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Explosive Allegation: Ex-Bodyguard Claims LAPD Responsible for 2Pac’s Murder

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In a shocking revelation, Diddy’s former bodyguard, Gene Deal, has made a startling claim, accusing the Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) of being involved in the murder of 2Pac.

These startling remarks were made during an interview with The Art of Dialogue, where Deal referenced purported statements from Suge Knight, suggesting LAPD complicity in the killings of both 2Pac and The Notorious B.I.G.

“Suge said that Rafael Pérez and David Mack were trying to kill him — those are the same people that were trying to kill B.I.G.,” he stated, referring to the disgraced cops accused of conspiring with Suge Knight to murder the Brooklyn rapper.

“David Mack and Pérez were seen at the scene! They got pictures of them at the scene! Pérez was picking up bullets at the scene! Cops know you do not mess with the evidence … They couldn’t get Puff, and B.I.G. was collateral damage.”

Seeking clarification, the interview asked Deal if he was suggesting that the same individuals responsible for Biggie’s death were also behind 2Pac’s murder. Deal responded, “If Suge says, ‘If you solve one murder, you solve them both,’ I gotta go with the eyewitness”.

However, Deal expressed doubts about why Suge Knight would make such statements, considering contrary claims made by Keefe D, who implicated different individuals in 2Pac’s murder.

Addressing the LAPD’s potential motive, Gene Deal alleged that 2Pac had suspicions that someone at Death Row Records was embezzling money from him. He suggested that this person might have engaged corrupt police officers to orchestrate 2Pac’s assassination and silence the rapper.

Deal emphasized, “What’s the root of all evil? Money. Somebody wanted control of some money. Some people were spending money that they shouldn’t have been spending money. Some people were stealing money that they shouldn’t have been stealing. Some people had money that they shouldn’t have had.”

He added that 2Pac had initiated an audit shortly before his murder to trace his money, leading to employee terminations and an investigation into missing funds. According to Deal, this could have motivated those involved in financial wrongdoing to resort to extreme measures.

Notably, Gene Deal is not the first person to level such accusations regarding 2Pac’s murder. In a previous interview with The Art of Dialogue, 2Pac’s biological father, Billy Garland, claimed that the U.S. Government played a role in his son’s death.

Despite these claims and recent developments, 2Pac’s murder remains an unsolved mystery, with new leads and perspectives continuing to emerge in the ongoing investigation.

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