News: 2pac Shakur’s Killer Finally Revealed in New Documentary



News: 2pac Shakur’s Killer Finally Revealed in New DocumentaryNews: 2pac Shakur’s Killer Finally Revealed in New Documentary

LEGENDARY rapper Tupac Shakur was tragically shot dead back in 1996 – and two US cops have sensationally named who they believe his killer was.

The rapper had sold over 75 million records worldwide, making him one of the best-selling music artists of all time

Now detectives Tim Bennan and Robert Ladd have revealed their belief that rival gangster Orlando Anderson, then 23, was the killer.

Their views are revealed in a new Fox documentary – Who Shot Biggie & Tupac?

Speaking in the doc, Ladd said: “They had all these other theories going on, but it was a really simple gang one-on-one to Tim and I.”We believe Orlando Anderson was the one who did it.”

Officers Brennan and Ladd, from the Compton Police Department in California, were already investigating Anderson for another murder.

And they were called in to help Las Vegas Police Department investigate Tupac’s death.

The cops say that in the immediate aftermath they heard Anderson was boasting to people about the infamous killing.

Anderson was believed to have been assaulted by Tupac, in revenge of robbing his friend earlier that year, in the Las Vegas MGM Grand just hours before the shooting.

Tupac was hit four times in the chest, arm and thigh and died six days later.

His entourage had been driving from Mike Tyson’s boxing match with Bruce Sheldon to a nightclub when the attack happened.

Anderson was himself shot dead in Compton following a gun battle over a financial dispute in 1998.

He always denied he was involved in the shooting and no charges were ever brought against him. Conspiracy theories abound that Tupac is still alive and he faked his own death.

Numerous sightings have been made of the music star.

Watch the Video documentary below and see a timeline of his death:

A timeline of Tupac Shakur's shooting

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