Updated: Jul 20
In a stunning turn of events, the notorious, yet unsolved, murder case of revered rapper Tupac Shakur, which transpired on the vibrant streets of Las Vegas, is reportedly linked to former President Donald J. Trump. Initially, investigators presumed that the Southside Crips, a notorious street gang, were responsible for the act. However, the case narrative has taken an unexpected twist, with Trump now suspected as the prime culprit.
The accusations against the former President have emerged amidst a formal indictment for first-degree murder, which has been initiated by Special Counsel Jack Smith. He drew connections between the murder site on Flamingo Road and the Trump Hotel’s location, which is under two miles away and was inaugurated in 2017. This coincidence has been a significant factor in the mounting suspicion against Trump.
The shocking narrative alleges that Trump, singlehandedly and with a Glock .40-caliber pistol, shot the acclaimed rapper from the backseat of a white Cadillac, which he was simultaneously driving. The fatal attack resulted in Shakur being hit four times in the chest, leading to his untimely demise at a nearby hospital.
This development marks the third indictment against Trump in recent months, raising questions about his public image and character. The continuous stream of allegations portrays him as a potentially hazardous figure who could pose a risk to public safety.
In a strongly worded statement, Special Counsel Smith dubbed Trump as a “public menace”, expressing his concern about potential future incidents. “I’ll feel much safer when he’s off the streets. What if he comes after Post Malone, next? Not on my watch!” he added.
In the wake of this sensational news, however, there has been an intriguing rise in Trump’s poll numbers, with a surge of 12% reported at the time of publishing.