Retired Police Officer Claims He Was Paid To Help 2Pac Fake His Death

David Myers, a retired police officer currently hospitalized and in critical medical condition, has a lot more on his mind than his less than favorable health.

According to The Mirror, Myers says he was paid $1.5 million to help the California rapper fake his own death.

He also said Suge Knight was heavily involved in executing the plan, as well as 30 other people who assisted including police, medics and various witnesses.

And if it doesn’t get any more bizzare, Myers claims ‘Pac paid $50,000 for a body to be taken to the morgue.

now that Myers fears that the end of his own life is nearing, he’s confessing.

“The world needs to know what I did. I’m ashamed that I let a price be put on my word and I cannot die without letting the world know.”

As if the claims of his own “wrongdoing” weren’t enough, Myers claims that he was in cahoots with Suge Knight, who himself has publicly claimed that Pac is still alive.

The story itself is pretty crazy, especially when one of earliest sites to report Myers’ claims used a fake photo of him on his deathbed. The plot thickens.

However despite the amount of attention this story has received, there appears to be nothing to it whatsoever.

Despite being covered by many media outlets, it appears they all derived their source from DailyMediaBuzz or one another.

The problem being is that DailyMediaBuzz is a fake news website created in 2015 with plenty of nonsense to their name, including a story about Stevie Wonder just realising he was black and YouTube being down for 3 weeks for maintenance.


And of course the same is true for this article. The man in hospital identified by DailyMediaBuzz as officer David Myers is really Walter Williams who passed away in Mississippi and has nothing to do with Tupac Shakur.

Tupac Shakur, or 2Pac as he was known on stage, died after he was hit in a drive-by shooting back in 1996 when he was just 25.

Tupac Shakur has sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time.


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