The retired detective who investigated the murders of American rappers Tupac and Biggie will lift the cover on the unresolved cases during a world tour through Australia.
Greg Kading, 56, was the lead investigator of the Los Angeles Task Force who discussed the case with the deaths of the greatest rappers of all time in 1996 and 1997.
His Australian tour, The Murders of Tupac and Biggie: A Night with Greg, focused on giving hip-hop fans and & # 39; true-crime fanatics & # 39; conclusion by revealing who really killed the rappers and letting conspiracy theories rest.
& # 39; We'll look at the full details of the murder investigation and use a music component for the show and go back in time to the 90s, & # 39; Kading told Daily Mail Australia.
The LAPD detective who investigated the murders of Tupac and Biggie will reveal the truth about the murders during his very first tour in Australia
The Murders of Tupac and Biggie: A Night with Greg, gives hip hop fans and & # 39; closure & # 39; of true crime enthusiasts. The tour starts with the first show in Brisbane on July 26, followed by events in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth
& # 39; It is our intention that history can be heard and corrected as opposed to being entangled in conspiracy. & # 39;
Former James James James, chief security officer for Death Row Records, who was in Las Vegas the night Tupac was shot, will also take the stage in his first public appearance.
The tour starts with the first show in Brisbane on July 26, followed by events in Melbourne, Sydney, Adelaide and Perth.
& # 39; We will talk about why conspiracy theories are wrong and there is a definitive conclusion: it was a rivalry between record companies, rivalry between Tupac and Biggie and rivalry between the Crips and the Bloods, & # 39; said Kading.
West Coast rapper Tupac Shakur, 25, was shot four times in the chest during a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. He died on September 13.
About six months later, on March 9, 1997, The Notorious B.I.G, also known as Biggie Smalls, 24, was shot in a similar incident in Los Angeles.
No one has ever fallen prey to his death and things remain unresolved.
But over the years, the authorities have identified both the shooters and the co-conspirators who orchestrated the fatal hits, Kading revealed.
Revealed: Kading claims that Southside Crips gangway Orlando & # 39; Baby Lane & # 39; Anderson (left) was responsible for Tupac's death while Wardell Fouse (right) killed Biggie
In retaliation for the murder of Tupac, Suge Knight (photo on the right with Tupac) hired rivals Blood Ward Wardell & # 39; Poochie & # 39; to kill Biggie Smalls for only $ 13,000
Kading claimed that Southside Crips gang member Duane Keith & # 39; Keffe D & # 39; Davis reportedly was hired to Shakur and his manager Marion Hugh & # 39; Suge & # 39; Kill Knight for $ 1 million.
But on the night of the deadly shooting, Keffe & # 39; s cousin Orlando & # 39; Baby Lane & # 39; Anderson claims the one who shot the rapper.
In retaliation for the murder of Tupac, Suge hired rival Blood-gang member Wardell & Poochie & # 39; to kill Biggie Smalls for just $ 13,000.
Both Fouse and Anderson were later killed in gang-related shootouts.
& # 39; Orlando Anderson and Wardell Fouse – we absolutely know for sure that these are the shooters, & # 39; said Kading.
& # 39; There are co-conspirators who know that this is the shooter. & # 39;
But despite years of investigations, tips from informers and other evidence, Kading said the case will never be prosecuted.
& # 39; There are confessions from people who participated in the actual murder itself and they have explained their role and that information has been confirmed.
& # 39; This was in 2009, so by then the real shooters were dead. & # 39;
Icons: Tupac depicted with Diddy and Biggie Smalls
Despite years of research, tips from informers and other evidence, Kading said the case will never be prosecuted.
Kading said that witnesses and co-conspirators have come forward to disclose information under a & # 39; Proffer Session & # 39; which they can confess without burdening themselves.
& # 39; By the time this dynamic came to light, the case became unenforceable. The case has been resolved but is non-prosecutable, & he said.
& # 39; Because other co-conspirators are dead and these other gang members are drug traffickers and have committed perjury – although the information has been confirmed – they will still be discredited. & # 39;
The upcoming tour offers fans a meet-and-greet opportunity at the end of the show where they can ask Kading questions.
& # 39; What we are trying to do is give people the chance to come and if you give them the knowledge, that they know with confidence what happened and that they have communicated with someone who has a direct personal relationship with it & # 39; he said.
Music from both artists will be included in the shows, along with MC Nick Nunan.
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