Lets learn about the Keefe D confession
Duane Keith Davis, also known as “Keefe D,” a former gangster associated with the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, has acknowledged that he is aware of the identity of the person who fatally shot the rapper.
Keefe D, who is the uncle of Orlando Anderson, the prime suspect in the case, claimed that he was present in the car in Las Vegas when another passenger fired four shots at the 25-year-old music icon, as reported by the Daily Mail.
Recently, Netflix released a new documentary titled “Unsolved: The Tupac and Biggie Murders,” which is based on the investigations conducted by an LAPD task force led by former police officer Greg Kading.
Kading’s findings were primarily derived from a recorded statement by Davis made under immunity.
The documentary also features an interview with Keefe D, during which he was asked about the individuals responsible for Tupac’s shooting, specifically mentioning “Big Dre” and Orlando.
Keefe D confession
In response, Keefe D alluded to the “code of the streets” and suggested that the information came from someone in the backseat.
Kyle Long, the executive producer of Netflix’s “Unsolved,” has called upon the Las Vegas Police Department to take action against Keefe D, as reported by the Daily Star.
Long expressed his outrage that Keefe D openly confessed to being an accessory to murder on television, yet no apparent action had been taken by law enforcement.
Months before the release of the Netflix documentary, in a separate production titled “Death Row Chronicles,” Davis revealed that he was now ill and expressed his desire to disclose the events of that fateful September night.
He stated that he was a former drug dealer and a prominent figure in Compton, emphasizing that he is the only living individual who can provide insights into the Tupac killing.
Davis explained that people had been pursuing him for two decades, and he was coming forward now due to his battle with cancer and his desire to reveal the truth.
However, once again, he did not explicitly identify the person responsible for the murder.
Tupac Shakur passed away six days after the shooting incident on September 7.
He was driving with Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight when a shooter in a white Cadillac pulled up alongside their BMW, which was stopped at a traffic light.
The rapper sustained gunshot wounds to the chest, thigh, and arm. To date, no one has been convicted of his murder.
Davis asserted that his nephew, Orlando Anderson, had been assaulted and beaten by Tupac and members of his entourage, fueling his desire for revenge.
Anderson was reportedly associated with the notorious Crips gang, while some of Tupac’s associates were linked to their rival, the equally infamous Bloods gang.
Anderson himself died in a gang-related shooting in 1998 but consistently denied involvement in Tupac’s murder.