According to retired LAPD police officer Greg Kading, Tupac's murder in a drive-by shooting was planned by Sean 'P Diddy' Combs, who was then known as Puff Daddy.
According to retired LAPD police officer Greg Kading, the rapper's murder in a drive-by shooting was planned by Sean 'P Diddy' Combs, who was then known as Puff Daddy.
In the new documentary, 'Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders', based on the book of the same name, he alleges in a 2008 interview that P Diddy paid gang member Duane Keith 'Keffe D' Davis $1million for him to kill the star.
The hit was supposedly passed on to nephew Orlando 'Baby Lane' Anderson and he went on to shoot Tupac on September 7, 1996, as he left a fight night.
It has been claimed the murder of Diddy's best friend Christopher 'Biggie Smalls' Wallace six months later was in revenge for Tupac's killing.
According to reports, the documentary features a taped police interview between Kading and Keffe, during which Davis alleges the Sean John founder approached him on two separate occasions to discuss murdering Tupac and rap mogul Suge Knight.