Ma$e alleges Diddy has ties to 2Pac’s suspected murderer
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Ma$e alleges Diddy has ties to 2Pac's suspected murderer

Harlem emcee Ma$e has reignited his long-standing feud with his former friend Diddy as he alleges that the Bad Boy founder has strong ties to the primary suspect of the 2Pac murder case, Duane’ Keefe D’ Davis.

The allegations were made during Ma$e and Cam’Ron’s sports talk show with their special guest, Bubba D. During the three’s conversation, the 2Pac case arose as a topic of discussion and facetiously eluding to Diddy’s involvement, Ma$e stated, “Wait, where do I know that name from? That name sounds familiar.”

The three played dumb, laughing about it. However, the connection between Diddy and Keefe D goes back to 2008, when during a police confession, Davis claimed he had penned a $1million deal with Puff in the mid-90s to kill 2Pac and Suge Knight.

During the 2008 questioning, the Compton native detailed how Diddy told him during a meeting at Greenblatt’s Deli in Los Angeles that he wanted to “get rid of them dudes.”

Keefe D is the uncle of Orlando Anderson, who has been the suspected killer for many years. Anderson had an altercation with the All Eyez On Me rapper and his crew inside the MGM Grand in Las Vegas hours before the emcee was murdered. 

Police believe that Davis killed 2Pac as an act of retribution on behalf of his nephew. During an appearance on The Breakfast Club in 2016, Diddy was questioned about the story Davis had told about their Compton meeting, to which he responded, “We don’t talk about things that are nonsense. We don’t even entertain nonsense, so we not even gonna go there, with all due respect.”

Greg Kading, a retired LAPD detective who has worked the case for years, has stated on the record that it is highly unlikely Diddy will be involved in any way and that the police will not be bringing him in for questioning.