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Diddy recently made headlines when Netflix announced a documentary alleging that he paid $1 million to have Tupac Shakur killed. Diddy was said to have hired a killer to shoot Tupac Shakur in a drive-by in 1996. In the documentary there have been claims that Diddy hired Crips gang member Duane Keith 'Keffe D' Davis to kill Shakur and his manager Marion Hugh 'Suge' Knight for $1 million. But allegedly on the night of the fatal shooting, it was actually Keffe's nephew Orlando that pulled the trigger. Now allegedly the rap mogul is threatening to sue the company over the allegations in the documentary. Diddy says he had nothing to do with the death of Tupac Shakur, and he may be threatening to hit Netflix with a defamation lawsuit. Should Diddy sue? After all, these are some serious allegations that are pretty bad attacks on his reputation.