(Assassinated Press) More than 20 male eyewitnesses, almost half of them sober, reported to have seen the late Anna Nicole Smith and even later, Tupac Shukar in an Amsterdam coffeehouse together last Wednesday night.
Although reports are sketchy, one witness, Joost Vandercamp, a barman for "Die Windy Windmill" a popular and trendy coffee shop, believes Anna Nicole and 2Pac were more than friends.
"I began to notice something going on at the end of the bar. I went to look and there was this zwarte man having his way with this blonde. I went back to work, because we are very liberal in Holland. Then after 10 minutes, still line around the end of the bar. I went back and there is another man not zwarte having his way with the blonde American. I go back to work. I check again, every 10 minutes, all different men. The line was groot! That is when I thought...wait, it is Anna Nicole Smith! And the zwarte man...completely stoned. That is when I think, yep, that's 2Pac. My friend Willem, he will tell you it is true. He did her twice. No, three times."
Media columnist and celebrity gossip, Jerry Gayfriend, has also heard rumors that both dead celebrities had been seen together in the Los Angeles and Atlanta areas.
"It would make sense," Gayfriend said, "They are both supposed to be dead, but they are making more money now than when they were alive. They would make a great couple. They are sure to have a lot in common."
When questioned about the possibility of both celebrities still being alive, J.E. Cooper, an editor for Conspiracy Magazine had the following statement.
"Conspiracies theories are based on facts. The only facts you seem to have in this sighting are a stoned guy and a sluty blonde. Until there is more evidence there is no way of knowing. Regardless of how long the line was."
Lastly, when asked if maybe Anna Nicole and Tupac were "visiting" from a spiritual plane, barman Vandercamp stated that he did not believe in ghosts and that in Holland, people do not see "mysterious" or "magical" things.
"We are a real country, with real people. We do not have Harry Potter; that is England."