Tupac's Alleged Killer Reaffirmed By Lead Detective Years After Unsolved 1996 Murder
18 June 2019, 17:29
The LAPD Detective who worked on Tupac's murder, Greg Kading, has revealed who he believes Tupac's killer is.
A Retired LAPD detective who worked on Tupac's murder case, has reaffirmed his belief that Orlando "Baby" Anderson was the main culprit behind the drive-by-killing. Tupac was fatally shot on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Anderson has been associated with Pac's killing for several years, even though members of the "Keep Ya Head Up" artists' entourage refuted those claims.
Rapper Napoleon, from 'Outlawz' gives a hypothesis and a different theory on Pac's killing, which differs a lot to the LAPD who worked on the case, called Kading.
Napoleon's fellow group member Kadafi, allegedly saw Tupac's killer in plain sight, but couldn't ID within a limited time frame. Also, Kadafi was accidentally shot to death within two months of Pac's death.
ONLY Him & God knows how much I LOVE THIS MAN❤️ His Intellect WAS HEAVEN SENT.. This is A KING whose PURPOSE Of Life is still till this day UNMATCHED #RestInLove2Pac— ☀️IG: ThatsJustNina☀️ (@ThatsJustNina) June 16, 2019
“Happy Birthday @2PAC ”
“I have NO Patience for anybody that DOUBTS ME”
– Tupac Shakur pic.twitter.com/bBO9gjFUmn
Greg Kading (LAPD Detective) appeared on 'Today Australia' and reaffirmed his previous beliefs about Pac's death.
He revealed: "Anderson was the guy that Tupac had a fight with earlier that evening and he came back and retaliated with his crew".
Kading led the first investigation into 2Pac's death and the inquiry of Biggie's murder the following year.
Watch the interview here