Tupac Shakur’s Killer Has Been ‘Revealed’ By LAPD Officer On His 48th Birthday

He’s convinced this is the truth.

One of the great unsolved mysteries that I don’t think will ever actually be confirmed revolves around the identity of the killer of Tupac Shakur, but a former LAPD investigator who worked on the case has decided to reveal who he thinks pulled the trigger on the eve of what would have been Tupac’s 48th birthday.

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Greg Kading has decided to tell us that he thinks Orland ‘Baby’ Anderson – a South Compton Crip rival gang member – was the man behind Tupac’s death, saying the following to Today Australia:

Anderson was the guy that Tupac had a fight with earlier that evening and he came back and retaliated with his crew.

There’s really not much mystery behind these murders, even though there’s a bunch of conspiracy surrounding them.

When you just get down to the brass tacks of it they’re relatively simple.

I’ve spoken to Biggie and Tupac’s families and they all agree.

All of the facts and evidence point to one thing and one thing only.

They recognise that also and we’ve all embraced each other and recognise this to be the conclusive and definitive truth behind the murders.

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Well, glad Kading’s cleared that one up so definitively. Not really sure that he has though as even though he says all the facts and evidence point to this Baby guy, he hasn’t actually mentioned any of them unfortunately, so I dunno if I’m buying it.

There’s also the fact that even as recently as 2016 in a documentary, Kading claimed that Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs paid a Crips gang member Duane Keith ‘Keffe D’ Davis $1million to carry out Tupac’s murder. Guess that ‘evidence’ in the mean time must have caused him to change his mind.

Of course, Baby himself was conveniently gunned down in a gang related crime back in 1999, so there’s no way for him to confirm or deny all this. So Kading’s ‘reveal’ hasn’t really been that useful but I guess it’s another theory for a question that we’ll never convincingly know the answer. Great.

For more of the same, check out this theory that Tupac is still alive and living in Cuba. Sure.


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