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50 Cent Co-Signs Allegations Puff Daddy Had 2Pac Killed (VIDEO)


(AllHipHop News) A 2015 documentary about the murders of Tupac “2Pac” Shakur and Christopher “The Notorious B.I.G.” Wallace has rocked the Hip Hop landscape in recent days. 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.

[ALSO READ: Diddy Stands Accused Of Paying To Have Tupac Murdered!?!]

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 a New 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.

[ALSO READ: EXCLUSIVE: Former Death Row Insiders Discuss Alleged Roles Of The LAPD, Suge Knight, & Crips/Bloods In 2Pac & Biggie Shootings]

Check out 50 Cent’s Instagram post and video below.

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  • Executive

    Big question is HOW DID THEY FIND PAC AND SUGE 3 HOURS LATER?

    • ilexx

      Pac and Suge were on their way to Suge’s club on Vegas. I can’t remember the name but I’m pretty sure they knew they were going to the club for an after party type vibe.

      It’s not that hard to catch somebody in a city like Vegas.

      • Executive

        I’m saying them dudes pulled up beside them 3 hours later, like someone helped pin point them.

      • ilexx

        I can’t say nay but they may have had everybody out looking for them for hours after the altercation and they just caught up to them. I’m just saying its a realm of possibilities.

        But eyes were on the road looking for them, so somebody did likely tipped em off once they saw them.

        The streets had to be crazy though, the boxing match just finished, dudes getting beat down in a lobby, ppl everywhere, traffic everywhere. Then Pac gets gunned down. Just pure madness.

      • Executive

        Those guys were getting their hunt on. I never believed the whole Suge got him killed because who the hell sits next to somebody and they know they’re gonna get smoked. That was a terrible move by Pac.

      • Wtfcity

        Watch the doc. They said they had already been to the club but Shug and Pac werent there. Going back down the strip there was a car full of girls screaming Pacs name and thats how they found them.

      • STEPH

        Kidada Jones (Quincy Jones daughter who Pac was dating stayed at the hotel), said he changed clothes, which took about 30- 40 minutes (which gave Orlando Anderson time to link back up with his people) and it was 8:50pm when they jumped Orlando Anderson (you can tell by the MGM camera, it has the time on there) the police got the call at 11:15pm about the shooting, which probably actually happened at 11:07-11:10pm.

      • STEPH

        666 was the club, and like you said it’s not hard to spot a convoy of cars like 10-12 cars deep.

  • Executive

    Snitchy cent always sticking his nose in shit that doesn’t concern him.

    • Gap Tooth Bruce

      “SNITCHY CENT” BWHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHHA

      COPYRIGHT THAT SHIT ASAP!

      • Executive

        Lmfao!

      • Justice

        that’s been out……he aint invent that word NUKKA so calm ya nerves sheesh

    • Savimbi

      Lmaoooo!!!! that’s a good one

      • Executive

        😂, I see why that nigga got shot, he always dry snitching.

      • Vinsanity

        LOL

  • Typical 50…. Nothing new.

  • Drake’s 3rd best Ghostwriter

    damn

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  • Gap Tooth Bruce

    Look at 50 snitch…..get this nigga ah Notepad tell all ass nigga!

  • RayStantz

    I’m still not buying it that Suge had nothing to do with Pac’s murder.

    • RazaBladeKing

      I used to think so too… but on some real street s***, why would you put a hit on someone and plan for it to happen when you’re sittin 2 feet from the mark? “I want yall to do a drive by on him, and I’ll be drivin the car I want yall to hit him up in. Just, uh, try not to shoot me too.” Don’t make sense, right? The Puff/Bs & Cs/dirty cops angle makes more sense

      • not even 2 feet! right next to him! smh

      • RayStantz

        Same way it don’t make sense that Suge was the mastermind behind this whole beef but Puff only want Pac dead. Then you send a hit and Suge is only 2 feet away and walks away with a couple of cuts from shattered glass. If this was setup as a crip vs blood hit, why not kill two birds with one gun?

      • RazaBladeKing

        I can dig what you’re sayin. I’m not sayin Suge’s a choir boy. But as the story goes, Puff wanted Pac and Suge dead; Suge left with a bullet that grazed his head, not just shattered glass cuts, so if that bullet was a fraction of an inch to the right or left? Different story. I wouldn’t say it’s all music or all gang s***, but Suge was a known Blood, and made Pac an affiliate when he bailed him out and moved him from the Bay to LA; makes sense that Puff would go to the Crips to handle this music beef (especially how heavy Bs and Cs were beefin in the 90s; they each seem to bang on themselves more than anything these days). Add in dirty cops moonlighting as security, Pac coincidentally not wearin his vest that night… it all kinda adds up.

