Tupac Shakur has been gone for about 20 years now, and no one is held responsible quite yet for his murder. Of course everyone has a theory of who did it, and the latest is being dropped in a new documentary entitled Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders.
In the movie, an ex-LAPD officer claims to know the truth. He says that Diddy paid $1 million to get Pac killed, and Suge Knight had Biggie killed. Greg Kading, a retired cop who investigated both murders, says Diddy paid gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis to kill both Tupac and Knight.
Let’s not forget that someone mentioned the same exact thing back in 2008, but the Los Angeles Times dropped the story when they realized the sources weren’t credible.
Davis, the man Diddy hired, allegedly gave the job to his nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson. According to the documentary, Anderson opened fire on both Pac and Knight in Las Vegas back in 1996. Also, Kading claims that Knight himself then hired a rival gang member for only $13,000 to kill Biggie.
Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders is going to debut via Netflix sometime this year. For now, check out the trailer below: