A new documentary called, “Murder Rap,” will feature an interview from Greg Kading, who is a former LAPD Detective that was assigned to Tupac and Biggie’s murder case. The East Coast/West Coast beef was huge beef back in the 90’s. The beef made many rappers feel like they had to pick and choose a side. Biggie’s mother sensed foul play within the LAPD, so she filed a law suit against them which they proved that there was none.

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Biggie’s mother believed that Kading was covering up for the cop that really killed her son. The LAPD the proved that this was not the case but, they did shine light on a new idea. The Huffington Post says that,

“Based on his three years working the cases, Kading claims that Sean “Diddy” Combs hired Crips gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis to kill Shakur and his manager, Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight, for $1 million. He alleges that on the night of Sept. 7, 1996, Keffe D’s nephew, Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, pulled the trigger. Only Shakur was killed.”

The documentary includes a interview from 2008, where Keffe D claims that he heard Diddy say he’d give anything to have Pac and Suge dead. Although Suge was not touched, Kading believes that Suge hired someone to kill Biggie for $13K.

Huffington Post also says,

“Kading alleges that the LAPD chose not to pursue formal charges in the case because of Combs’ celebrity and because the evidence pointed to two killers who were already deceased. Anderson and Fouse have both died of apparently unrelated causes.”

Lisa Evers even did an interview on this before.

50 Cent took to Instagram to give his 2 cents on the headline.

Source: TheShadeRoom