Bodycam footage captures moment Tupac murder suspect shrugs off arrest as ‘biggest case in Vegas history’
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Tupac Shakur’s suspected murderer has been captured on police bodycam casually shrugging off his alleged crime.
The 60-year-old was recently indicted by a grand jury on one count of open murder and has since been detained and arrested.
Now, footage obtained by Fox News Digital shows Keffe D talking with a police officer about the murder, which took place on the Las Vegas Strip over 27 years ago.
The exchange in question took place during Keffe D’s arrest on 29 September, 2023 and was reportedly captured via bodycam and dashcam.
The member of the South Side Compton Crips gang was asked: “So, what they got you for?” by an arresting officer.
The man, who previously claimed to be in the white Cadillac with the person who allegedly shot Shakur, casually replied: "Biggest case in Vegas history.”
After being asked if the crime was ‘recent’, he continued: “Sept. 7, 1996.”
Later in the conversation, the police officer and the crime kingpin discussed the latter’s house being raided last summer.
"I was walking around the corner. I just want to walk my walk,” Keffe D explained.
"I hear a bunch of walkie-talkies in the house behind me, so I peep over the gate, and this SWAT dude peeped over the gate at the same time.
“They surround my whole house. They yelling, ‘This is Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and SWAT team.’ I said, 'I ain't do nothing. I was just walking down the street'.”
It’s said that hours before Shakur’s shooting, Keffe D’s now-deceased nephew, Orlando Anderson, had been amongst those who fought the rapper and his entourage at the MGM Grand Hotel in Las Vegas.
As per ABC News, the brawl was between members and affiliates of two rival gangs - the Mob Piru Bloods and the South Side Compton Crips.
Later, Shakur was sitting in the passenger side of a BMW sedan with former Death Row Records SEO Marion ‘Suge’ Knight when a white Cadillac infamously pulled up alongside him at a red light.
It’s said that a window was rolled down on the Cadillac and that a gun was repeatedly fired at the BMW.
As a result, Shakur was hit twice in the chest, once in the arm and once in the thigh. He was later rushed to hospital, hooked up to life support machines, and was later put into a medically induced coma.
The 25-year-old died at the University Medical Centre in Las Vegas on 13 September 1996 - six days after the initial shooting.
Though Keffe D may not have fired the gun, he has previously admitted to being in the Cadillac that gunned down the ‘Hit Em Up’ rapper.
Following his recent arrest, police have also accused the gang member of orchestrating the “retaliatory shooting” and of providing the murder weapon.
“He (Davis) is not the gunman. He's the one who [allegedly] secured the gun, brought it into the car and gave the gun to his nephew, Orlando Anderson, who did the shooting,” said Detective Greg Kading.
According to police, the 60-year-old is the only living suspect and one of the last living witnesses to the homicide.
As per Fox News, his deceased nephew Anderson is believed to be the gunman despite denying involvement before he was killed in an unrelated gang shootout at the age of 23.