The always-evolving story surrounding the unsolved murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G. continues today with a very intriguing development. That is, of course, if it's true. In an interview with L.A. Weekly, former LAPD homicide detective Greg Kading revealed information that he believes links Suge Knight and Sean "Diddy" Combs to the murders of Biggie and Pac. Kading was speaking in regards to his new, self-published book on the deaths, Murder Rap.
Kading said that an informant stated that he was offered $1 million to kill Tupac and Suge Knight. Not only that, but the same informant apparently said that Diddy was the one who set everything up when Pac was murdered in September 1996. In regards to Biggie's death, Kading alleges in his book that Suge Knight gave his former lover, who provided the information, money to hire a hitman to kill the rapper.
L.A. Weekly reached out to both Diddy and Knight for their thoughts on the allegations. Diddy wrote back the following via e-mail: "This story is pure fiction and completely ridiculous." Knight didn't reply.
You can watch a video in which Kading discusses his book below and read the entire piece at L.A. Weekly.