Wack 100 Speaks Out on His Relationship with Keefe D Following Bail Payment in 2Pac Murder Case

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    Wack 100 Testifies for Duane “Keefe D” Davis’ Bail: Claims He’s a Monumental Guy in the Community

    Cash “Wack 100” Jones made headlines this week as he testified in court about his relationship with Duane “Keefe D” Davis and his efforts to secure his release on bond. Wack, known for his involvement in the music industry, attempted to pay a portion of Keefe’s bail but was met with skepticism from the judge.

    During his appearance in court, Wack described Keefe as a “monumental guy” in the community and emphasized their personal conversations about various topics, including Keefe’s battle with cancer. Wack also mentioned his history of helping others in the community with financial support, whether it be for funerals or bail.

    However, the judge raised concerns about Wack’s motivations, questioning the source of the funds he offered for Keefe’s bail. Wack clarified that the money came from his business, 100 Entertainment, and assured the court that his intentions were genuine.

    Despite Wack’s efforts, the judge ultimately denied Keefe’s request for bond, citing suspicions about Wack’s interest in securing an interview with Keefe. Wack responded by promising that any interview would only take place after the trial concluded, emphasizing the importance of the case’s outcome on Keefe’s reputation.

    Keefe, who is accused of orchestrating the 1996 slaying of hip-hop icon Tupac Shakur, was arrested last year, 25 years after 2Pac’s death. The case continues to garner attention, with updates on Wack 100 and Keefe D expected to unfold in the coming weeks. Stay tuned for more developments on this ongoing story.