Tupac Is (Probably) Not Alive And Living In New Zealand

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Oh, those hacker kids, getting up to no good on a holiday weekend by reviving the hip-hop generation's own "Elvis Alive And Eating Giant Sandwiches Somewhere Far Away" myth. A hacker collective calling itself (sigh) The Lulz Boat got all up in PBS' web site over the weekend as a protest against the public broadcasting organization's treatment of the forcibly-unclassified-document clearinghouse WikiLeaks, and in addition to hoarding a bunch of usernames and passwords they decided to engage in a little trickery involving the current whereabouts of Tupac Shakur and the Notorious B.I.G.

A screenshot of the hacked page:


And here's the lede, which one hopes set off the bs detectors of any Googlers who happened upon the story:

Prominent rapper Tupac has been found alive and well in a small resort in New Zealand, locals report. The small town - unnamed due to security risks - allegedly housed Tupac and Biggie Smalls (another rapper) for several years. One local, David File, recently passed away, leaving evidence and reports of Tupac's visit in a diary, which he requested be shipped to his family in the United States.

Jeez, kids—if you're going to try and pull off a journalistic masquerade because you're protesting a piece of journalism, you might want to learn AP Style/how to string together a sentence? You know, just to be on equal footing with the people you're criticizing. (Not that their relative lack of English-language competency stopped them from being all self-congratulatory, mind you.)

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Lmao, you call him a dumb ass but he was smart enough to hack into their shit...and the article was clearly affective enough to stir some commotion...so Maura Johnston...u fail..and lol at your "comedy" inside your paragraph...shit was lame..


WOW...This kid needs to go back to school. He used way to many comma's. Plus how could Tupac be alive in New Zeland when he is chilling in my basement...? Riddle me that!? 

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