      • Vinsanity

        Yup M.O.B didn’t really mean Money Over Bitches…..Dat 662

      • RazaBladeKing

        Already

      • Kara

        Suge was a very dirty business man and led to many peoples death but he did not kill tupac. His own actions led to it though because he kept stirring the pot. Suge screwed pac out of millions (the exact thing Diddy did to biggie) but he would not kill him. He didn’t even touch snoop when snoop went on that dissing spree.

    • Vinsanity

      If you believe Suge set Pac up, then you don’t know the whole story. Not talking shit, just sayin. Lots of dead bodies followed after Pac died.

      • RayStantz

        I’m sure I’ve read and seen all of the “evidence” that you have but you got it, I’m not gonna argue this… You can either choose to believe or not and I don’t believe the whole story especially from LAPD. Someone further down said it… “not even 2 feet away, right next to him”. There ain’t no one bullet barely grazing someone when you that close, even if you walk away it gonna be more damage than that. And it wasn’t a bullet it was fragments of a bullet which means he wasn’t being shot at but got caught with fragments of a bullet that ricochet off the car or Pac. And those other bodies… if it was or was not an inside job, who would leave witnesses alive in either case? Even if I paid you to have someone killed, chances are you gonna be next so it doesn’t lead back to me. Just my opinion like everyone else is sharing there’s.

      • Vinsanity

        But the truth is out and all this on here is pure speculation. Like I said if you knew the whole story and I’m not saying you don’t, then you know everything. No need to speculate.

  • i think 50 just poking fun at the shit. the dude that pac stomped out killed him.

  • youngplaya

    Pac died behind street shiiiii..Just like every other young black male running the streets living wild and beefin with niggaz. I don’t believe Suge had anything to do with it at all. Pac and Suge loved each other and both real riders. The gang shiii just bled over into the music shiiiiii and lives got took. On the other hand I do believe that the FBI had Pac under surveillance and would have killed him if he was able to move more towards being an activist and unifying force. I just don’t buy the Suge boogie man stories. Why all other Deathrow artist still alive? Suge loved Pac and that’s why Biggie got his issue. Its just the streetz man. I hate it. Cali niggaz done took out two legends and changed the game forever. RIP Pac and RIP Big

  • DLOUPO

    You can’t be real if u like 50 so wit that said I would no longer respond to any 50 lover #snitchelovers

  • In Black America Radio

    “Retired Los Angeles Police Department detective Greg Kading’s” accounts have already been debunked and disputed. Speedy’s Roll Out Show had him on and most of what he is saying is speculative at best. The following day (or the next show) Speedy’s Roll Out Show had another Retired LA cop said dude FOS and just selling his product.
    stop the BS

  • Markus

    50 doing what 50 does best. Putting seasoning on beef.

  • tinkhanii

    he got balls to say he was an informer on the whole Murder Inc

  • Marc Btes

    Government killed pac…

    • Knickfan4life

      This seems more logical that they killed Tupac and biggie because the fbi is corrupt when it comes to pop culture. People talk that illuminati bs. They need to read up on that flame j Edgar hoover and how corrupt the fbi has been since the 60’s when the landscape of America was rebelling.

      • STEPH

        You the type of idiot someone can be wearing a coat or something that got stolen from you with your initial in it, you see it and they say those are my initials too, my grandmother bought this for me, and you would say OK….smdh

      • Knickfan4life

        Spoken like a idiot that’s not well read 😂😂😂😂😂go take your retard a.ss to school. you are disturbing my boogie wonderland listening session.

      • STEPH

        Stop Jacking off you pervert LMAO!

  • Smashit

    This shit is nothing to joke about – not even 20 years later – this is something that changed the music game and ruined lives – kids grew up without parents – bottom line is Puffy got RICH after all this shit happened & I’m sure him & Suge both played roles in Pac & Biggie’s death whether it was intentional or unintentional – time to leave this topic alone and let them RIP

    • Knickfan4life

      We don’t know

      • STEPH

        you don’t know

      • Knickfan4life

        I guess you were there ? Go away kid you’re disturbing my Maurice white listening session.

      • STEPH

        It’s all there LMAO! You’re like Freddy on my kids Scooby Doo cartoons LOL, when he tries and guess who’s the bad guy LMAO, he’s always wrong. I can tell your not a street guy nor a bright one…95% of the people are linking all the evidence and are coming to the conclusion that this is what occurred LOL, use your brain homegirl LMAO!

