Everybody loves Malaysia.
Despite the traffic jams, the yearly haze attack and the annoying potholes on the road, Malaysia is actually a pretty nice place to stay.
The food, the people and the natural disaster-free living; many foreigners are happy to call Malaysia home.
And if a recent conspiracy theory is to be believed, even rap superstar Tupac Shakur
loves staying here - despite being dead for more than 20 years ago.
A little history lesson
On 7 September 1996, Tupac was on his way back after watching a Mike Tyson boxing match at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas.
While he was waiting for the traffic lights, a white Cadillac reportedly pulled up next to the BMW Tupac was in and opened fire.
Tupac was hit four times and was rushed to the University Medical Center, but he died
six days later due to respiratory failure.
More than 20 years have passed since Tupac was pronounced dead, but rumours and conspiracy theories about how Tupac survived the shooting and fled to a foreign country to hide from the spotlight remained rampant.
There were reportedly sightings of Tupac in Cuba and in Somalia in the early 2000s, but ever since, things have been quiet on the Tupac front - until this week.
The Malaysian connection
Suge J. Knight, the son of Death Row Records co-founder Marion “Suge” Knight, re-ignited the conspiracy theory after he posted up several bizarre photos on his Instagram page on Wednesday.
In his first Instagram post, he posted a picture with three words:
After that, he followed up with a picture of a chat between him and a stranger who said: 'You said to(o) much':
Then, he posted a couple of pictures of Tupac posing with fellow rapper 50 Cent and singer Beyoncé to try and convince us that he's alive and he's posing for photos with our favourite celebs:
He then directed his followers to his Instagram Stories, where he claimed that Tupac is now living in Malaysia
However, he did not mention where exactly in Malaysia Tupac is staying though, but if we were to take a guess, we would say Penang because the food there is amazing!
He ended his bizarre 'exposé' by saying he's not on drugs and that he's safe:
What do Malaysians think?
Well, you don't really expect Malaysians to fall for something like that, do you?
Tupac, if you're reading this, hit us up, please; we know a really good nasi lemak
place we can bring you to.