Tupac might not be dead. He may have gone to the Ivory Coast and traced his roots back to find he is a native there.
Afterward he could have started to play soccer and realized he is great at it. Eventually he landed a spot on the Ivory Coast National Soccer Team as their goalkeeper.
It is all possible. If you text KGB if Tupac is alive, they respond with no concrete answer and they don't charge you for the text message.
Who knows if Tupac changed his name to Boubacar Barry. All we know is that whatever Barry's true identity is, he is the Ivory Coast's goalkeeper and is doing a good job at it.
Boubacar Barry goes by his full name when he plays on the national team. But when he plays for his regular season team, he goes by "Copa." Why not "Tupac?"
He was born in the '70s, much like Tupac Shakur was. Maybe when Tupac moved to the Ivory Coast, he decided he couldn't subtract so many years off his age to just go by a handful.
Barry started playing professionally in 1999, a few years after Tupac Shakur's death. Maybe after Shakur moved to the Ivory Coast, he started to play soccer on the side and mastered it. Who knows?
Maybe this World Cup has drawn too much attention and there have been rumors of Barry making a move to Portsmouth. If he ever does confess to being Tupac, he could be a hit again.
Barry's hair looks similar to styles that a rapper would wear. If it is Tupac, this could be a clear sign. Looking at this photo one could definitely see the similarities. The only difference could be that Tupac may have let himself go with his weight a bit.
Tupac was shot. Look at his hands in the photo. Is he giving us a clue?
You've done a good job in the World Cup so far. If it's not you, good job Barry.
If it is you, just come out and say it.