    • STEPH

      Salute

  • that dude

    50 still talking, huh?

  • THISIS50

    Glad someone has the balls to speak on it

  • Vinsanity

    As usual something you guys repot today is something somebody else reported yesterday.

  • RapItUp

    smh.. This post confirms one of two things for me. I need a little help, perhaps I’m out of the loop.. Either gangstas no longer move in silence.. Or 50 isn’t a….

    • chocboywonder

      What? All he did was comment on a documentary…That’s like me watching a civil rights documentary and then saying…White people are f’d up….how does that say anything about being gangsta?

      • RapItUp

        Look, I see you’re going extra hard for the cause in this forum, but 50 stay talking about somebody legal troubles, now also DRY SNITCHING in open media.. Diddy is his business rival (and while some might see this as friendly competition, I think 50 is jealous as hell of Puff) and if it’s already stated in the documentary, why does he feel the need to add his two additional cents? Look at the tone of his comments.. I wouldn’t let you watch me grab an extra plastic bag out of Safeway w/ your telling ass logic

      • chocboywonder

        What are u talking about…all i was saying was nothing here speaks on someone’s gangsta. And how does this translate to “DRY SNITCHING”….he didn’t make the documentary, nor did he publish it………y’all niggs jump out the window with the smallest stuff

      • RapItUp

        If you don’t understand what I’m saying in regards to 50 making such open claims in public forum (like he was lambasted for his dry ‘assertions’ about supreme on one of his older tapes) than I see no need to explain to you. If you don’t see how 50 jeopardizes not only his artistic integrity by speaking on such matters in such a way, but also his self-proclaimed ‘real/gangsta’ image, then I’m not the one to explain to you. This isn’t the ‘smallest stuff’, Kidd Kidd. 50 stay talking reckless on social media. There’s a different way to go about it, if that’s how he really feels. Doesn’t matter if the documentary is out or not. You have no backbone

      • chocboywonder

        You taking this ish too personal. 50 ain’t do nothing that other so-called “gangstas” haven’t done. i see niggs speak on Cosby’s situation in the same way, i see niggs speak on R. Kelly’s and Michael Jackson’s situation in the same way…and the list goes on….y’all niggs just selective with y’all snitching claims.

      • RapItUp

        Not taking it personal, I stated my claim, and you threw your cape on (for the 15th time in this article) and intervened. And seriously, Cosby? Really? How many black entertainers you heard say “Cosby did that ish! I told y’all!” R. Kelly was on video, that’s different. Michael Jackson was doing weird ish, but notice he was never prosecuted, and I don’t know about you (despite your total lack of integrity) but if my kid got touched/violated, NO amount of money would stop me from making that fool rot in jail. Mike didn’t spend an hour in jail, at most! But these poor, hurt parents sure did line their mouths and stfu! Funny how that works..

        Anyways Lloyd Banks, get back in the booth bruh.. you’re looking pathetic out here.

      • chocboywonder

        Dude, ^^^ that response right there is the definition of personal (you took the time to spell out each example I mentioned instead of understanding the point i was trying to make)…u just proving my point dude. Relax, all i did was disagree with you and then, for some reason, you got into your feelings

      • RapItUp

        lol ok Yayo! Just scroll up and see the consensus.. what 50 says has no merit on my day to day. I saw the story and dropped my bit like everybody else. and now you all on my dick tryna change my mind. Lol gtfoh **edit, you’re not trying to make any point. You’re just lifting your skirt up and showing your pink panties and pom-pom’s for 50.. and it’s annoying.

      • RapItUp

        Lmfaooo the irony! The guy who responded to virtually EVERYBODY on the page who had something negative tonsay about 50, tells me I’M taking it personal. Hahaha!! Fairy!

  • Knickfan4life

    The first time I don’t agree with 50 cent silly tactics Tupac has overzealous fans and puffy has children . That clown cop is making money off this foolishness and will say anything to sell that documentary.

    • STEPH

      Everybody who somebody already know this is what happen. Smfh

    • chocboywonder

      I dunno…watch the documentary first….after watching it, i now think puffy did that ish.

      • Knickfan4life

        This is old stuff they have been saying that for years .if they think he did he would have got locked up by now.they did the same bs to minister farakhan saying he set up Malcolm .x and like he said as well if they have so much ” evidence” why have they not arrested me. Because everyone knows the feds probably had a hand in it. The government is corrupt just like they tried to say Berry Gordy was laundering money.

