Former LAPD Detective Alleges Diddy Ordered $1M Hit on 2Pac and Suge Knight

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    Former LAPD Detective Claims Diddy Ordered Hit on Tupac and Suge Knight in 1995

    Former LAPD detective Greg Kading has made shocking allegations against Bad Boy Records founder Diddy, claiming that Diddy ordered a hit on Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight back in 1995. Kading recalled a conversation with Duane “Keefe D’ Davis, who allegedly told him about a meeting where Diddy expressed his desire to have both Shakur and Knight killed, offering $1 million for the murders.

    The following year, Tupac and Suge Knight were shot on the Las Vegas strip after an altercation with Keefe D’s nephew, Orlando Anderson. Knight survived with a graze wound, but Shakur tragically passed away less than a week later. Keefe D claimed in his 2019 book that he had a gun before the shooting and ultimately gave it to his nephew, who he alleges shot Tupac four times.

    Keefe D is now facing trial for the murder of Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas this month. These allegations have reignited interest in the unsolved murders of Tupac and Biggie, shedding new light on the events leading up to Shakur’s tragic death. The connection between Diddy and the murders has raised eyebrows in the music industry and among fans of the legendary rapper.

    As the trial unfolds, more details may come to light about the events surrounding Tupac’s murder and the alleged involvement of Diddy. The shocking revelations from Kading and Keefe D have added a new chapter to the ongoing saga of one of hip-hop’s most infamous unsolved mysteries.