A retired Los Angeles cop is convinced he’s cracked the case of Tupac Shakur’s decades-old murder. The music mogul formerly known as Puff Daddy offered Crips member Duane Keith (Keffe D) Davis $1 million to whack Shakur and his manager, Suge Knight, former LAPD detective Greg Kading boldly alleged in a documentary. When the gang member’s nephew, Orlando (Baby Lane) Anderson, did the deed, he reportedly only got Shakur. The ex-cop further claims that Knight shelled out $13,000 to his own hitman, Bloods member Wardell (Poochie) Fouse, to kill the late rapper Biggie Smalls — a close friend of Diddy’s — in retaliation. The documentary in which Kading makes his case — called “Murder Rap” and based on a book he wrote in 2011 — will stream on Netflix this spring.
Via NY Daily