In a documentary that aired over the weekend, former LAPD detective Greg Kading introduces Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie And Tupac Murders. The documentary is also based on the book of the same name.
The documentary includes a 2008 police interview between Kading and known Crips member Duane “Keffie D” Davis. In the interview Davis states that Diddy confronted him on more than one occasion about murdering Tupac and Suge Knight.
He alledges that he first met Diddy through a friend named Eric “Zip” Martin, a New York based drug dealer at a clubmin Santa Monica in 1993.
Davis goes on to say that one day Diddy declared, while surrounded by Crip members that he would give anything for Pac and Suge’s heads. A few months later, the conversation was brought up again in a deli. That’s when Diddy offered him $1 Million to kill Pac and Suge.
The night Tupac was shot was also the night Tupac and Suge beat up Davis’ nephew over a chain that was snatched. This created the perfect timing for retaliation against Tupac and Suge.
Davis claims that Anderson was the trigger man for Pac’s death.
As for the $1 Million, it never reached Davis. Davis claims he was supposed to receive $500,000 for his role but he never got it.
Check out the video below and decide for yourself who you think killed Pac.