Tupac Shakur is considered to be one of the most influential rappers of all time. Shakur endeared himself to the black community by using music to advocate for equality and social change. Tupac deviated from the 90s gangsta rap trend to sensitize people about the plight of communities in inner cities.
Shakur passed away in 1996 following a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas. The shooting is shrouded in mystery as the assailants behind the shooting were never arrested. Another mysterious topic concerns Tupac Shakur’s children. Some people believe that Tupac left children behind, and they might have their evidence in TikToker Boogie Bentley.
TikToker @boogiebentley claims to be Tupac’s daughter Jaycee Shakur
In late July 2021, TikToker @boogiebentley went viral by claiming to be Tupac Shakur’s daughter Jaycee Shakur.
So far, Bentley’s video has racked up 3.3 million views. She is a TikTok comedian with a modest following of over 135K.
The post has perplexed netizens as no one is sure whether Boogie really is Tupac’s daughter. It’s unclear whether Tupac left any children when he passed away.
Whether or not her claim is true, Boogie has benefited from the revelation. Her videos have received more views than usual, and she has gained several thousand followers.
Tupac’s ex-wife Keisha Morris claimed that Tupac wanted kids
Tupac married his ex-wife Keisha Morris at Clinton Correctional Facility on 29th April 1995. After the marriage, Tupac talked about having kids with Keisha.
“Tupac picked out names he wanted to move to Arizona and name our Daughter Star and our son Michelangelo,” Keisha told Source Magazine. “I like Star but not Michelangelo, we tried to have kids but the weed Tupac smoked affected us. Tupac also had visions of our future.”
A court annulled Keisha and Tupac’s marriage in 1995. He went on to date Quincy Jones’ daughter Kidada Jones until his death.
It is speculated that Tupac had children outside his marriage. Boogie Bentley claims that she is Tupac’s daughter Jaycee Shakur, but we will treat her claim as an unproven rumor until she can back up that claim.