Las Vegas authorities have a suspect in mind and expect to make an imminent arrest soon
Las Vegas, Nevada – It’s been nearly 30 years since the death of the late hip-hop icon, Tupac Shakur. His life story has been told in multiple books, films, news articles, and more, but none have been able to provide an answer to the cliffhanger of the story… Who killed Tupac Shakur?
Now 27 years later, Las Vegas authorities believe that they may have the final answer to the question. Multiple media outlets are reporting that Las Vegas expects to make an arrest very soon. The person that the authorities are targetting gangbanger, Keefe D (Duane Keith Davis), a member of the Southside Compton Crips.
It has long been suspected that Keefe D’s relative, Orlando Anderson, was the murderer. Shakur and several members of Death Row Records jumped Anderson in a Las Vegas casino, and Anderson later retaliated against Shakur by killing him. But before authorities could arrest Anderson, he was shot down and murdered in a gang-related shooting in Los Angeles.
Now, Keefe D has been reported to have told multiple people and even shared in a memoir that he was involved in the murder of Tupac Shakur. Due to these confessions, authorities have recently searched the home of Keefe D’s wife.
Is Keefe D. the missing piece to Shakur’s murder that everyone has been looking for these past 27 years?