Flashback Story-50 Cent Accuses Diddy Of Orchestrating 2Pac's Murder

Apr 09, 11:00 AM

Rapper 50 Cent, a figure known for courting controversy, has delivered perhaps his most explosive revelation yet. In a recent social media post, the influential G-Unit founder pointed an accusatory finger at Sean "Diddy" Combs, insinuating the mogul's role in the assassination of hip-hop legend Tupac "2Pac" Shakur.
 Taking to Instagram on October 9, 50 Cent's post was not one to be ignored. He shared an evocative photo of Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight from the night of the fatal drive-by shooting in 1996, captioned with words hinting at Diddy's alleged involvement. "Damn so pac got lined by brother love,” he wrote, making a reference to Diddy's R&B alias. Further adding fuel to the fire, 50 Cent also advised Combs to “lawyer up” stating, "LOL Time to Lawyer up, shit might get sticky.”
 The 2Pac mystery, dating back to September 7, 1996, has been a haunting chapter in hip-hop's storied history. On that fateful night, Shakur was brutally attacked with multiple bullets, leading to his tragic death less than a week later. Suge Knight, who was with Shakur at the time, miraculously survived with a non-fatal wound to the head.
 Amidst the swirling rumors and theories about 2Pac's death, the involvement of Diddy, the head of Bad Boy Records, has long been a topic of debate, especially given the well-documented tension between Death Row and Bad Boy Records. Although Diddy has been a repeated subject of these speculations, it's important to note that he has never been arrested or formally charged in relation to the crime. Furthermore, Diddy has consistently and forcefully denied any association with Shakur's murder.
 Fueling this ongoing firestorm are statements made by Duane “Keefe D” Davis during a 2008 police confession. Davis, who was charged with Shakur's long-standing unsolved murder last month, has made some significant admissions. The 60-year-old former South Side Compton Crip purported that he and Diddy once deliberated over a $1 million bounty to eliminate both Shakur and Knight. This alleged discussion supposedly occurred in Greenblatt’s Deli, Los Angeles, where Diddy supposedly expressed his desire to “get rid of them dudes.”
 However, in an unexpected twist, Keefe D later claimed that the proposed $500,000 payment, supposedly from Diddy for carrying out the act, was never delivered to the South Side Compton Crips. Authorities have long believed Shakur's killing was a result of retaliation against Keefe D's nephew, Orlando Anderson, who had a prior altercation with Shakur. Anderson, implicated by Keefe D as the man behind the trigger, lost his life in an unrelated gang altercation in 1998.
 Lending more credibility to the cloud of speculations around Diddy's rumored involvement, Ma$e, an ex-Bad Boy artist, made cryptic remarks on his sports talk show, "It Is What It Is." While discussing Keefe D's recent arrest, Ma$e made sly references, hinting at Diddy's potential involvement.
 However, one voice of reason amidst the maelstrom of accusations and speculations is that of Greg Kading, a retired LAPD detective. Having spent significant time investigating Shakur's death, Kading opined that the probability of Diddy facing any charges is marginal. Speaking with Rolling Stone, Kading elucidated the need for irrefutable witnesses who can pinpoint Diddy's alleged solicitation or payment, a challenge that seems far-fetched. The retired detective also emphasized his belief that Diddy isn't a killer, stating, "Puffy’s not built like Suge Knight, and I don’t think Puffy was truly intentionally trying to get either 2Pac or Suge killed.”
 With 50 Cent's bold accusations, the tragic saga of Tupac Shakur's untimely death has once again been thrust into the limelight. Only time will tell if these renewed conversations and speculations will finally lead to the unmasking of the truth behind one of hip-hop's most enduring mysteries.
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