CIA Deny Knowing Where Tupac Shakur Is
Posted by Jeremy Thomas on 07.08.2014
They said so on Twitter...
If there's someone you can trust on Twitter, certainly it has to be the CIA, right. The US foreign intelligence agency said during a Twitter Q&A celebrating one month on the social network that they do not in fact know where Tupac Shakur is.
No, really, they said that. In marking the anniversary, they promised to answer the five most frequenty asked questions they get from the public. Those five questions included whether they're hiring, if they know Twitter passwords and where Tupac is. The latter of course comes from the fact that there are popular rumors claiming the rapper faked his 1996 murder and is hanging out somewhere, still alive. Their answering Tweet is below:
In response to the other questions: they are hiring and no, they don't know your Twitter password and can't send it to you. Now let's think about the fact that the CIA has an official Twitter account and wonder how many other accounts they have under false pretenses where they do actually know your Twitter password and also know where Tupac is.