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Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Murder Rap and millions of other books are available for site Kindle. Greg Kading is an American author and former Los Angeles Police Department detective best known for working on a multi law-enforcement task force that investigated the murders of rap stars Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls. In September , he self-published the book Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie. Murder Rap book. Read 27 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Two of the most notorious unsolved cases in the annals of American crime.
I'm not saying it was Suge Knight Oops fake spoiler alert. Let's start at the beginning. Who shot Biggie and 2Pac? We all know the official story. After the fight, 2Pac, Suge Knight and the rest of their entourage got into a confrontation with a Crips gang member. Shorty afterwards, he was killed in a drive-by shooting at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane.
Wallace's wrongful death lawsuit centered on a popular conspiracy theory that the police covered up an officer's involvement in her son's murder. It was Kading's task to disprove the theory posited in the suit, along with many others swirling around. Kading claims that once his team found enough evidence to exonerate the LAPD, the re-investigation of the murders was essentially dropped. In , the department took Kading off the task force due to an internal affairs investigation on a separate matter.
He also achieved the highest ranking for an investigator that the LAPD gives. In , he retired from the department. The next year he published his book about the rappers' case.
Anderson and Fouse have both died of apparently unrelated causes. HuffPost could not reach Combs for this story, but left multiple messages for his manager and publicist, which were not returned. Knight's lawyer likewise did not immediately respond to messages from HuffPost. And HuffPost could not find contact information for Keffe D. Combs answered as if he seemingly had some knowledge of what had happened, declaring, "Those are street issues.
Kading, of course, disagrees. He said he had been chosen for the task force due to his experience in gang-related and narcotics crimes, along with cold-case homicides.
But the effort ended before any suspects were brought to court. Since then, the case has grown even colder. Additional people who might have known something about the rappers' murders have died.
Kading's claims appear unlikely to ever go to court. That is, unless he's sued by one of the accused, such as Combs or Knight. I am very, very confident in the case. Biggie ordered the hit on 2Pac. Notorious B.
Close friends turned enemies. Once upon a time Biggie and 2Pac were homies. Then 2Pac got shot multiple times outside the Quad Studio building where biggie and Puffy were recording. What followed was the beginning of the famed rivalry between the East Coast and the West Coast. He recorded the greatest diss song ever made by an artist, in which he claimed to have had sexual intercourse with Biggie's wife.
The masterpiece was called Hit 'Em Up. Ah, classic.
Biggie was not a happy camper. He was probably like, ' Lucy, Faith you got some 'splainin' to do! It's no secret that Biggie has cheated on Faith numerous times. She said she didn't know he was on Death Row when they recorded together. What the what. Stop lying Faith. Something happened between them. I mean, I wouldn't say no to 2Pac. This is my least favorite theory.
I don't think Biggie killed 2pac. I refuse to believe it! It was P. Puff Daddy. Mr Dad.
Whatever, let's call him Puffy. And Suge, being Suge, hired a Bloods gang member to kill Biggie as retaliation. Seems legit. I used to love watching Puffy's videos back when MTV was still cool. I didn't realise just how shady Puffy is. The word on the street is Puffy set 2Pac up not once, but twice.
He definitely had reasons to hate him. I don't believe he had anything to do with Biggie's murder. They were close friends and partners.
But hey, what do I know. Why, you ask? Because FBI hated hip hop.
According to some, the FBI killed both to 'put an end to violent rap culture. I won't even try to explain this.
Every time something bad happens - everyone blames the Illuminati. And he might have been involved in 2Pac's murder.
My whole childhood has been a lie. It was aliens. My second favorite theory- 2Pac and Biggie are still alive and living in Cuba. Awesome, right?
Suge is a genius. And we're back to Suge Knight again. My favorite theory. Here it goes.
Suge Knight was the most feared and powerful CEO in the record industry. Suge had LAPD officers on his payroll. He also had ties with the Bloods. He has a long history of beating up and intimidating people.
His girlfriend was about to testify against him in court when she mysteriously disappeared.