LAPD detective thinks he knows who killed Tupac Shakur ahead of the rapper’s 48th birthday.
Greg Kading formerly worked on the Shakur murder case. On what would have been the rapper’s 48th birthday, he shared previously unknown details of the rapper’s death. He named a man called ‘Orlando Baby’ Anderson as the person who shot Tupac in 1996.
Fans popularly believe Shakur is still alive and that his murder was staged. However, the detective feels Shakur’s murder took place after he was beaten up by a South Compton Crip rival gang member. Orlando Baby later died in a 1998 gang shoot-out. However, before his death he served as the prime suspect in Tupac’s case. Although he was the prime suspect, the police never officially charged him with the murder.
Tupac Shakur’s killer
LAPD’s Greg Kading told Today Australia, “Anderson was the guy that Tupac had a fight with earlier that evening and he came back and retaliated with his crew.” Additionally, he said, “There’s really not much mystery behind these murders, even though there’s a bunch of conspiracy surrounding them.”
Kading is referring here to the lasting conspiracy that Tupac is alive. Nerflix even converted the conspiracy into a series titled Unsolved. The series portrayed the deaths of Tupac and Biggie Smalls, with Josh Duhamel portraying Greg Kading.
Kading added, “When you just get down to the brass tacks of it they’re relatively simple.” Kading also previously said in a documentary that Diddy paid a Crips member Keffe D David $1 million to kill Tupac.
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Kading’s statements also match the conclusions of the documentary Who Shot Biggie & Tupac? Officers Tim Bennan and Robert Ladd said in the documentary that Orlando Baby shot the rapper, and that he had shot someone at the age of 15 as part of his gang initiation.
Kading also said to Today Australia, “All of the facts and evidence point to one thing and one thing only. They recognise that also. We’ve all embraced each other and recognise this to be the conclusive and definitive truth behind the murders.”
One fan wrote, “Its kind of crazy how the alleged killer of Tupac looks exactly like Tupac #WhoShotBiggieAndTupac.” Another said, “Craziest sh*t ever is that Orlando Anderson looks exactly like Tupac! Like he got killed by his Twin.”
The similarities between the two extend beyond their looks. Both were killed in shoot-outs in the late 90s. ‘Orlando Baby’ died on May 30, 1998 in a shoot out motivated by drug money.
Tupac would have turned 48 years old on June 16, 1971.