Former Employee Alleges Bad Boy Took Part In Murders

A one time business partner of Sean “P.Diddy” Combs who has filed a $25 million dollar lawsuit against the mogul, has come forward with shocking allegations that Diddy and company took part in the murder of Suge Knight’s bodyguard and the murder of Tupac Shakur.Kirk Burrowes has filed the lawsuit in Manhattan federal court, alleging that Combs cheated him out of $25 million and thwarted his management deal with Mary J. Blige.In the 37 page legal document, Burrowes says Combs set up what he dubbed “the enterprise,” which took part in murder and extortion.Burrowes claims that Combs approved the 1995 murder of Big Jake Robles, a close friend of Suge Knight and a known Mob Piru Blood gang member.Robles was shot after attending a birthday party for Jermaine Dupri. He was at an after party at a club called Platinum House when the shooting occurred.He died a week later from gunshot wounds.Puff told Vibe in 1996 shortly after the incident, that he had nothing to do with the shooting. He told Vibe that Suge was involved in an altercation in the club and the shooting was a result of that dispute.“I hear shots ringing out, and we turn around and someone's standing right behind me,” Puff said. “His man-God bless the dead-gets shot, and he's on the floor. My back was turned; I could've got shot, and he could've got shot. But right then he was, like, 'I think you had something to do with this.' I'm, like, 'What are you talking about? I was standing right here with you!' I really felt sorry for him, in the sense that if he felt that way, he was showing me his insecurity."Burrowes said that a local sheriff, who was later killed in a car accident, identified a Combs associate, Anthony “Wolf” Jones as the shooter.Jones was acquitted of weapons possession and bribery charges in 2001 after being involved the high profile shooting at Club New York in Manhattan.Jamal Shyne” Barrow was subsequently convicted and sentenced to 10 years in prison in connection with the shooting.In the most shocking of the allegations, Burrowes said that Bad Boy hired a hitman, whom many believe to be Southside Crip Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, to gun down Tupac Shakur in Las Vegas in 1996.Burrowes has yet to provide details to those allegations, which B.I.G.’s camp adamantly denies.Anderson’s family also denied that he was the triggerman behind Shakur’s slaying.”We would like to state, unequivocally, that Orlando Anderson did not murder Mr. Tupac Shakur,” Anderson’s family said in a statement in 2002, “He did not accept any money nor was he offered any money from Notorious B.I.G. (Christopher Wallace), nor anyone else, to perform such a heinous crime.”Anderson was gunned down at a Compton carwash in June of 1998. He was 23-years-old.