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Mopreme Shakur Reveals Puff Daddy’s Call Denying Involvement in 2Pac’s Murder

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Mopreme Shakur, the brother of the late rap legend 2Pac, recently shared details about a phone call he received from Puff Daddy (Diddy), in which the hip-hop mogul vehemently denied any connection to 2Pac’s tragic murder in 1996. During an interview with The Art of Dialogue, Mopreme Shakur disclosed the conversation that took place decades ago, shedding light on Diddy’s response to longstanding rumors.

Shakur recounted Diddy’s call, stating, “The boy Puffy called me though. Puff called me back in the day. He was like, ‘I just want you to know I ain’t have anything to do with your brother’s [murder]. I know who you are, but we never met, and I just want to call you, man to man, and let you know that I ain’t have anything to do with your brother’s death.'”

The conversation, according to Mopreme Shakur, occurred in the early 2000s, following an article in the L.A. Times that implicated Diddy. Shakur expressed his gratitude for the call but emphasized that the truth surrounding 2Pac’s death had yet to be fully revealed.

Reflecting on Diddy’s intentions behind the call, Shakur commented, “Now why was he calling, reaching out to me? It was in the early 2000s. L.A. Times had just dropped an article in the newspaper, implicating him as well. I told him I appreciate the call, but the truth has yet to come out, so we gon’ see.”

Mopreme Shakur noted that Diddy’s call could have been an attempt to either protect his reputation or a genuine effort to clarify his non-involvement in the tragic incident.

The rumors surrounding Diddy’s potential connection to 2Pac’s murder have resurfaced recently, notably after the arrest and charges filed against Duane “Keefe D” Davis in connection with the 1996 murder of 2Pac. Shakur explained his standpoint on the matter, emphasizing that justice needs to be served and that the truth was yet to be unveiled.

Furthermore, Mopreme Shakur called for accountability, mentioning that the individuals named by Keefe D in interviews could potentially be held responsible. Keefe D, a former gang member, was arrested in Las Vegas last month and charged with “murder with the use of a deadly weapon with the intent to promote, further, or assist a criminal gang.” This marked a significant development as the first charges in the 27-year-old case. Keefe D had previously mentioned Diddy in interviews related to 2Pac’s death, and his statements have been instrumental in recent investigations.

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