      • chocboywonder

        I’m with you…but all i’m saying is watch it first. There is too many coincidences for it not to be true. but that’s just my opinion after watching….you can’t really have an opinion on the documentary until you watch.

      • Kara

        He’s actually not making much. He had a book deal with a major publishing company but “someone” shot it down. The publisher had been threatened with legal action if they published the book. Kading has self published the book which means all of this has come out of his own pocket. Why would he do this if he did not believe in his own evidence .

    • TruthTalk

      Not true because the cop was merely the person who connected all the peices to the puzzle. The people involved and evidence told the story about what went down and who planned it.

      • Knickfan4life

        John Potash, author of The FBI War On Tupac and Black Leaders, says the FBI Killed Tupac Shakur. His book is based on 12 years of research. It includes 1,000 endnotes, sources from over 100 interviews, FOIA-released CIA and FBI documents, court transcripts and more.

        Potash presents the idea that the American government has conducted deadly missions against minority leaders using FBI COINTELPRO (Counter Intelligence Program) style tactics since the 1960s. Potash suggested that Tupac was seen as a threat because of his political affiliations and his influence on balck culture.

        Potash said in an interview with All Hip Hop that Tupac was under the radar because of his life long connection with the Black Panther Party and other militant revolutionaries. “He had very close relationships with his extended Black Panther Party family, who acted as his mentors, not to mention that he was trying to do more positive things,” he says. “[The government] orchestrated his assassination.”

      • TruthTalk

        I seen a documentary on that. I can’t say the FBI set this up but what I will say is that they knew everything that was going, and let it happen. Even in this new documentary ‘Murder Rap’ a FBI agent gave a statemebnt and was said to be in the casino the night Tupac and entourage stomped out Orlando Anderson

      • Knickfan4life

        I copied and paste but this is more plausible because people forget it was a rapper getting shot damn near once a week during that east west smokescreen.

      • TruthTalk

        People also brush off the shootings as being old news as if two families weren’t impacted by the death of tupac And biggie

  • $.M.M.-BX

    Why would anyone believe what a cop have to say?

    • TruthTalk

      Because its not what the cop has to say its what the evidence and the people involved have to say. The cop was merely the person that connected all the pieces of the puzzle.

      • $.M.M.-BX

        Everybody knew Pac was green light the moment he left that casino.

  • chocboywonder

    Damn, did 50 take a sh*t today too….are you guys that hard pressed for news that you report every thing this dude does. I thought the consensus was that he is irrelevant.

    Also, did anyone watch the documentary? Puffy did that ish…I watch Dateline all the time and a lot of niggs in jail with way less evidence.

  • truth

    B.S, Former cop Russell Poole found evidence it was the L.A. Police department that had Biggie killed. Thats why he was fired and the investigation at the time was shutdown. Misdirection is going on here.

    • chocboywonder

      watch the documentary….it addressed all that in there.

    • TruthTalk

      They thoroughly disproved that theory in the documentary. It was one of Suges hitters that did it for $13,000

      • Malik

        Poochie

      • Illegalstick33

        Poochie? LMAO!! Look up 9mm geco rounds in both murders. That will help you figure out some real shit. Those rounds were only made in Europe and sold in a few stores in Cali and Jersey. Those same rounds were found in D Macks house.

  • The Arsonist

    Baby Lane definitely Killed Pac but Puffy’s involvement in it is a lil sketchy, I know people from the MOB and Southside Crip so the Compton Streets have always known who did what, the Puffy involvement has always been hearsay

    • Nightmare

      Alot these dudes don’t know how the beginning of this all started at the Lakewood Mall.

      • The Arsonist

        Yeap when the chain got snatched. One of my people was there that day.

      • Nightmare

        Orlando was one of the most dangerous cats in Compton. A well known shooter without hesitation nor a second thought about it.

      • Executive

        I heard he was no joke.

      • Nightmare

        He was turnt.

      • NCcatsBALLhard

        School us…

      • Kara

        There’s a lot to this case. Weeks before Suge knight had kidnapped one of diddys associates and also had people threatening diddys mom trying to find out where diddys la house was. Diddy would also hire crips when he came to LA for protection. He put a hit on deathrow chains for a music video. Orlando Anderson and a few others saw deathrow associates at that mall and jumped them for the chains. The night of the fight was not when the murder was supposed to take place. Orlando and his crew were there to watch the fight. Orlando did not have a ticket and was waiting in the lobby for someone when someone gave word to Pac that he was there. Tupac wanted to prove something to his “gangsta” friends so he ran up on Orlando and that when that video starts. After that the murder was moved up to that night. Zip provided the guns and that was it. Ironic thing is Diddy never gave them the money. He gave half a million to Zip but zip never paid anyone else.

