A Shocking Confession From One Of Tupac's Suspected Killers Was Revealed In A Recent Documentary
The confession is part of the BET docu-series Death Row Chronicles.
It has been over 20 years since the notorious killing of rapper, Tupac Shakur in 1996 but that hasn't stopped people from coming up with new theories about his death and he is the subject of a brand new Netflix documentary series called Unsolved, which is now available to watch in Canada.
But just months before this documentary aired, one of his suspected killers actually confessed to what happened on another TV show, Death Row Chronicles, and that clip has recently resurfaced.
In case you don't know, Tupac, who was gunned down in Las Vegas, is believed to be the victim of gang violence between the Bloods and the Crips. Just hours before he was shot, he and his entourage beat up a Crips member, Orlando Anderson, while leaving a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand.
Now Orlando Anderson's uncle and fellow Crips member, Keefe D, has confessed on camera to what happened next and it's not the first time he has spoken out about it.
In fact back when police were still investigating, there was a taped confession of Keefe explaining what happened and later recounts the same story for the BET docu-series Death Row Chronicles.
Keefe D says that after Anderson was beaten up, the Crips went searching for Tupac. They found him when they heard fans yelling his name on the street and turned their car around to get to him. Keefe says he was in the front seat, along with Terrance Brown who was driving. Anderson and Deandre Smith were both in the back seat.
Keefe doesn't say who fired the gun but says that the shot came from the back seat however in his taped confession with police he said it was Anderson.
Anderson was shot and killed in 1998. No one was ever charged with Tupac's death.
Keefe D says he only spoke out now because he has cancer and feels he has nothing to lose by sharing the truth.
Source: Daily Star