Tupac Shakur: Alive!? New Selfie Sparks Rumors
Afeni Shakur Dies; Mother of Rapper Tupac Was 69
Afeni Shakur, the mother of the late rapper Tupac Shakur has passed away at the age of 69.
50 Cent: Diddy Paid to Have Tupac Killed!
Dying Cop: Tupac is Alive! I Took Bribe to Help Fake Death!
Tupac Shakur faked his death and is quite possibly alive to this day ... says a retired police officer who claims he helped facilitate this ruse!
And got paid handsomely for it, no less!
Eminem Penned Letter, Drawing For Tupac's Mom!
Eminem hasn’t exactly made a career out of being a nice guy.
This has been true since he burst on the scene in 1999 to the present day, when you can hear Eminem rapping about punching Lana del Rey.
Ray J Honors Tupac Shakur, Dances with Hologram
Tupac Shakur Birthday Tribute: Remembering an All-Time Great
Suge Knight Won't Allow Doctors to Remove "Tupac Bullet"
As you may have heard, Suge Knight was arrested for murder back in Janurary, following a hit-and-run incident that left one man dead and another severely wounded.
Naturally, that's not the first time that the hip hop mogul was on the scene of some brutal violence. Suge was shot six times just last summer at a party hosted by Chris Brown.
Madonna: Tupac Made Me Swear at David Letterman!
Say what you will about Madonna - she somehow manages to stay relevant decades past the point at which most bubbly blonde pop stars dry up and blow away in the wind.
Madge has a new album to promote, so she's been in the public eye more usual lately, and her press tour included a stop by Howard Stern's Sirius radio show for an interview that's got the celebrity gossip world buzzing.
23 Shocking Celebrity Deaths: Gone, But Never Forgotten
The death of Robin Williams shocked fans the world this week, but sadly, he is but one of many stars to have passed away many years too soon.
For all the joy he brought to millions of lives, the actor battled substance abuse and severe depression at various points in a life cut short by his own choice.
CIA Does Not Know Tupac Whereabouts, Will Not Follow Ellen Back or Send Your Password
Someone over at the Central Intelligence Agency is having way too much fun with the official CIA Twitter account, which turned one month old Monday.
The government agency posted responses to "five burning questions" that have been lobbed its way since it joined Twitter and started being bombarded.