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Tupac's Friend Claims 'Baby Lane' Was Not Rapper's Killer Even Though LAPD Named Him

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Tupac's Friend Claims 'Baby Lane' Was Not Rapper's Killer Even Though LAPD Named Him

September brought with it the 22nd anniversary of Tupac Shakur's death and now, 22 years and one month later, his friend has revealed that he doesn't think 'Baby Lane' was responsible for the shooting.

Napoleon, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, said in a YouTube live session that his fellow Outlawz member, Yaki Kadafi, actually laid eyes on the shooter.

Tupac was close with the rap group Outlawz at the time he was killed and some of them were with him on the night of the shooting.

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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.

"They witnessed it, the Outlawz was there but Kadafi seen the guy, you know what I mean, the guy looked at Kadafi , Kadafi looked back at him. And of course Kadafi didn't expect, he didn't know what was about to happen until he seen an arm come out of the window.

"I don't think it was Baby Lane the one who Kadafi seen."

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He was asked: "Why Kadafi didn't tell the police?"

"You've gotta understand where we come from in that particular time, as Kadafi said to the police he didn't wanna participate with the police and that's a code that's from the streets and most of the time a person who participates with the police in the streets, in that environment, something bad come back to them.

"So Kadafi at that time, that's what he wanted to do. He told the police he really didn't wanna get involved in it and that's the code.

"When you in that life, you accept the streets, the code, the rules and that's what he did he just played by the rules."

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Orlando Anderson, known as 'Baby Lane', a member of the notorious gang the Crips. LA Police Department once named him as the main suspect for the murder.

He was killed two years later in a shootout in Compton.

These claims from Napoleon come after Suge Knight's son said that Tupac was still alive and living in Malaysia.

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He began as he meant to go on by simply posting the provocative message 'Tupac is alive'. Inevitably, this prompted a backlash, with one person writing: "You said [too] much. Time for you to go." To which Knight replied: "The truth will be out and I'm not going anywhere."

He continued to post on the subject via his Instagram profile, as he shared supposedly recent pictures of Tupac alongside the likes of Beyonce and 50 Cent.

Well, if that doesn't prove it then nothing ever will: either Tupac is alive or Photoshop exists, that's for sure.

Featured Image Credit: Tupac Instagram

Topics: killer, News, Music, Tupac, Gang, Murder

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