With the recent news of the upcoming documentary, Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders, much suspicion has been hurled towards Diddy. Retired Los Angeles detective, Greg Kading, alleges that the successful entertainment mogul is responsible for putting a hit out on Tupac Shakur.
According to Kading, 'Pac's murder directly lead to the subsequent murder of The Notorious B.I.G. Having the courage to tackle such a project, the film's director, Mike Dorsey, relied heavily upon his amassed legal team, countless hours of editing, and fact-checking to prevent any future lawsuits, this confirmed by SOHH.
Moving the project from a lofty idea to a tangible reality was a time-intensive endeavor. "For one, just on my own, I had to go through a lot of these documents to censor out certain names and personal information because some of these people were confidential informants," revealed Dorsey. He proactively worked to ensure that no sensitive information was leaked to the public.
Through his diligent actions, Mike worked to try and guarantee that the associated individuals were properly protected. He also employed legal maneuvers to help safeguard against future lawsuits. "Then on the legal side, I had a huge law firm in Beverly Hills that specializes in documentaries and in clearing them and we spent months and months, even after the film was edited, going through it," he then stated.
After researching about "400 instances" this provocative documentary was legally cleared for release. "I know that [former LAPD detective] Greg Kading, the detective that wrote the book [on these murders], also had to go through the same stuff when he wrote his book just to make sure he wasn’t setting himself up for a potential lawsuit," Dorsey declared.
"But even then, there’s always going to be a concern because anyone can sue for any reason," Mike mentioned in a matter-of-fact manner.
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Should Diddy be concerned?