June 16, 2011 by Post Team
Tupac Shooting, One of the mysteries of the world of hip hop – who killed Tupac Shakur in the lobby of Quad Studios in New York in November 1994, therefore the course catalyze East / West would eventually fight as Shakur and the coast Biggie Smalls killed this rival? Shakur was robbed and then shot him five times, but somehow survived – as a result of the shooting, accused Sean “Puffy” Combs (aka Puff Daddy, aka P. Diddy, alias, etc, etc) and Smalls secure ordering the attack, which leads to a cycle of recrimination and revenge, which led to the deaths of both rappers. If the allegations of Tupac were founded or not, has never been clear, but now the mystery can be solved – according to hip hop website allhiphop.com, a man named Isaac Dexter has apparently confessed to the murder and said that was place in the record executive orders of James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond. Read on for the gory details.
In a letter published by the website, Isaac – who is currently doing a life sentence for murder not related, along with theft, fraud and intimidation of witnesses, who may not speak volumes about his character – says he Rosemond paid and 2, 500 for the shoot. He suggests that he is present now, because he has discovered) that Rosemond was a police informant and b) that Rosemond accused him of being an informant (not the best report for discussion in jail, probably) and c) Rosemond had been saying nasty things about him in public.
The letter is interesting for a couple of reasons. The first is that Isaac claims to have evidence to support his allegations – says he still has a gold chain he stole from Tupac on the night of the shooting. The second and more explosive, the reason is that it also brings up the name of Combs. Isaac Combs gets accused of participating directly, but there’s certainly an implication that he had something to do with the sordid business – near the end of his letter, Isaac writes: “[Rosemond], and Puffy like to go all innocent like, but as the saying goes, you can fool some of the people of the time, but you can not fool all the people all the time. “Rosemond He will ask,” Are you going to turn into swollen when federal agents reach you? ”
Tupac no doubt thought two combs and Rosemond were involved in shooting – a track called “Against All Odds” (published posthumously), which he called “the promise of a payback, Jimmy’s henchman, in due time” and promised “Every war was eye for an eye” – a promise that later came true, with disastrous results for everyone involved. None of this, of course, sheds some light on who actually killed him – there is no suggestion that Isaac had something to do with shooting the latter, and not about a gazillion theory as to who was responsible (including at least one, postulated in Randall Sullivan’s book LAbryrinth that was Tupac’s own record label boss Suge Knight, who ordered his death). Letter of Isaac, however, implies that he knows more than he is leaving “. I will not talk about the death of my friend Biggie 2Pac or death … I’ll do it later”
Somewhat incongruously, the letter ends with an appeal “. If anyone has any doubt … or just wants to be friends with a real soldier fighting for his life in prison, please write” We feel that the police can do just that – and maybe the world has not seen the end of all the Tupac / Biggie saga at the moment.
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