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Diddy gives a bizarre 'thank you' response after being asked if he was responsible for Tupac's death

Diddy gives a bizarre 'thank you' response after being asked if he was responsible for Tupac's death

Diddy had previously been accused of being involved in Tupac Shakur's murder in 1996

In a rather awkward interview moment, Diddy thanked radio presenters who asked him if he was involved in the death of Tupac Shakur.

The rapper and music mogul had been appearing on Breakfast Club Power when he was asked if he had any involvement in Tupac's death.

Watch below:

On 7 September, 1996, Tupac was shot four times — once in the arm, once in the thigh and twice in the chest — in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas.

He was rushed to the University Medical Center of Southern Nevada where he was put on life support, but he died from internal bleeding six days later.

Prior to the shooting, Tupac had been involved in a brawl outside the MGM Grand casino.

27 years later, the case remained unsolved. However, on 29 September, Duane 'Keefe D' Davis was arrested in connection with the murder and remains in custody.

Tupac was shot to death in 1996, although the case of his murder is yet to be solved.
Bob Berg/Getty Images

Now, during an interview, Diddy, whose given name is Sean Combs, has been asked about Tupac's death.

And, his reaction to the question was rather bizarre.

The 54-year-old said that while he appreciated that the presenter was just doing his job, 'we don't talk about things that are nonsense, we don't entertain nonsense, with all due respect.'

He continued: "But I appreciate you as a journalist asking, thank you."

The question comes after Keefe D accused Diddy of being involved in the killing.

Before Keefe D was arrested, he claimed that Diddy had asked him to 'take out' Tupac and record label boss, Suge Knight, who was with Tupac the night he was shot.

Diddy has denied all accusations.

Diddy awkwardly thanked the radio presenter who asked him whether he was involved in Tupac's death.
The Breakfast Club

The 'I'll Be Missing You' rapper has fallen victim to a number of bizarre interview moments recently.

While appearing on The Graham Norton Show on Friday (10 November), his bizarre behaviour led viewers to say he was 'on another planet.'

During the chat show, Diddy can be seen ignoring a question from Rosie Ramsey about his 2023 Halloween costume to gush about his fellow guests.

He said: "This is the thing...what I love about British people. You guys are so nice.

"We're having a glass of wine and you guys don't even rock with Halloween. And you're just being nice to me."

Diddy also bizarrely spoke about how he'd changed his middle name to 'Love,', but clarified that he doesn't actually want to be called that. Not confusing at all.

Viewers were baffled by the musician's erratic behaviour, with one being prompted to ask, "Yo, what’s up with Diddy?!?!"

Featured Image Credit: YouTube/The Breakfast Club/Bob Berg/Getty Images

Topics: Celebrity, Crime, Music, News, Tupac Shakur