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Breakthrough in Tupac Shakur Murder Case: Suspect Duane “Keffe D” Davis Indicted in 1996 Drive-By Shooting

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Breakthrough in Tupac Shakur Murder Case- Suspect Duane Keffe D Davis Indicted in 1996 Drive-By Shooting
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A breakthrough has emerged in the long-standing mystery surrounding the 1996 drive-by shooting that claimed the life of the legendary rapper Tupac Shakur, also spelled 2Pac. The Associated Press has reported that a Nevada grand jury has formally indicted Duane “Keffe D” Davis, aged 60, in connection with the tragic event. This significant development was announced by prosecutors on Friday, September 29.

In a remarkable twist, Davis had long been on the radar of investigators due to his own admissions, both in numerous interviews and in his revealing 2019 memoir titled “Compton Street Legend.” In his memoir, he openly confessed to being present in the Cadillac from which the fatal shots were fired on September 7, 1996, leading to the untimely demise of Shakur. At the time of the incident, Shakur was 25 years old.

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Notably, Reggie Wright Jr., who had served as the head of security for Death Row Records, raised suspicions last year regarding heightened activity surrounding the 2Pac murder case. He speculated that authorities were intensifying their efforts to solve the case and even remarked that “Keefe D [has] been having the runs for the last two weeks… because yeah, they are knocking on doors and there’s some activity.”

Adding another layer to the unfolding story, Las Vegas police executed a search warrant at a residence linked to Davis in mid-July. The warrant explicitly stated that they were searching for items related to the murder of Tupac Shakur. During the raid, authorities seized multiple computers, a cellphone, a hard drive, a Vibe magazine featuring Shakur, several .40-caliber bullets, two containers with photographs, and a copy of Davis’ memoir.

At the time of his tragic demise, Tupac Shakur had just released his fourth solo album, “All Eyez on Me.” This groundbreaking album continued to dominate the charts, selling an astounding 5 million copies and receiving six Grammy Award nominations.

The indictment of Duane “Keffe D” Davis marks a significant step forward in the quest for justice surrounding the murder of Tupac Shakur, a legendary figure in the world of hip-hop whose legacy continues to influence and inspire artists and fans worldwide.

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Diddy Accused of Sexual Harassment & Assault From ‘The Love Album’ Producer

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Diddy faces new legal challenges as he is implicated in yet another lawsuit, accused of sexual harassment, sexual assault, and illicit drugging by a producer who contributed to his recent album, The Love Album: Off the Grid.

In the legal filing, Rodney “Lil Rod” Jones alleges that he lived with Diddy from September 2022 to November 2023, during which Diddy coerced Jones into arranging sex workers, pressured him into unwelcome sexual acts, and provided spiked alcoholic beverages at his parties.

Seeking $30 million in damages, Jones lists Diddy’s son Justin, chief of staff Kristina Khorram, Universal Music Group CEO Sir Lucian Grainge, and former Motown Records CEO Ethiopia Habtemariam as co-defendants. Jones claims they collaborated in a “RICO enterprise” that failed to adequately oversee the actions of Diddy, his son, and his chief of staff.

Jones’ lawyer, Tyrone Blackburn, states, “Throughout his time with Mr. Combs, Mr. Jones witnessed, experienced, and endured many things that went far beyond his role as a Producer on the Love album,” emphasizing that Combs “required” constant recording.

Filed on Tuesday, Feb. 27, in the U.S District Court for the Southern District of New York, the 75-page lawsuit also involves City Girls’ Yung Miami, Diddy’s girlfriend at the time; detailing a sexual assault by Yung Miami’s female cousin in the presence of Combs and his staff.

Responding to the allegations, Diddy’s attorney, Shawn Holley, counters the claims as “pure fiction” and asserts that they have “overwhelming, indisputable proof of their lies.” “We will address these outlandish allegations in court and take all appropriate action against those who make them.”

This comes after a previous legal dispute initiated by Cassie, a former Bad Boy artist, in November, alleging control, rape, and prolonged abuse by Diddy over a decade. The parties settled within 24 hours of the filing.

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J. Cole Previews New Music & Creates A New Instagram Account

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Earlier this afternoon, J. Cole surprised fans with a rare Instagram Story post directing them to a new account, @mightdeletelater26. The “26” in the handle pays homage to Fayetteville’s 2-6 and is a clear indication that this is Cole’s burner account.

In a 10-minute video on the new account, J. Cole takes us behind the scenes of his upcoming album, “The Fall Off.” During the video, the “First Person Shooter” rapper talks about how he’s fallen off in his production skills, shows studio collaborations with Tay Keith and Metro Boomin, and a recording session of the track ‘She Knows,’ among other highlights.

Titled “Might Delete Later, Vol. 1,” the vlog offers fans a sneak peek of a brand new track where the “First Person Shooter” draws parallels between his highly anticipated album and Jay-Z‘s legendary debut “Reasonable Doubt.”

“There’s not a rap n—a breathing that could outlast/ The Fall-Off is like Hov dropping Reasonable Doubt last,” he spits.

Watch the official vlog above.

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Meek Mill Drops Vory from Dreamchasers After Leaked Footage Shows Him Threatening Girlfriend

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Meek Mill has recently severed ties with Dreamchasers artist Vory following the emergence of a troubling video depicting Vory threatening his girlfriend with violence.

Vory, who has been associated with Dreamchasers since 2022, boasts an impressive musical portfolio with collaborations alongside prominent artists such as Kanye West on three tracks from ‘DONDA’ – ‘God Breathed,’ ‘Jonah,’ and ‘No Child Left Behind.’ He has also worked with Gunna, NAV and others. His debut album, ‘Lost Souls,’ was released in 2022.

Taking to Twitter, Meek Mill announced Vory being dropped from the Dreamchasers imprint, citing concerns about Vory’s mental state. Meek stated, “This guy is not a dream chaser! He has a mental problem! We cutting ties we don’t care how ya music sound.”


The decision came after Vory allegedly avoided Meek’s attempts at communication, with Meek expressing frustration over the situation. Meek emphasized, “He been ducking my calls for months telling people I’m threatening him… stopped alot of people dude he is not dreamchaser!”

In response, Vory’s ex-girlfriend addressed the incident on her Instagram Stories, accusing him of trying to tarnish her reputation. She revealed, “@Vory you are a disgusting person, you want to paint me out to be this ‘whore’ / bad person. When it’s you!! I don’t want to be with you or take your Valentine’s Day gift or spend time with you as a family because of all this shit you’ve put me through for TWO years so you go on social media and tell lies and try to spread this false narrative.”

Vory initially gained recognition in 2015 with his debut mixtape ‘Overdose‘ under the alias King Vory. The project featured collaborations with local talents such as Wuntayk Timmy and Bryson Tiller, along with Lil Bibby, A.D., and Johnny Cinco across its 18 tracks.

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