Police charge man for 1996 murder of rapper, Tupac Shakur

Police charge man for 1996 murder of rapper, Tupac Shakur
  • Tupac died after being shot multiple times at the age of 25
  • Keffe D admitted in interviews that he was in the car allegedly used in the shooting the iconic
  • Keffe D, who is said to be the uncle of one of Tupac's known rivals, Orlando Anderson, has been charged to by the Las Vegas Police

The long-standing mystery of who killed iconic rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996 might finally be coming to a close.

A Nevada grand jury has charged 60-year-old Duane “Keffe D” Davis with killing iconic American rapper Tupac Shakur.

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The Las Vegas Police presented Keffe D, who is rumored to be the uncle of Orlando Anderson, a well-known foe of Tupac, in court.

Keffe D was charged with with the use of a dangerous weapon by the jury.

On the night of Tupac's death, his nephew Anderson, who was reportedly involved in a casino altercation with the rapper's friends, denied any role in the rapper's murder at the time.

Two years later, Anderson passed away in a separate gang shooting.

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Keffe D stated in interviews and in his 2019 tell-all memoir, “Compton Street Legend,” that he was in the automobile reportedly used in the shooting.

Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times after leaving a boxing match at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996, and died six days later at the age of 25.

The murder shocked the music industry and has remained one of the most talked-about unsolved cases in modern history.

There have never been any arrests in the case until Friday.

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April 2021, Rap icon Shock G, famous for his with Tupac Shakur was found dead, he died at the age of 57

The rapper, real name Gregory Jacobs, and his group were famously known for their 1989 and dance, “The Humpty Dance,” based off Shock G's alter ego, “Humpty Hump.”

The rapper's father, Edward Racker revealed his son was found dead on Thursday (Apr. 22) in a hotel room in Tampa.

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