but your boy WiredUp can,” he said.
Since being uploaded, some 5,000 people have viewed the clip.
One person said: “Tupac lives. Mad respect bro keep bringing the goods.”
A second said: “This is real.”
Many others claimed the singer bears great similarities to Kasinova Tha Don.
But a non-believer added: “You are a joke stop living off Tupac, this is an old pic.”
Last week, the conspiracist claimed to have interview audio of the rapper recorded in the 2000s.