P Diddy is accused by Keefe D of orchestrating the murder of Tupac Shakur.
Explosive allegations have surfaced in the ongoing trial related to the murder of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur.
Keefe D, the man accused in connection with Tupac’s killing, has made shocking claims that hip-hop mogul P Diddy, also known as Sean Combs, orchestrated and paid $1 million for Tupac’s assassination.
Keefe D, whose real name is Duane Davis, has alleged this in his book, social media interviews, and even in a secret police interview with LAPD.
In his book titled Compton Street Legend, Keefe D recounts an encounter with Diddy in New York, where Diddy allegedly expressed his fear of Tupac and Death Row Records boss Suge Knight.
According to Keefe D, P Diddy said, “I have a couple of problems I need to be handled. Big CEO [Suge Knight] and Pac,” to which Keefe replied, “That’s not a problem. We can make that happen.”
Additionally, a former gangster and Death Row Records security enforcer, James McDonald, confirmed hearing rumors about P Diddy and others at Death Row putting a price on Suge and Tupac’s heads.
James stated, “Diddy was scared of Suge. New York wasn’t going to come down there and try to find Suge. So when it happened with Tupac, our side had to feel like, ‘Okay, we can’t just let that one go.'”
Keefe D’s claims also include allegations that Diddy contacted a gangster associate named Eric Von Zip shortly after Tupac’s shooting. Keefe claims that when P Diddy learned it was their entourage responsible for the attack, he was “happy as hell.”
Furthermore, in an interview with YouTuber Vlad TV, Keefe D asserted that FBI agents informed him that P Diddy had paid $1 million to Zip for the assassination.
These shocking revelations have ignited discussions about the intense rivalry between Bad Boy Records on the East Coast, led by P Diddy, and Death Row Records on the West Coast, helmed by Suge Knight.
The allegations have cast a new light on the rap wars of the 1990s, revealing the lengths to which individuals were allegedly willing to go to settle scores in the music industry.
Representatives for P Diddy have not yet commented on these serious accusations. The trial continues as the court delves deeper into the events surrounding Tupac Shakur’s tragic demise, raising questions about the unresolved mysteries of hip-hop’s history.
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