In a surprising twist, ex-LAPD detective Greg Kading recently spoke to The New York Times, revealing an explosive allegation involving Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs and the notorious murders of 2Pac and Suge Knight.

According to Kading, Duane ‘Keefe D’ Davis, who was arrested last year for his alleged connection to the 1996 murder of 2Pac, accused Diddy of ordering a hit on the iconic rapper and Suge Knight back in 1995. Kading recalls that Keefe D spoke about a meeting held by Diddy in a hotel room during a Summer Jam tour, where he allegedly offered $1 million to anyone who would take care of the job. ‘Man, we’ll wipe their a— out quick,’ Keefe D reportedly responded.

The following year, 2Pac was tragically shot in a drive-by in Vegas. This incident occurred shortly after an alleged physical altercation between 2Pac and Keefe D’s nephew, Orlando Anderson, at a Mike Tyson fight. 2Pac succumbed to his injuries just days later in a hospital.

In his 2019 memoir ‘Compton Street Legend,’ Keefe D wrote about the tension with 2Pac, claiming he had armed himself and searched the city for the rapper and Knight. He admitted to passing the gun to his nephew, who allegedly shot 2Pac four times, leading to his death. This memoir came before his 2023 arrest.

These claims add another layer of complexity to the already convoluted and tragic story of 2Pac’s murder, stirring up discussions and theories that have persisted for decades.

Greg Kading’s account brings forth shocking allegations that continue to fuel the mystery surrounding the deaths of two of hip-hop’s most significant figures. Whether or not these claims hold water remains to be seen, but they undoubtedly add to the ongoing conversation about one of the music industry’s most infamous unsolved cases.

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