      • Malik

        Finally, someone that gets the gist.

      • Malik

        Nah, it didn’t kick off at the Mall. Sh1t’s been simmering long before that.

      • Nightmare

        Puff had nothing to do with Pac’s death. The End ✌🏾️

      • staticb62

        They talk about that in the documentary. It’s kind of thorough

  • SimonSays

    Come on Fif… This would’ve been kool coming from somebody else other than you. Lol… People might actually take what you say seriously. Lol

    • Detroit Tiger

      stop hating on fif……go hang on his nuts

    • BDN

      Yo!!

    • YorBishNegus

      I’m still confused how he snitched?

  • Rich

    If that was the case he’d’ve been had you hit

  • Nightmare

    Honestly 2pac’s death was due to getting involved with L.A. Gangs. Puffy had nothing to do with it. Started over a Death Row chain. Trayvon Lane got the chain took that got 2pac into that fight, that got him killed. End of story R.I.P. 2pac ✌🏾️

    • TruthTalk

      Yea that’s only a small part of the story. You left out the part where puffy put out the million dollar hit on suge and tupac.

      • Nightmare

        That’s fiction. Let me put you up on game. 2pac picked a fight with a well known shooter. Trust me. Puff had nothing to do with it. Pac’s demise was the result of getting involved with this California gang life.

      • Detroit Tiger

        write a book. puff paid ….fk puffy

      • TruthTalk

        I agree PAC shouldn’t have gotten involved in that beef but the evidence and people involved in the shooting point to puff.

      • Nightmare

        Of course it’s easy for them to point at Puff. But he had nothing to do with it. All this shit began over a Death Row chain snatch at the Lakewood Mall here in California. And it also had alot to do with Pac involving himself with MOB Piru and feeling the need to prove himself to tyem as well. This also the same shit that help bring down Death Row records also. Keyword: Help. As much as I can’t stand Puff, the real is, dude had nothing to do with Pac’s death.

      • Kara

        Diddy put he hit on those chains to use in a music video for bad boy. Why would Keffe D have a reason to lie? This isn’t benefitting him. Look up the history he’s known both Suge and Diddy for a very long time.

    • Detroit Tiger

      bs diddy had a hand in it…….. for real.

    • The Arsonist

      I can dig it, Im not really into the Puffy Narrative of it all.. but I know so many of the people involved or know ppl close to them and Puffs name has never come up, but when Lane killed Pac it seemed like he got the Juice like Pac in the movie he was wilding out until he got killed at the car wash behind Compton High the spot where I personally got my car washed at for years on Alondra Blvd. Lane shot and Killed one of my best friends Brother N Law that day and his pops he also was the father of one of my best homegirls kid but he also took some shells in the exchange so all three of them died at the Car wash in broad daylight. Southside and the M.o.b is a natural crip and blood beef period. Puffy didnt have to put a dime up to get that beef to cook.

      • Nightmare

        I remember how it happened on Alondra. Boarder line Spook Town, Acacia Block. Also I will say this. Southside and Palmer long standing beef is related.

      • Ibn Mahmood

        damn lane sound like a piece of sh*t for real. glad he got bodied

    • Kara

      This documentary explains this and ties it all in. Guess who put the hit on those chains? Diddy. Those guys had long ties to Diddy because he would hire them whenever he was in LA for protection. Suge knight admitted while in prison that Orlando pulled the trigger and that he looked into Keffe Ds eyes Which is something that Keffe D also mentions in his disposition. Keffe D and Suge knight have known each other since they were 8 years old. I’m not saying that pac didn’t set himself up that night but starting a fight with a known gang member because he did. Puffy also has some guilt in the whole situation by stirring the pot. I recommend the documentary it has very strong points and evidence.

      • Nightmare

        You can believe that if you want to.✌🏾️

      • Kara

        Ok I will!

      • Kara

        Also some of the things I mentioned are facts that can’t be disputed

      • Nightmare

        Where are you from ? Because your so called facts are nothing but speculation. You were probably a baby at the time of Pac’s death.

