By News Express on 02/04/2016
Rap giant P Diddy has blasted sensational claims he hired hitmen to kill Tupac Shakur in 1996.
The multi-millionaire music mogul has broken his silence after a former LAPD cop claimed he hired killers to take out Shakur.
Shakur, 25, was murdered in a drive-by shooting in 1996 in the middle of a feud between rival rap groups from the East and West Coasts of US.
In February, retired detective Greg Kading claimed the ‘hit’ was set-up by Sean ‘P Diddy’ Combs, then known as Puff Daddy.
Now Diddy has broken his silence over the killing while appearing on an American radio show The Breakfast Club.
When asked to address the reports, Diddy said: “We don’t talk about things that are nonsense.
“We don’t even entertain nonsense, my brother.
“So we’re not even going to go there, with all due respect. I appreciate you as a journalist asking. Thank you.”
Kading’s claims appear in a new documentary that suggests Combs hired Crips gang member Duane Keith ‘Keffe D’ Davis to kill Shakur for $1million.
Davis was also allegedly hired to kill Shakur’s manager Marion ‘Suge’ Knight.
The documentary, ‘Murder Rap’, includes a 2008 interview with Keffe where he claims to have heard Diddy issue a call for Tupac’s murder.
Earlier this year, reports that Tupac is still alive went viral.
The Harlem-born rapper, who would now be 44, was said to be very much alive and living a secret life in Cuba.
•Text courtesy of The Sun (London). Photo by Getty Images shows Tupac (left) and Diddy.
Source News Express
Posted 02/04/2016 1:45:05 PM
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