Footage Surfaces Of Police Raiding Home In Connection To 2Pac's Murder

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A new clip shows the home of Keefe D's wife being raided earlier this week.

Earlier this week, it was reported that Las Vegas police raided a home in connection to the murder of 2Pac. Newly-surfaced footage obtained by TMZ shows the raid being carried out on the evening of July 17. The raid took place at a home in Henderson, NV, a city close to Las Vegas. In the clip, various police vehicles are seen pulling into the neighborhood. They turn their attention to one home in particular, giving directions to the residents inside through a megaphone.

One member of law enforcement instructs the two people to exit the home with their hands up and empty. They're then told to walk backwards towards police. As the raid is carried out, a woman is also told to put down her cigarettes, and a man is shouted at to drop his phone. It's unclear whether or not the two individuals were taken into police custody. The home was reportedly searched for up to two hours. Apparently, the home in question is owned by a woman named Paula Clemons, the wife of Duane “Keefe D” Davis.

Police Raid Home Owned By The Wife Of Keefe D

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Keefe D is known to have been a Crip at some point in his life, and has also spoken on 2Pac's fatal shooting in the past. According to him, his nephew Orlando Anderson was responsible for the icon's death. Keefe D claims that he was even in the car with Anderson at the time of the shooting. It's unconfirmed whether or not Keefe D and Clemons are still living at the home that was raided, or if they're the ones seen being removed in the clip. Allegedly, the residents who were removed from the home also threatened reporters on the scene. They reportedly claimed that “things would escalate” if they didn't back off.

Anderson got into an altercation with the late rapper at the MGM Grand the night of the shooting on September 7, 1996. He was almost immediately named as a suspect in 2Pac's murder. He was never charged, and passed away in 1998 as the result of a gunshot wound.

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Caroline Fisher is a News Writer at HotNewHipHop from Chicago, Illinois. She started at HNHH this year, and has since spent her time writing about all that is newsworthy in the world of hip-hop. With a drive for hunting down the hottest stories, she enjoys documenting new developments in culture and entertainment. She also has an appreciation for hip-hop and seeks to cover the most important trends and shifts. She has a Bachelor of Arts which she received at the University of Illinois at Chicago. Having graduated in 2022, she majored in English with a concentration in Media, Rhetoric and Cultural Studies. Specializing all things music, pop culture and entertainment, some of her favorite musical artists include Snoop Dogg, OutKast, and Nicki Minaj. When she’s not writing about music she’s also a fan of attending shows, watching the latest movies, staying up-to-date with current events, photography, and poetry.