tupac shakurFormer artist and Outlawz rapper napoleon agree with the story Duane Keith “Keef D” Davis He was in jail and was charged with Pac’s murder because he did not stop Pac’s verbal abuse.
On Tuesday, Napoleon spoke to Art of Dialogue (coincidentally, one of the platforms where Keef spoke passionately about his role in the Tupac incident), but he had little sympathy for Keef’s situation.
Napoleon never garnered enough attention to see Keef’s full interview, but he did openly boast about being in the car involved in Tupac’s murder, so the pursuit of influence was He said he thinks he took advantage of the man.
Mr. Keef turned 60 in June, but Mr. Napoleon is not only too old for cyberbanking, but also reliving Tupac’s murder nearly 30 years after it occurred. He says it’s a stupid thing to do.
Despite Keef’s remorse, Napoleon says if Tupac had survived the shooting, he wouldn’t have wanted Keef to do it. rot in prison — Reverberating emotions Suge Knighthe was driving a BMW when he and Puck were shot.
Suga called TMZ He was released from prison this week, but was triple-downed for disavowing the deceased, who was Keef’s relative, as well as refusing to condemn Keef under any circumstances. orlando andersonpulled the trigger.
Orlando was Keefe’s nephew, long believed to be the shooter, and was killed in a 1998 shooting. Shug and Keefe are the last of the six men involved in the 1996 mass shooting to survive.
Tupac’s own father has also discredited the Orlando shooter with a bit of a conspiracy theory…he claims the government killed his son and Keef is just a pawn.
We covered it all in the latest episode of TMZ Podcastavailable on all podcast platforms.
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