A gamer’s Fortnite video has become a viral sensation after Twitter spotted his startling similarities to rapper Tupac Shakur – with some joking it’s him.
The Hit Me Up superstar was fatally shot in a drive-by shooting in 1996 but, despite the clear evidence of his death, conspiracy theorists have long-claimed he may still be alive.
Gamer ChefShabba has now inadvertently fuelled the hilariously crazy conspiracy theory after posting a Fortnite video and asking his fans to caption it.
The clip shows Shabba's character storming a building on the game, with another screen showing him playing the game.
He is donning the iconic red head bandana of the rapper and also has a similar beard.
More than 47,000 people have seen the clip and the vast majority of comments centred around how similar he looked to Tupac.
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“Tupac really resurrected to come play Fortnite,” one joked.
Another added: “Tupac out here alive playing Fortnite.”
A third commented: “Ah so this is where Tupac went.”
And others admitted: “Tupac ain’t dead.”
It appears ChefShabba plays on his similarities to the rapper, with him posting various videos on his Twitter showing how other gamers think he looks like him as well.
In his bio, he also claims to be from Cuba – a popular spot for supposed “sightings” of the dead rapper.
Fans also spotted the location, with one adding: “Location is Cuba…Tupac confirmed.”
While Shabba is, quite clearly, not Tupac, many have tried to disprove official reports on the rap icon's death for years.
One sticking point for conspiracy theorists is that no one has ever been charged for his murder.
Another theory points out the differences in height and weight of the rapper from his driving license to his autopsy report.
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