      • Kara

        Sweetie I’m pretty sure I wasn’t. My so called facts are facts. For example Orlando Anderson shot tupac, Keffe D gave a disposition on the murder, zip provided the gun…etc. You are trying so hard to convince others that Suge knight is behind tupacs death but now that evidence is presented against that theory you are very angry. You have to be a child I’m convinced. No matter how you put it Suge knight did not have tupac killed. He’s slimy and did pac dirty business wise but he did not kill tupac. He would not have done it. Snoop dogg left deathrow for aftermath and made disses against Suge knight but nothing happend. And Suge liked tupac more so:/

      • Nightmare

        I never said Suge had Pac killed. I said Pac messing with this gang life got him killed. If you ain’t never been around any of the names mentioned, then all of your so called facts are speculations.

      • Kara

        Just read some of your other comments on different threads you’re 100% still a teen.

      • Nightmare

        I’m still a teen ? Really ? Stop it homie. I knew Keefe, Baby Lane, Zip and Trayvon who took the chain at the mall. I’m sure I’m older than everyone commenting in this blog. I go waaayy back with them dudes. And don’t you think that if they had any evidence what so ever against Puffy they would’ve prosecuted that nigga ? Stop it with your UFO conspiracy theories. These white cops got you confused.

      • Kara

        Sure you do;) don’t worry I believe you lol. There’s a reason puffy isn’t suing for defamation. He’s sued for way less. If he sues for defamation the evidence gets put in front of a judge and becomes public record. He’s trying to lay low and hide from it. If you were accused of murder and innocent wouldn’t you sue? Keffe D confessed to the hit and the murder so obviously you do go as far back as you want o believe. The facts that I stated are facts. There isn’t speculation about that. Zip was in New York when the chain was snatched just so you know. By the way you talk I can tell you’re pretty young.

      • Nightmare

        And theres a reason Puff wasn’t arrested. Just like Suge wasn’t wasn’t arrested. There’s no evidence to support the claims. I’ve been in the courtroom enough to know things like this. And not once did I say that the niggas Zip was around when the chain got snatched. You’re reaching and over looking things. You still haven’t said where you were from. I’m from Compton. I’ve gang banged with Keefe been in the gang modules with Keefe if you’re curious. As far as me being a teen. Yean, 1969 makes me a teen😂😂😂😂😂😂

      • Kara

        I don’t know who you’re trying to convince lol. There is a disposition tape from Keffe D confessing the same things that I said. Would you like a link? Also yes you did but now you’re trying to back track. How were you hanging with zip Travon Keffe and Orlando when travon was a blood. He’s the one who got his chained snatched lol. I’m already seeing the holes in your story. Might want to fact check it. And no 47 year old uses 😂 emojis or isn’t able to put proper thoughts together. Nice try though

    • Malik

      Puff put a 10K reward for anyone that could snatch a Deathrow medallion, that’s why that went down.

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  • Weedras

    I’m not a Big Puffy fan i think he’s a narcissistic ass… but i’m not gonna believe shit from a former LAPD cop no matter how fancy they dress it up.. too many cover ups and shit storms involving the LAPD for me to believe this guy

  • ursocalledgod

    50 is a fuccing clown smh what ” street nigga” do clown shyt like this nigga been doing? anyway he can get in the media he will do it. this niggaz music is TRASH business ventures are WASHED up and dude aint relevant at all except for this drama.

  • Aiden_Abetting

    I killed 2pac

  • SBRon

    All you “50 D*ckriders” who ignored the fact your idol is a lil b*tch who can’t keep his walrus ass mouth shut, what say you now…?!?

    • ursocalledgod

      all them ” awww 50 a real street nigga” dic handlers! last time I checked street niggaz don’t stay on social media running they mouth and doing all they can to stay relevant. only broads do that type of shyt

  • Savimbi

    50 needs to stfu or drop an album, he still mad nobody buying that piss water called Effen. and although it was ghostwritten, Diddy ethered him in Old Man Wildin

  • Freedom Fighter

    So if I was a bad boy fan and purchased multiple albums, bought Sean John clothing and concert tickets I might have funded the murder of one of the greatest rappers. I’m going to smoke and drink my guilt away tonight and listen to Makaveli

    • Ray7866

      lmfao, epic logic

    • TheBlackItalian

      Nah you good. Sean John didn’t come out until like 99-00

    • truthrevealer

      Still a highly overrated album with wack beats/music 20 years later

  • Common Man

    All this stupid gang shit that leads to nothing but death and hell. You all wonder why white folks look at us and treat us like animals. Blacks lives don’t matter to anyone if they don’t matter to blacks first. All of this mess happened in my youth but 20 years later nothing has changed in the black community. I am starting to realize that hip hop has done more damage to the black race that anything else in my lifetime. Please read these quotes and think:

    You’re damn straight I blame hip hop for playing a role in the genocide of American black men. When your leading causes of death and dysfunction are murder, ignorance and incarceration, there’s no reason to give a free pass to a culture that celebrates murder, ignorance and incarceration.

