Did Rapper Tim Dog Fake His Own Death? Arrest Warrant Says "Yes"

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We couldn't find anything online to confirm or deny Dog's whereabouts. The Social Security Death Index does not have any record of a "Timothy Blair" with a death date of February 14, 2013, but that doesn't necessarily mean there isn't such a record on file. The website timdogmusic.com was last updated in October of 2012, more than three months prior to his alleged death. Again, however, this isn't proof of anything, except for a possible lazy webmaster.

If his family, friends and victims are to be believed, however, appears that Tim Dog may be alive, well, and continuing to act "simplistic, imperialistic, idealistic, and kicking the ballistics." We like to think he's taken out a large insurance policy under an assumed name, a la Krusty the Clown's "Rory B. Bellows" alter ego. Should Dog return, he'll be on the hook for about $2 million in payments to his victims. Whatever the outcome, it will be the culmination of one of the strangest episodes in hip-hop history. We'll keep an eye on this story.

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