Audio Released: Prosecutors Allege Tupac Murder Suspect Keefe D and Son Conspired to Harm Witnesses in Jail Phone Call
Duane "Keefe D" Davis / Tupac (YT screenshot/Getty)

Audio Recordings Of Duane “Keefe D” Davis Claiming Diddy Offered Him $1 Million To Murder Tupac Submitted To The Court As Evidence

The court has received audio recordings that claim Diddy played a central role in the assassination of Tupac Shakur.

Duane “Keefe D” Davis, a suspect in Tupac’s murder, brags in a disturbing secret 2-hour police interview about Diddy offering him $1 million to kill the rapper.

The 2008 LAPD recording was made accessible as Las Vegas prosecutors have included it as a crucial piece of evidence in the murder trial. In the tape, Keefe D engaged in a jolly interaction with the police, discussing Diddy’s alleged orchestration of Tupac’s 1996 killing.

Keefe claims that he oversaw the fatal shooting of the Tupac at Diddy’s request in the mid-1990s. According to Keefe’s statements, Diddy wanted his rival record label boss Suge Knight and his top-performing artist Tupac dead, amidst the ongoing East/West Coast rap wars.

Additionally, Keefe, who faced charges related to Pac’s murder in September, claims that the million-dollar reward was suggested by Diddy, although Diddy himself has publicly dismissed any involvement in Tupac and Suge’s shooting as “nonsense.”

Nevertheless, prosecutors presented the audio file to highlight Keefe’s apparent confessions regarding his role in the murder. However, it’s important to note that in many parts of the tape, Keefe makes unverified allegations about Diddy. In the recording, Keefe openly boasts about forming a close connection with Diddy through their mutual friend, Eric “Zip” Martin.

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