For years, many have speculated about Tupac Shakur coming back to life. Several theories pointed to Tupac coming back in either 2003 or 2010. Those comebacks did not happen, but Dr. Dre assisted in bringing Tupac back to life for Coachella 2012. Tupac Shakur returned and performed “Hail Mary” and “2 of AmeriKKKa’s Most Wanted,” as a hologram.
While the performance was not actually Tupac Shakur coming back to life, it captivated those who speculated about the deceased rapper. Dead for sixteen years and rumors of him still being alive, many were excited about the hologram, which has made national news. Hip hop has been in an uproar since Tupac Shakur returned, especially with rumors of him going on tour.
Wu-Tang Clan’s Raekwon is the latest rapper to discuss Tupac Shakur’s hologram. VIBE.com recently caught up with Raekwon and asked him about the Tupac hologram. Impressed by it, Raekwon began to think of a deceased rapper much closer to him, Ol’ Dirty Bastard. Raekwon said he would love to perform alongside his former partner, via hologram, but only if he had the permission of his mother.