An ex LAPD detective makes the explosive claim that Sean Diddy Combs actually hired the killer who shot legendary rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996. He makes this allegation in a new documentary.
Did Sean Diddy Combs hire a Crips gang member to assassinate Tupac Shakur in a drive-by shooting? That’s what retired LAPD detective Greg Kading is claiming in a new documentary, called Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders. Kading led an LAPD task force that investeigated the 1996 shooting that killed the revered Shakur and injured his manager Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight. Now he alleges that Diddy hired Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who got his nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson to pull the fatal trigger.
According to Kading’s claims, Diddy paid Keffe D $1 million to kill Tupac and Suge. Although it’s unclear about what would have made Diddy want Tupac murdered, the hip-hop mogul told LA Weekly that Kading’s discoveries were “pure fiction and completely ridiculous” after Kading published a book about his findings in 2011. Nevertheless, Kading’s documentary alleges that Diddy is responsible for the crime.
Kading further claims that Tupac’s murder is what led to Christopher “Biggie Smalls” Wallace being killed. Only six months after Tupac died, Suge supposedly hired Bloods gang member Wardell “Poochie” Fouse to take out Biggie for $13,000 in retaliation for Tupac’s murder.
Ironically, Diddy paid tribute to Biggie with his song, “I’ll Be Missing You,” just two months after Biggie was shot to death in March 1997. Clearly Diddy was friends with Biggie, which would make for quite the tangled situation if Kading’s allegations about Diddy’s involvement with Tupac’s murder are true.
Considering Diddy’s stature in the hip hop world, Kading alleges that the LAPD opted to not pursue any formal charges against him in the case. Furthermore, initial evidence led to two killers who were already dead — but Greg doesn’t seem to agree with his fellow officers’ findings. You can see all of his evidence in Murder Rap, which is available on iTunes now and will be debuting on Netflix in the spring. Judging by the latest allegations, you won’t want to miss this documentary!
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