(AllHipHop News) Retired Los Angeles Police Department detective Greg Kading’s film Murder Rap, based on his book of the same name, alleges that Sean “Puff Daddy” Combs paid supposed Crips gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis $1 million to kill Shakur and Death Row head Suge Knight.
The news of the doc spread around the internet this week as it made its way to iTunes. Puffy’s business rival 50 Cent jumped on the allegations, and he began posting about the accusations on social media.
“I told you, you can’t trust these n*ggas. Puffy done killed 2Pac,” 50 can be heard saying in a video (now deleted from IG).
While the clip has been removed from 50’s page, the G-Unit leader still has a post up featuring aNew York Daily News article reporting about the Murder Rap documentary. The caption for 50’s Instagram post reads, “So Puffy with the sh*t hun? See you gotta watch these punk, scary ass n*ggas… He killed your favorite rapper.”
Fellow former LAPD officer and 2Pac bodyguard Reggie Wright told AllHipHop.com in 2014 that he believed most of what Kading wrote in his book to be true. He stated, “Almost everything that pretty much came out in the investigation and the book Murder Rap by Greg Kading I believe is 98-99% accurate.”
Wright also added he believed Pac and Biggie’s murders were part of an ongoing gang war between Crips and Bloods. He specifically pointed to the fight between 2Pac’s entourage and alleged Southside Crip and Keffe D’s nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas hours before Shakur was shot.
“[Keefe D] was trying save his life, but you don’t go implicate yourself and your nephew to a murder that you’re already suspected of. Then you implicate yourself to it? Keefe D’s statements are accurate to what happened,” said Wright. “That’s just what happens out here in the L.A. life and Vegas. Bloods not scared of Crips. Crips not scared of Bloods. Their mentality: you do something against them, then they gonna do something back against you. Orlando was from the Crips side, and the guys that [killed the Notorious B.I.G. in LA] were from the Bloods side.”
Keefe D reportedly admitted to Kading that he was paid by Combs to kill Shakur. He is quoted as saying Orlando Anderson was the person that pulled the trigger the night 2Pac was murdered in Vegas. Anderson was killed in 1998.
Check out 50 Cent’s Instagram post and video below.