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Friday, September 14, 2012

New Website Exposes Connection Between P Diddy And The Death Of Tupac Shakur


Rap legend Tupac Shakur died 16 years
ago today from injuries he suffered in a
hail of gunfire on the busy Las Vegas
strip. To commemorate the anniversary
of Shakur’s death, writer Chuck Phillips
launched a website today that will
focus on the unsolved deaths of Tupac
and the Notorious B.I.G.

Beginning today, Philips will use
Twitter to promote an exclusive 1,200
word news story, which will be
published on his new site and released
via Twitter, 140 characters at a time.

According to a press release issued to
media outlets, the first story will focus
on Sean “Diddy” Combs and his
relationship with late Harlem drug
dealer Eric “Von Zip” Martin.

Martin was a big time drug dealer who
died last month in New York. His star-
studded funeral was attended by celebs
such as Sean Combs, Jae Millz, Lil Kim,
and Cam’ron, AllHipHop.com reports.

According to Phillips, Von Zip was the
go-between for Sean Combs and the
Compton Southside Crips gang. Police
believe the man who killed Tupac was
Orlando Anderson, a member of the
Southside Crips, who was murdered in
1998.

According to police interviews and case
documents, Von Zip introduced Combs
to a man named “Keefe D.,” a Southside
Crips key figure, who allegedly admitted
to police that he helped orchestrate
Tupac’s murder.

Phillips, a former LA Times
investigative reporter, wrote an in-
depth report fingering Combs as the
mastermind behind Tupac’s untimely
demise.

Combs has vigorously denied any
connection to Tupac’s murder.

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