Theories regarding the deaths of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. have been debated for decades, but former LAPD detective Greg Kading has sparked new discussion about the crimes in his new documentary, Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie & Tupac Murders.
During a recent interview with the Murder Master Music Show, he reveals that he sat down with Voletta to reveal his findings… which he called “very emotional.”
“[I] explained to her what we had discovered in the police investigation. We sat there and it was a very emotional encounter, because she was, I think, understanding clearly what had happened, and I think she was starting to see that other people were responsible than who she had previously believed based on the Russell Poole nonsense,” said Kading.
In his documentary, Kading says his findings led him to conclude that Diddy hired Crips gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis to kill Shakur and Suge Knight for $1 million. In the end, Keffe D’s nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson — who was jumped inside the MGM Grand hours earlier by Tupac, Suge and other Death Row associates — shot Tupac on that September evening in 1996 in Las Vegas.
In retaliation, Kading says that Knight hired Bloods gang member Wardell “Poochie” Fouse to kill Biggie in Los Angeles, back in Mmarch 1997.
Kading says that when he presented Voletta with this information, giving her a new perspective regarding the murder of her son. “I think she knows that all of these guys,” he says. “Puffy and Suge, all had some responsibility in the murder of her son.”