NEW AUDIO Confirms Diddy ORDERED 2Pac’s MURD3R | Keefe D Trial Update
In a stunning turn of events, an explosive audio recording has been submitted as evidence in the upcoming trial of Dwan Keith D Davis,
also known as Keefe D, a suspect in the 1996 murd3r of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur.
The tape, obtained by prosecutors, allegedly reveals Keefe D confessing to his involvement
and implicates hip-hop mogul Sean “Diddy” Combs in orchestrating the assassination.
The leaked recording, originally from a 2008 LAPD interview with Keefe D, captures chilling details of Diddy’s alleged role in the plot to kill Tupac and Death Row Records co-founder Suge Knight. Keefe D claims that Diddy offered him a staggering $1 million for the murd3rs during a secret police interview.
The audio recording, recently entered as a key piece of evidence in Tupac’s murder case, could have far-reaching consequences for the music icon.
According to the transcript obtained by sources, Keefe D told LAPD officers that Diddy expressed a deep-seated animosity towards Suge Knight, stating, “I want to get rid of those dudes.” Keefe D further alleged that Diddy discussed his disdain for Knight with gang members who provided security for him after a concert in Anaheim, California.
The recorded confession details the purported order given by Diddy to Keefe D, stating, “He (Diddy) said he would give us anything for those dudes’ heads.” Keefe D claimed that Diddy, driven by fear of Suge Knight, privately gave him the alleged assassination order, emphasizing, “It was just me and him.”
In a shocking twist, the recording suggests that Diddy was pleased with the outcome of Tupac’s murder, as Keefe D alleges Diddy called a contact, Eric Von Zip Martin, to confirm the success of the hit. However, Keefe D claims he never received the promised $1 million from Diddy.
Diddy, who has not commented on the recent developments, is now facing increased scrutiny as the FBI reportedly gathers additional evidence against him. The audio recording is expected to play a pivotal role in Keefe D’s trial, scheduled to commence on June 3, 2024.
The legal saga has taken another unexpected turn with reports that Keefe D might be released from jail and placed under house arrest. Keefe D’s defense, citing his poor health after battling cancer, has requested bail, with a Las Vegas judge setting the amount at $750,000. If granted, this could potentially complicate the prosecution’s efforts to keep Keefe D in custody.
The audio recording, once considered a safeguard under a proffer arrangement with the LAPD, is now a central piece of evidence after prosecutors challenged its authenticity. The defense claims that Keefe D fabricated his role in Tupac’s murder for fame and fortune, a contention hotly debated in court.
As the trial date approaches, the music industry and fans alike brace for the potential fallout from the revelations in the courtroom. The Shakur family has expressed their desire for a thorough investigation into Diddy’s alleged involvement, echoing sentiments from Tupac’s cousin and brother, who believe accountability is overdue.
The stakes are high, and the world awaits the courtroom drama that could reshape the narrative surrounding one of hip-hop’s most enduring mysteries.