Man Admits to Shooting Tupac

    An associate of entertainment executive James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond has admitted to shooting Tupac Shakur.


    Dexter Isaac is currently serving life in prison for murder, robbery, along with other offenses, and today he came forward to claim that in November of 1994, he shot and robbed Tupac Shakur in Manhattan’s Quad Studious after being paid 2500 dollars by Henchman. Isaac also claims that he still has in his possession a chain stolen from Tupac that night.


    Isaac’s statement reads, “Now I’m not going to talk about my friend Biggie’s death or 2pac’s death, but I would like to give their mother’s some closure.”


    According to Isaac’s statement the admission comes as retaliation for a statement Henchman made that alleged that Isaac was cooperating with federal authorities in his indictment on drug charges.

    Shakur was killed in Las Vegas in 1996, but after the November 1994 shooting Tupac accused Biggie, Puffy (now Diddy), and Andre Harrell of orchestrating the attack.


    Tomorrow would’ve been Tupac’s 40th birthday. [AllHipHop]