Tupac Shakur was killed in 1996 on a shooting trip in Las Vegas. Now an Outlawz member says that another member saw the shooter
A friend of Tupac Shakur, who was in his entourage the night the rapper was gunned down in 1996 in Las Vegas, actually saw his killer in the seconds before the fatal shots.
Tupac was near the rap group Outlawz at the time of the shooting, and some of them were with him the night he was killed.
Napoleon, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, said in a live session on YouTube that his fellow Outlawz member, Yaki Kadafi, really set eyes on the shooter.
Napoleon said that during the session & # 39; Kadafi actually saw the person who killed Pac & # 39 ;, he added: & # 39; Said the guy stared at him, took out his arm and saw that in the shot you know what I want to say & # 39;
"They witnessed it, the Outlawz was there, but Kadafi saw the guy.
The boy looked at Gaddafi and Gaddafi stared back at him.
And Kadafi did not wait, he did not know what was going to happen until he saw an arm come out the window.
In 1996, in Las Vegas, the rapper Tupac Shakur was shot to death by an unknown shooter while riding the horse of Death Row Records, Suge Knight, who survived the shooting, behind the police tape at the scene of the crime.
He also says he does not believe that the man who saw Kadafi was Orlando Anderson, known as "Baby Lane", a member of the notorious gang of the Crips, and that the police once mentioned as the main suspect.
Two months after the shooting, at 19 years of age, Kadafi died in an "accidental shooting" & # 39; in New Jersey.
Napoleon added: "Why did not Kadafi tell the police? & # 39;
"You have to understand where we came from at that particular moment, as Kadafi told the police, he did not want to participate with the police."
& # 39; That's a code of the streets & # 39;
Baby Lane was murdered two years later, in 1998 in a shootout in Compton.
This comes immediately after Suge Knight's son claims that Pac still lives and lives in Malaysia.
Suge Knight was the president of Tupac's Death Row Records label. Knight has just been sentenced to 28 years behind bars for the hit and death of a man while filming & # 39; Straight Outta Compton & # 39;
His son, Suge J. Knight, came to Instagram earlier this month with a series of publications that raised the idea that the fatal shooting of the September 7, 1996 icon was a hoax, and that Shakur is alive and well in Malaysia.
He posted a quote that read: "Tupac is alive", followed by an exchange of texts in which someone wrote to him: "You said [too] much. It's time for you to leave.
He added shots that showed a man who looked like an older incarnation of rapper California Love posed in a selfie, as well as artists like 50 Cent and Beyoncé, with the latter in current forms.
Suge J. Knight made numerous references to the participation of the Illuminati with the alleged cover-up, and said that he was "not drugged" when raising the discordant accusations.
This summer, Vegas police said they would reopen. While the police force says they are no closer to making arrests, they will continue to examine the case for new evidence.
In the documentary "Unresolved, the murders of Tupac and Biggie," Anderson's uncle, Keefe D, who was riding in a car with him, alleges that it was he who pulled the trigger.
The fans have asked to arrest him, claiming that he was an accessory to murder.
Police in Las Vegas say he is not close to putting handcuffs on anyone, but he continues to examine the evidence.
& # 39; We are aware of the statements made in a BET interview regarding the Tupac case.
"As a result of those statements, we have spent the last few months reviewing the case in its entirety," the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said in a statement.
Napoleon, former member of Outlawz, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, says his partner Yaki Kadafi saw the murderer of Tupac
Napoleon (with the snake) says that Outlawz member Yaki Kadafi (kneeling, to the right) saw the murderer of Tupac. Kadafi was killed just two months after Pac was shot and killed in Las Vegas.