An LAPD investigator explores claims that Diddy hired Tupac Shakur's killer in a documentary coming to Netflix.
Tupac Shakur was only 25 years old when he passed in 1996. People have been searching for answers (and culprits) ever since, but the LAPD’s numerous investigations haven’t been able to identify the killer. Numerous conspiracy theories have floated around, going as far as to suggest that Tupac feigned his death and is sipping tropical drinks on an island somewhere.
In a new documentary, former LAPD detective Greg Kading is asserting that he it was Diddy (formerly Puff Daddy) who engineered the killings. He claims he has heard a first-hand report of a meeting in which Diddy told a room full of Crips that he'd "give anything for Pac and Suge Knight's heads."
Kading has an inside perspective on the case, as he was assigned to lead an internal investigation on the Notorious B.I.G.’s death after his mother Voletta Wallace filed a wrongful death lawsuit. The suit claimed that B.I.G. was killed by a corrupt LAPD cop, but the investigation eventually cleared the cop of any involvement in Christopher Wallace’s death. However, in the process Kading became convinced it was Diddy who hired the killers to eliminate Shakur and his label boss Suge Knight.
In the documentary “Murder Rap,” Kalig outlines his theories and supports them with never before seen interviews and audio clips. The documentary is based on Kalig’s book of the same title that released in 2011. For what it’s worth, Diddy firmly denied the accusations, calling them “pure fiction and completely ridiculous.
The documentary is coming to Netflix very soon, so you can watch it and decide for yourself is Kading is on to something.