    The “keepin’ it real” mantra of hip hop is in direct defiance to evolution. There’s always someone ready to tell you you’re selling out if you move away from the immature and dangerous activities you used to do, you’re selling out if you speak proper English, embrace education, dress like a grown man, do anything mainstream.

    Our self-hatred has been set to music and reinforced by a pervasive culture that promotes a crab-in-barrel mentality.

    • RazaBladeKing

      A couple of things… no one “wonders why white folks look at us and treat us like animals”, but you’re confused if you think it just started happening after the rise of black gangs. But that generalization implies there is a ‘race war’ goin on; 99% of white people and black people pass by each other all day long without a 2nd thought, so we’re all pretty much indifferent to each other at worst. And you can blame gangs all you want, but that’s superficial, surface-level thinking; you should ask yourself how high powered weapons and high grade drugs ended up in the poorest/blackest neighborhoods in the first place if you really want to get to the root of the rise of gangs. More importantly, the overwhelming majority of black people aren’t in gangs; they’re teachers, doctors, cashiers, garbage men, and office workers like everybody else, but it’s clear you’ve been programmed to think otherwise, and that led you to blame problems in the black community (that are centuries old) on a culture that is a few decades old at best. Hip Hop has done more damage to the black race than anything else in your life time? The police killed over 1,000 people last year for example; that’s more than the Bloods, Crips, Hell’s Angels, and MS-13 combined, but again… programming. Basically, you talk about self-hatred metaphorically, but your post was a giant ball of actual, tangible self-hate, whether you realize it or not. Not sayin the culture doesn’t need to clean up its act, but Hip Hop isn’t anywhere near the biggest culprit for the ills of the black community. Drugs, poor health/eating, the destruction of the black family unit, and plenty more have done much more damage (and none of it is ‘accidental’ or ‘coincidental’), and all predate bandanas. But don’t mind me; just keep believin what you believe, and don’t pay attention to the man behind the curtain…

      • RapItUp

        /fin.

      • ReGG

        Extremely long but I agree with your position wholeheartedly!

      • bluelight74

        Brilliant response, I salute you.

      • Exactjy that!!

    • WinnersClub

      The “keepin’ it real” mantra of hip hop is in direct defiance to
      evolution. There’s always someone ready to tell you you’re selling out
      if you move away from the immature and dangerous activities you used to
      do, you’re selling out if you speak proper English, embrace education,
      dress like a grown man, do anything mainstream.
      “Well Said. I am going to memorize this passage and pass the knowledge upon de youth”

    • Zae

      white folks treated youand everyone else like ANIMALS since the day your ancestors landed. wtf u talking about? dont give white folk that much credit. aND WHO IS ACTUALLY PUSHING ALL THIS, putting all the money behind it? if you havent noticed not too many black folk got enough bank to push the music. are you going to blame it all on yourself?

  • coldPissa

    most street Niggas in So Cal been known this

    • Malik

      The whole block knew the morning after the shooting.
      They were bragging out there about getting Pac.

      • Dee

        Damn

    • Tohn

      Yup. I have a relative who used to do security for Death Row back then and he told me all this shit years ago.

  • Crabs in a bucket mentality, snitch traits with some form of mental disorder is what I see in this 50 geeza.

    I like a lot of his old music but despise him as an individual.

  • Frank

    So many comments. Man he’s dead. Been dead. I been missing him making music longer than some of these dudes been alive. I know, it hurts. But he’s gone and I sure as shit don’t want to see Puff brought down for it. I just don’t.

    • Og

      You miss pac but dont wanna see puff go down why?

  • Joe

    Sounds like he is trying to use his social media notoriety to dry snitch.

  • J. Smith

    I don’t know the Keffe D story, but did anyone check to see if he had a million dollars?

    • Nightmare

      Of course Keefe D didnt have a million dollars. And he only said sh!t to get him out of 25 year to life prison sentence from moving that water.✌🏾️

  • Jared

    So 50 is blatantly being a dry snitch?

