Like all of us, before we die we want to have a clear conscious so we can go to heaven. That appears to be the case for Duane Keith Davis, otherwise known as Keffe D.
Keffe D the uncle of Tupac Killer, has decided to elaborate on the night of September 7, 1996—when Shakur was shot in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, confessing that he knows who pulled the trigger. Read on to find out what Keffe D has confessed about the killing of Tupac…
CelebNMusic247.com has received word that reports are claiming that police may be a lot closer to discovering who the Tupac Killer is.
Could this be that evidence needed to close the case for good on who killed Tupac?
In USA’s new documentary Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G., Keffe D, the uncle to Orlando Anderson, a gang member who has been long suspected of shooting Tupac that night, tells the story of how things went down.
I was a Compton kingpin, drug dealer, I’m the only one alive who can really tell you [the] story about the Tupac killing. People have been pursuing me for 20 years. I’m coming out now because I have cancer, and I have nothing else to lose. All I care about now is the truth.
He adds that the shots that claimed Shakur’s life came from the backseat of his car where his nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson and another unidentified person were sitting. NOTE: Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson was shot and killed in 1998.
Apparently, the reason for the killing of Tupac was over a physical altercation in the lobby of MGM Grand Hotel and Casino on the night of the shooting. Orlando tried to steal some chains off of one of Tupac’s crew, a big no-no in hip-hop. Orlando Anderson, a member of rival LA gang the Southside Crips, who had been beating up for trying to steal from Tupac, was out for revenge, even though he was in the wrong from jump.
That was the incident that changed the history of hip-hop forever:
Hours later Davis revealed in the Netflix docuseries that they hopped into their white Cadillac to find Tupac after the beat down, knowing he was due to perform at 662 Club that night. There were four people in the car: Terrence ‘T-Brown’ Brown behind the wheel, Keefe D in the front passenger seat, plus Orlando Anderson and DeAndre ‘Dre’ Smith in the back. The four men pulled up alongside the vehicle Shakur was in at a stop light on Las Vegas Boulevard and began firing bullets.
In the documentary, Davis said he knows the identity of Shakur’s killer. However, “street code” prevented him from revealing the name of the person. Davis made the same allegations in BET’s recent documentary Death Row Chronicles.
Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said it is aware of Davis’ comments. The LVMPD said in a statement to Esquire on Thursday, noting that rapper’s death was still an open homicide case:
We are aware of the statements made in a BET interview regarding the Tupac case. As a result of those statements, we have spent the last several months reviewing the case in its entirety.
The news has surfaced this week regarding Tupac Killer, since the uncle of the shooter Keefe D, who is suffering from cancer, is said to be on his deathbed. We guess he is trying to die with a clear conscious.