Police Officer Makes Shocking Revelation About P Diddy’s Involvement In Tupac And Biggie Murders
A former LA policeman has alleged that the rapper Notorious B.I.G. was killed in revenge for P Diddy’s contract killing of rap rival Tupac.
The person who murdered Biggie has never been caught and there have been a number of conspiracy theories involving the street gang feuds, police cover-ups and even agencies like the CIA and FBI.
Greg Kading, a former Los Angeles Police Detective, has claimed that P Diddy, real name Sean Combs, is linked to the killing and the murder of Tupac.
Kading claims that Combs offered Crips gang member Duane Keith ‘Keffe D’ Davis $1 million in exchange for killing Tupac and his manager, Marion Hugh ‘Suge’ Knight.
In retaliation for the attack Kading alleges Knight payed $13,000 to Bloods gang member Wardell ‘Poochie’ Fouse to kill Biggie on March 9, 1997.
Astonishingly Kading also claims Keffe D confessed to his crimes but that as both of the ‘trigger men’ were dead they couldn’t be prosecuted and Keffe was protected by U.S. law when he allegedly gave his confession.
Kading told The Sun:
The American law has agreements. They can tell us everything they know about their own involvement in a crime, but we cannot use their own incriminating statements against them.
P Diddy has always denied any connection to either of the murders although when asked about it by radio show host DJ Jojo he declared that they were ‘street issues’.
When confronted with Kading’s claims he told LA Weekly that they were ‘pure fiction and completely ridiculous’.