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  • Nightmare

    Let me break it down for those who are so sure about what they’re reading about this. First off, I’m not fan of the dude Puff. Far as him having something to do with Pac’s death is bullshit. If all evidence was pointed to him having to do with Pac’s death, then the district attorney would’ve prosecuted the n!gga. And before y’all try to use the fact that he’s a celebrity I’m going to let you know off top. That means nothing here in L.A. Hell, they prosecuted Michael Jackson, OJ Simpson, Robert Downey Jr, Rick James, Phil Spector and many other celebrities. Pac got killed on some gang sh!t out here. And I’m not blaming Suge, because Pac was caught up before he started messing with Suge. Pac did some hood jumping here as well in L.A. He went from rolling with the Crips to rolling with the Damus. Instant no-no here in the land of the scanless. Pac was great at what he did musically. But hot heated gang bangers never cared about that. Figure it out.✌🏾️

    • I COULD’VE BEEN YA FATHER!

      real spit

    • staticb62

      The way it’s broken down in the documentary pretty much backs up what you’re saying. However, the documentary adds the dude Keffe D basically saying they coincidentally had an offer from Puff to take out Suge and Pac the night his nephew, Orlando, got jumped at the MGM. He says they were in Vegas for the fight not to set up Pac, but after Orlando got jumped they were we like we might as well just do the hit, too, and kill two birds, retaliation and that Puff money, with one stone. They were going to retaliate anyway, but the Puff money was both coincidence and icing. The movie then goes on to show ties to his words with evidence collected at the time and over time. It kind of gets deep at this point, but also easier to relate to than other views of the murder put out there over the years. It’s not as fantastic but it’s thorough. Ultimately, the documentary is basically saying what you’re saying in that the main reason Pac died was because he got caught up in some gang shit that night in Vegas, it just adds that the offer from Puff made it a super-go for them to go all out that night. Not saying it’s true, but it seemed like the comments on the board may have misled you to the nature of the documentary.

      *Edit: It also says they never got the money. Keffe says he got locked up for a minute and eventually found out later that Zip got 500,000, but disappeared. It says they tried to get Keffe to set Zip up but Zip was on guard, and the case lost department backing after that. Keffe makes it seem like they were mainly concerned with retaliation, as if the money was a somewhat distant second.

  • 3rdEye_Sharp

    Smh @ Snitchy Cent

  • chippc

    50’s fans seem to get a kick out of that high pitched fake phone call gag for some reason.

  • ZUBU

    I listened to the interview with the cop, and he seems credible to me… IJS

  • jroc dadon

    orlando anderson and keffe d were also at the party where biggie got smoked. puff knew pacs killers real good, the documentary makes sense to me..i believe all of it. but i dont think it was their plan to kill pac that night in vegas, but when pac jumped orlando he went from a rapper to an actual gang banger, he got involved in gang sh*t he had no business being in. in gang life retaliation is a must.

    pac made two dumb mistakes that night. touching orlando and then driving around drawing attention to himself. i love pac but he was reckless and foolish that night. he just jumped a crip and then decides to still go to the club to perform, he should’ve called it a night after the fight and he would be alive today.

    he was standing on the sunroof blasting music and talking to groupies, thats the only reason the shooters car spotted him. .pac is dead for making an endless number of dumb decisions, but diddy definitely played a role and he needs to beef up security after this documentary.

    • Nightmare

      I can personally tell you that Orlando wasn’t at the party. And the reason for that was because he was hot at the time. The death of Pac kept the police on his bumper right along with a lot of other Compton gang members. Also, Puff and Big were under heavy surveillance as well. You are right about the part about Pac getting involved with the gang shit though.✌🏾️

  • truthrevealer

    Bad boys move in silence. Its over, puff won. Get over it now, been like 2 decades.

    • Malik

      Puff won what?
      Biggie got murked cuz of that shit.
      You call losing those 2 lives and the numerous Bloods and Crips that got shot in the aftermath of the Pac shooting winning?

      • truthrevealer

        Biggie may have died, correct, but diddy was involved with pac getting clapped up and his label won that stupid beef. Look where suge is now compared to puff. Puff won and some just cant let it go, u being an example.

      • Malik

        You still don’t get it?
        Fvck the beef, Black life matters.
        Grow up man.

      • truthrevealer

        What does this have to do with puff winning though? He still won and idiots like you and 50 cent are trying to spin it 20 years later

      • Og

        He trying to say they was supposed to have a get together and play nice lol uf he grew up in compton hed be a killer guaranteed

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  • Anthony Pearson

    Was Puffy Cripin On The Low Low

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