Despite the fact Tupac Shakur has been gone for over 15 years, new reports claim a sex tape featuring the late hip-hop star has now surfaced.
Details on the footage’s content claim Pac is receiving oral sex while performing.
A five-minute sex tape showing Tupac receiving oral sex while rapping and dancing has surfaced … and TMZ has seen it. The tape, shot in 1991, begins with a bunch of groupies in a living room during a house party. Tupac walks into the room with his pants down to his ankles, his shirt off … sporting several chains. Tupac — whose head is shaved — pulls one of the women toward him, and she begins performing oral sex. As she does her thing, an unreleased song of Tupac’s is playing in the background, as Tupac is singing along and dancing, wiggling his hips. (TMZ)
The clip also reportedly features Digital Underground’s Money B.
As the woman services Tupac, who’s holding a cocktail in one hand and a blunt in another, Money B from Digital Underground walks over to him. Tupac puts his cocktail arm around his boy Money B, continues singing and dancing … and the woman never stops doing her thing down there. As the tape ends it appears “he’s ready to begin sexual intercourse” (use your imagination there) with the lucky lady. But we do not get to see that. (The Hollywood Gossip)
A few years ago, an alleged sex tape featuring the late rocker Jimi Hendrix was available online.
In a twist on the recent string of sex tapes of Hollywood’s young stars, Vivid Entertainment plans to release what it says is a film from the vaults of classic rock: a sex film supposedly of Jimi Hendrix. The film shows a naked man who resembles Hendrix, the guitar legend who died in 1970, wearing a bandanna in his Afro, having sex with two brunettes in a dimly lighted bedroom. His full face appears on screen for only a few seconds, with his eyes closed. In other portions there are flashes of his profile. But his hands, bedecked with rings, roam large on the screen at times. The film has no audio. (The New York Times)
In May, PBS (Public Broadcasting Service) had online hackers break into its system and create a fabricated story claiming Tupac was still alive.
PBS officials say hackers have cracked the network’s website, posting a phony story claiming dead rapper Tupac Shakur was alive in New Zealand, and a group that claimed responsibility for the hacking complained about a recent “Frontline” investigative news program on WikiLeaks. PBS confirmed early Monday morning on its official Twitter account that the website had been hacked. The phony story had been taken down as of Monday morning. It had been posted on the site of the “PBS NewsHour” program, which is produced by WETA-TV in Arlington, Va. (Times Union)
Check out a past Tupac Shakur interview below: