Tupac Shakur Murder Suspect Sentenced To 10 Years Following Investigation
25 April 2019, 10:33 | Updated: 26 April 2019, 11:09
The legendary rapper Tupac Shakur's murder suspect has been sentenced to 10 years after being discovered of committing a serious crime...
A suspect throughout Tupac's murder case was a South Side Compton Crips gang leader called Darnell Brim. The authorities believed the crips gang leader was one of four men who were riding in the white Cadillac that fired at Suge Knight's car, and killed Shakur.
Tupac's murder has remained unsolved and investigators have tried time and time again to get to the bottom of the murder case. The authorities were not able to prove Brim's involvement in the murder case.
However, in a case separate to the murder of Tupac Shakur, reports have emerged that Brim has been sentenced to 10 years for a 2013 arrest for drug trafficking.
According to TMZ Agents for The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives discovered Brim was attempting to sell crack cocaine during a sting operation.
Darnell Brim has pleaded guilty to two felonies of conspiracy to distribute crack and distribution of crack. As a result of this, he has been sentenced to 10 years in prison.
In Tupac's murder case, he has never been charged for anything related to the killing of Tupac. Just two days after Tupac's murder, Brim suffered injury as he got shot in a drive-by shooting in Compton.
Police reportedly believe that it was "pay back" for Tupac's death.