50 Cent Seemingly Says Diddy Was Involved In Tupac's Murder
On October 9th, 50 Cent took to Instagram to voice his intriguing belief that Diddy may have been involved in the tragic events surrounding 2Pac's untimely passing. The post featured the iconic image of the late rapper seated beside Suge Knight in a black car on that fateful night in Las Vegas. Alongside his thought-provoking assertions, 50 Cent also advised Diddy to seek legal counsel, adding a touch of wry humor, "Damn, so Pac got lined by brother love, LOL Time to Lawyer up, sh*t might get sticky."
50 Cent Suggests Diddy Was Involved In Tupac's Murder 😳‼️ pic.twitter.com/XCFukl1owd— WhatsOnRap (@whatsonrap) October 9, 2023
This isn't the first time 50 Cent has been vocal about his views on Diddy. During a recent stop on his Final Lap Tour, the Queens emcee candidly addressed the mogul's notorious gatherings, quipping, "That’s why I don’t be going to them Puffy parties. Uh-uh. Ni**a hug you from the front and the back at the same time? F**k you talkin’ about? Look, if you into that, you into that, I’m fine with it. To each his own. I’m just sayin’ this ain’t my motherf**kin’ kind of party. It’s uncomfortable. I think I belong in the girls bathroom when sh*t like that is going on.”
As for the speculations surrounding Pac's demise, a number of notable figures have entertained the idea that Diddy might have played a role. Keefe D, in fact, asserted that Diddy paid the South Side Crips a staggering $1 million to orchestrate Shakur's unfortunate fate, along with Death Row Records CEO Knight. However, it's worth noting that Keefe D has emphasized they never received the down payment for the alleged hit. The web of intrigue surrounding this chapter in hip-hop history continues to captivate minds and spark discussions.