Confession made in Tupac murder case

BY SAMANTHA COSTANZO
Posted on AUG 11, 2019

Duane Keith Davis, a former gangster better known as Keefe D, says that he knows who shot the late rapper Tupac Shakur, according to-Esquire.

Duane Keith Davis, a former gangster better known as Keefe D, says that he knows who shot the late rapper Tupac Shakur, according toEsquire.

Davis says that the shots came from the backseat of the car he was in, but will not name the killer due to the "street code."
The car's occupants were looking for revenge after Tupac's entourage beat up a member of Davis's, he said. Tupac was then shot four times in a drive-by shooting and died six days later.

The confession is part of the upcoming Netflix documentaryUnsolved: The Tupac and Biggie Murders.Davis recorded his confession under immunity from prosecution, but previously admitted his involvement in the documentaryDeath Row Chronicles.

"I'm the only one alive who can really tell you the story about the Tupac killing," Davis says in the interview. "I have cancer, and I have nothing left to lose. All I care about now is the truth."

A police investigation named Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, the victim of the beating, as the murderer at the time, but the producers of Netflix's doc are seeking further action against Davis, who has not been charged with being an accessory to murder following his confession.

"I just think it's outrageous," said executive producer Kyle Long