Orlando Anderson's Uncle Keefe D Confesses To his Role In the Murder of Tupac

HipHop News Posted on July 2, 2018 at 8:08am

Orlando Anderson's Uncle Keefe D Confesses To his Role In the Murder of Tupac

"I have cancer and nothing more to lose," the ex-gangster says in a new interview.

Los Angeles, CA – the murder of rap legend Tupac Shakur remains one of the most infamous unsolved murders to date. Now, a former mobster who is the uncle of one of the main suspects has come forward and confessed his role in the 1996 killing.

Duane Keith Davis, known on the streets as "Keefe D," is the uncle of Orlando Anderson, the only suspect arrested for the murder of Tupac Shakur. Anderson, who died in 1998, as a result of a gang shooting, has always denied his involvement in the murder of All Eyez on Me creator.

However, according to Davis, it was he who was in the car when another passenger shot Tupac four times.

Davis initially spoke in a documentary titled the Death row Chronicles, in which he claimed that he was "the only one alive" that you can tell the world what happened on the night of September 7, 1996.

Stating that people have been looking for him to tell his story for more than 20 years, she decided to come forward now because he has cancer, and therefore, he has nothing to lose.

"All that interests me now is the truth," he said.

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However, Davis still refuses to name the actual triggerman, claiming that to do so would "violate the code of the street", while also cla

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