The arrested suspect in the Tupac murder case, Duane “Keefe D” Davis, implicated rapper P. Diddy (real name Sean Love Combs) in the crime during an interview in August.

“If I wouldn’t have ever met [Diddy], I wouldn’t have ever been involved in this bullshit,” Keffe D said. “I would’ve never met the brother. I never would’ve been involved in this bullshit.”

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In another interview clip from 2008, which resurfaced Oct. 9 2023, Keefe claimed that he attended a concert in Anaheim, Ca., after which he went to a party with Combs and others at a hotel. He claimed Diddy said he’d give “anything” for Tupac’s head in “a room full of Crips” gang members. Keefe said Diddy was scared of getting killed himself by Suge or people connected to him. Suge was driving the car that Tupac was killed in. They were on the Las Vegas Strip when a drive-by shooting took Tupac’s life in September 1996.

Keefe said he later met Diddy at a deli where they discussed the hit, during which they agreed to $1 million for compensation. Keefe claims he was in Las Vegas already, due to a previously made plan to watch a professional fight, when they learned Tupac was there. He claimed a member of the entourage, “Zip,” gave him the weapon to carry out the killing.

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In response, rapper 50 Cent (Curtis James Jackson III) took to Instagram to troll Diddy, writing “Damn so pac got lined by brother love. LOL. Time to Lawyer up, shit might get sticky.” He added a photo of Tupac and music record executive Suge Knight in the same black BMW in which Tupac was killed.

The arrested suspect in the Tupac murder case, Duane "Keefe D" Davis, implicated rapper P. Diddy in the crime during an interview in August.

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