In a shocking turn of events, Las Vegas police have arrested a guy who they believe killed Tupac Shakur.

Duane “Keefe D” Davis was arrested Friday morning. For years, people have thought that he had something to do with Shakur’s death. Davis has already said that he was in the car with the shooter on September 13, 1996, when shots were fired at Shakur. But he has never said the name of the guy who pulled the trigger. For years, the fatal drive-by killing on the Las Vegas Strip has made police, Shakur’s family, and fans angry.


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A lot of different ideas have been put forward about the murder. But the stories about Davis were the only ones that stuck around, even though there wasn’t enough proof in the years before. In July, cops searched Davis’s home in Las Vegas. That being said, they haven’t said what brought them there or what they found during the search that led to his arrest. In his 2019 book “Compton Street Legend,” Davis wrote about the last moments of Shakur’s life.

Then Tupac did something strange: he reached under his seat. It was the only time in my life when I could understand what the cops meant when they said, “Keep your hands where I can see them.” Instead, Pac took out a strap, which set off those fireworks. “One of the guys in the back seat grabbed the Glock and began to bust back,” he wrote.

Shakur and his group got into a fight with Orlando Anderson, Davis’s nephew, hours before he was killed. There was a death in 1998.

At this point, Davis’s exact charges are still unknown, but this new information is sure to get the attention of social media and web detectives everywhere.

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