Over the years there have been countless theories as to who killed Tupac Shakur. The legendary rapper and actor was shot in Las Vegas on the night of September 7, 1996, while in the passenger seat of a BMW being driven by Suge Knight after the two and their entourage left a Mike Tyson fight.
Retired LAPD detective Greg Kading, who led a task force to find out who killed 'Pac and The Notorious B.I.G, believes he knows the people responsible for both murders.
In a documentary titled "Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders" Kading points the finger and Sean "Diddy" Combs and Suge Knight. He arrived at that conclusion after three years working on the case.
Kading claims that Diddy paid $1 million to Crips gang member Duane Keith "Keffe D" Davis to kill 2Pac and Knight.
Shakur was shot multiple times when Davis' cousin, Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, fired into Knight's car when it stopped at a red light. Anderson was reportedly a passenger in a white Cadillac. 2Pac died in the hospital on September 13, at the age of 25.
Knight was not seriously injured, although a bullet fragment hit him in the head.
Knight allegedly retaliated by paying Bloods gang member Wardell "Poochie" Fouse $13,000 to kill Biggie.
The Brooklyn, New York rapper was shot four times and killed at the age of 24 on March 9, 1997. He and his entourage were leaving a Vibe magazine party in Los Angeles when a dark colored Chevrolet Impala SS pulled alongside the SUV Biggie was traveling in. Someone inside the Chevrolet fired the fatal shots.
Kading alleges Davis later confessed to his involvement in 2Pac's murder.
"If his intention was to just get away with it, so to speak," Kading told The Huffington Post. "it would have been very easy for him to not include all the details that he did."
Both Anderson and Fouse are now dead. Anderson was killed outside a Compton record shop in May 1998. Fouse was murdered in Compton in July 2003, when he was shot multiple times while riding his motorcycle.
"Murder Rap" is available on iTunes now and will debut on Netflix in the spring.
Source: The Huffington Post