Many people speculate that this is Tupac trying to fight against the Illuminati, although IT IS NOT.
If any people were true Tupac fans, they would know that he did NOT believe in the Illuminati, and that this word actually meant to kill the hype surrounding the Illuminati. While Pac was in prison, he did not read about this organization, he was told about it from inmates, and he thought that it was stupid, and that the thought of it was weighing down society.
Today, conspiracy theorists have completely destroyed Tupacs original definition, so they can try to promote their bullshit views on a dead organization, because they are blind to these real problems we are facing.
Every definition, except one, is promoting this fake meaning, and I am outraged to think that there are possibly thousands of Tupac fans who now have the wrong impression about him.
Pac spoke to the people and he spoke real, about the real world issues that we face, which is exactly why he decided to create the saying Killuminati.
If you still are not convinced, PAC SAID IT HIMSELF.
2pac talks about the illuminati (he did not believe interview proof) :
5.30 - 6.15
We need to realize that the world is full of problems, without us creating fictional ones. Pac is gone, but his message lives on. Its time for us to deliver it.
Unfortunately, Tupac was clearly lying, because the Illuminati was a group created in the late 1700's, while The Prince was written in 1513. See a problem there?
Furthermore, The Prince was written while Machiavelli was imprisoned as a political prisoner. Most of the book, when looked at in context, was meant to be sarcastic about the upper classes (not some serious guide on how to rule effectively)
In summary, anyone who believes in the Illuminati is highly disillusioned to think of Tupac as some sort of prophet regarding their existence.
Tupac had combined kill with illuminati to refer to gangs, fraternities born in the thug life, which engaged in criminal activities. Kill refferred to the violent nature of gang life, and Illuminati refferred to the enlightenment gained from experience, thus Killuminati.
It had no relation to any conspiracies, contrary to popular believe.