Floyd Mayweather Jr. Reveals Witnessing Tupac Shakur's Murder In Las Vegas Amid Ongoing Case Developments

Photo: Instagram/Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Floyd Mayweather Jr. recently brought attention to his claim of witnessing Tupac Shakur's murder in Las Vegas.

He stated that he lived near the location where Shakur was shot multiple times from a white Cadillac while driving to a club in a black BMW on September 7, 1996. Shakur succumbed to his injuries six days later in a Las Vegas hospital.

The case has resurfaced with a recent search warrant executed by the Las Vegas Police Department. The warrant was served at a home in Henderson, Nevada, linked to Duane "Keffe D" Davis, who is the uncle of a previous suspect in the rapper's killing.

Photo: Instagram/Floyd Mayweather Jr.

Among the items seized during the search were computers, a cellphone, a hard drive, documents, a Vibe magazine featuring Shakur, marijuana, .40-caliber bullets, photographs, and Davis' memoir.

Before the shooting, Shakur had an encounter with Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson, a member of the Los Angeles-based Crips and Davis' nephew, in a hotel lobby.

Davis claimed that Anderson was the one who killed Tupac in the drive-by shooting. However, Anderson denied any involvement and passed away two years later in a separate shooting incident in Compton, California.

Mayweather recounted the shooting to his friends while walking the streets of Las Vegas, revealing that he had never shared this information publicly before. Despite the recent developments, Tupac Shakur's murder remains a mystery, and the search for the responsible parties continues.

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Source: Fox News

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