CIA Turns To Twitter To Discuss Tupac’s Whereabouts

The CIA celebrated its one-month “Twitterversary” yesterday by tweeting out answers to “five of the top questions” the agency’s been asked via the social-media platform since its account went live in June.

A couple of the answers given to followers’ burning questions included “YES, we are hiring” and “No, we don’t know your password, so we can’t send it to you #sorrynotsorry.”

Then, the agency seemingly disappointed Tupac fans everywhere by revealing that they apparently have no leads on the presumably deceased rapper’s whereabouts:

“No, we don’t know where Tupac is,” read their final Q&A tweet!

Though it’s well-known that Tupac Shakur was murdered in 1996, there have always been conspiracy theories surrounding his death, with many suggesting he’s still alive and in hiding somewhere.

Unfortunately, if those theories are true, it looks like the CIA won’t be any help in finding the rapper!

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