A gangster has boasted about his role in the death of iconic rapper Tupac Shakur's in an explosive new book.
Compton's Keffe D David spoke about how he and his nephew Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson played a role in the shooting of Tupac before fleeing the scene of the crime.
Keffe spoke of the death in a memoir of his life, Compton Street Legend, a story he hopes to turn into a film about his life, according to The Sun.
In the book he writes: “I don’t understand why people act like Tupac was an angel. S*** the n**** busted on some off duty cops in Atlanta a few years earlier.
“The moral of the story, real gangsters, are nothing to f*** with…it’s a ruthless way of life…for us Vegas was another day at the office."
He added the murder was just "collateral damage", stating that he helped secure the gun that murdered the rapper after Tupac beat up Orlando.
He then claims co-ordinated a group of gangsters to kill him, but does not say who pulled the trigger.
Keffe has never been charged for his role in the murder, despite his revelations.
In the memoir, he speaks of remorse for his role in the killing, however stands his ground that Tupac should not have "put his hands on his beloved nephew."
"He was a talented artist with tons of potential to impact the world. I hate that Tupac’s family, friends, and fans, especially his mother had to go through the pain of losing her son.
"However I stand firm on the point that Tupac, Suge Knight and the rest of those n****s didn’t have any business putting their hands on my beloved nephew Baby Lane. Period."
He added: “Tupac was a guppy that got swallowed by some ferocious sharks. He shouldn’t ever have got involved in that bulls*** trying to be a thug.”
Tupac Shakur was fatally shot on September 7, 1996, at the age of 25.
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