A CONSPIRACY theorist who was allegedly found dead after claiming Tupac was still alive may have faked the whole thing, according to a fellow truthseeker.

Michael Nice, 56, hit headlines last year for his wild suggestions iconic rapper Tupac Shakur was not six feet under, despite being killed in a drive-by shooting in 1996.

Among his pieces of “evidence” was footage of a private jet that he used to “smuggle” Tupac out of the country and also a picture supposedly showing the rapper in Africa.

But last week, the YouTube channel that Michael worked for, Icini Studios, claimed he had been found dead in a car.

In a video posted online, Michael’s “brother” – Johnny – revealed how he was found slumped at his wheel and even provided a picture appearing to show blood coming from his mouth.

Viewers were split over whether the outspoken YouTuber was actually dead – given how there had been no official proof to back it up.

And now, a fellow conspiracy theorist has come forward with evidence appearing to prove Michael is still alive.

Heathcliff – who declined to give his last name for privacy reasons – runs UFO and alien website Lions Ground.

He recently wrote a feature on the site suggesting Michael’s “evidence” for Tupac being alive was nothing more than fake news.

Taking the “plane” video as an example, Heathcliff pointed out the video showed no evidence to suggest it was anything other than a random plane.

Michael Nice and Tupac

MYSTERY: A Tupac alive conspiracy theorist faked his death, according to a truthseeker (Pic: YOUTUBE_ICINISTUDIOS/GETTY)

After labelling him a “serial hoaxer”, he was sent a Facebook message by the theorist.

But, bizarrely, it was sent on December 24, 2018 – three days after Icini Studios’ YouTube video claiming Michael was dead.

The message itself appears to show Michael threatening Heathcliff, saying: “I don’t appreciate your interference with my business in regards to the Tupac theory behind his disappearance from the open world.

“I certainly know he wouldn’t take a liking to your attempts to send my care for his legacy into a path of destruction and complete obliteration which you intend on doing.

“So if I was in your position, I’d back off real soon.”

Speaking to Daily Star Online, Heathcliff said he is convinced this is proof Michael’s “death” is just the latest in a number of hoaxes.

“The first thing I did was visit his profile to see if this is Michael Nice and not just a copycat,” he explained.

“It was from a verified Facebook account.

“The account has now been removed, a coincidence?

“There are no coincidences when dealing with hoaxers.”

The conspiracy theorist then suggested the “fake” death of Michael “is the new sales pitch that will be used by Icini Studios in the future” to gain publicity.

Daily Star Online has contacted Icini Studios for comment.

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