After 20+ years, and many documentaries, police say they are close to making an arrest in the murder of Tupac Shakur.
KTNV in Las Vegas reports that an arrest is in the works for the person that murdered of Tupac Shakur in 1996.
This potential break comes after a confession in a new documentary.
Duane Keith Davis says he was in the car when a fellow passenger and relative, Orlando Anderson, shot and killed Tupac. Anderson was killed two years later in 1998. Anderson had always denied any involvement in the incident.
Davis goes on to say he’s opening up now because of health issues.
Davis said he was in the car as Anderson allegedly opened fire on September 7, 1996.
He said he is opening up now because he has cancer.
KTNV reports reaching out to the Las Vegas Police but has yet to receive confirmation on the pending arrest.
On the red carpet of Unsolved: The Murders of Biggie and Tupac, BSO spoke to Shakur’s brother Mopreme who tells us his brother is still alive. To watch our video, plus the news story courtesy of KTNV, flip the pages.