2Pac died in 1996 then his posthumous album "Still I Rise" releases 3 years later. Jesus ROSE 3 days later after he died from crucifixion according to the bible.
In "Black Jesus" from the Still I Rise album, 2Pac says ...
"Which one of y'all wanna feel the degrees, bitches FREEZE facing Black Jesus".
The freezing point of water is 32 degrees Fahrenheit. 2Pac would've been 32 when the documentary Resurrection was released in 2003.
In Blasphemy Intro "As the Lord does Return in the coming 7 days, we will see you next time here and next week in bible prophecy"
The coming 7 years we get "Resurrection" DVD.
2Pac refers to himself as Black Jesus as a metaphor and means years instead of days.This is my first time coming out with this theory to the public. It has been thoroughly researched as you will see, and is now open for debate. For starters, most die-hard Pac fans are familiar with the numerous Makaveli mixtapes. It was on one of these mixtapes that the song Me and my closest roaddogz was released. The OG version had Big Syke on the 2nd verse with Pac delivering the 1st and 3rd verses. However when this song was re-released commercially on the Until the end of time cd, the Syke verse was omitted and replaced with a unheard Pac verse. This in itself is not unusual as fans will recall this being done on several Pac songs. What is alarming though is an extremely overlooked line Pac spits towards the end of the second verse.
"The burnin bed was the tellin sign
Two hired guns bustin everyone, yellin everybody die
Why the fuck they fuck around, we left 'em in the fog
bleedin like a stuck hog, me and my closest road dogz"