Tupac Shakur’s friend makes shock claim about who really shot the rapper

It has become one of the most notorious murder cases of all time, and now one of Tupac Shakur ‘s right hand men has come forward to make an explosive revelation about what really happened when the rapper was shot to death.

Tupac was murdered by a mystery shooter in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996.

But now Napoleon, a former member of rap group the Outlawz, has claimed that one of his band mates was a key witness to the shooting.

Napoleon, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, says that Outlawz member Yaki Kadafi – who was also a member of Tupac’s entourage – looked directly at the shooter in the moments before he opened fire.


And while Compton Crips gangster Orlando ‘Baby Lane’ Anderson was widely thought to be reponsible, Napoleon’s revelation appears to point the finger at someone entirely different.

He took to YouTube in a bid to clear up what really happened on that tragic night.

Napoleon said: “Kadafi actually seen the person who killed Pac.

“He said the guy looked right at him, he pulled the arm out and saw the shooting you know what I mean.

“They witnessed it, the Outlawz was there but Kadafi seen the guy.

“The guy looked at Kadafi and Kadafi looked back at him.

“And Kadafi didn’t expect, he didn’t know what was about to happen until he seen an arm come out the window.

“I don’t think it was Baby Lane [Orlando Anderson], the one who Kadafi seen.”

But tragically, less than two months after Tupac’s death, then-19-year-old Kadafi died after a reported ‘accidental shooting’ in New Jersey – and crucially had never recounted what he saw to the LAPD.

Napoleon continued: "Why Kadafi didn’t tell the police?”

“You gotta understand where we come from in that particular time as Kadafi said to the police, he didn’t want to participate with the police.”

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