Inmate Demands Access To Tupac’s Estate, Says He Is Reincarnated
Tupac Shakur passed away more than twenty years ago, yet, his influence still dominates the hip-hop scene. Tupac is still revered, and the sorrow of his murder is never-endingly alluring.
Of course, Tupac’s popularity and value attract those who want a piece of the action. Tarnell Leon Jones, a prisoner at Colorado’s San Carlos Correctional Facility, is one example. Jones claims that because he is the late rapper, he is entitled to access to the estate.
He is Tupac Shakur’s reincarnation, according to Jones. Although Jones acknowledged that he does not resemble Tupac and that he is unaware of the rapper’s social security number, he was aware of both Tupac’s birthday and the occasion of his passing.
Some could object that this is information that is readily available online (and they would be correct), but Jones claims that it is proof that he is a reincarnate. Additionally, he stated that if medical professionals conducted some tests, they would discover that he has two blood types and possibly even two hearts. Additionally, he advised the judge to Google his entire name since it is Tupac’s “reincarnation name,” according to him. What this might mean is unclear.
However, a United States District Judge Hector Gonzalez wrote in his dismissal of Jones’ case.
“He also alleges that a backpack containing more than $1 million was ‘robbed’ from him, although he has not specified who took it or where this event occurred,” Gonzalez continued. “[Jones] seeks reimbursement for the medical expenses that he incurred because of these events.”
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