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New Documentary Claims Tupac Knew Who His Killer Was When He Was On His Deathbed

This September 13 marks 21 years since Tupac died and yet the 1996 murder is still unsolved. A new documentary titled “Snapped: Notorious Tupac Shakur” delves deep into the legendary rapper’s final days to find the killer that shot and murdered Tupac. The Oxygen Network  will air a two-hour documentary which interviews people dear to Tupac including Danny Boy, Yo-Yo, DJ Mister Cee, and his former manager Leila Steinberg in an attempt to solve the decades-old mystery. The documentary claims that they murder remains unsolved because police never wanted to solve it. The doc also states that when Pac was on his deathbed, he knew who shot him.
The documentary will air on Sunday, September 10, just three days after the anniversary of his shooting in Las Vegas. On September 7, 1996, Tupac and Suge Knight were in a BMW that was stopped at a red light when the lethal drive-by shooting occurred at 11:15 at night. Pac was hit by four rounds and died from his injuries six days later.Another documentary on Tupac’s death, titled “Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton,” was released earlier this year. That doc believes that Suge Knight was the intended target and Shakur was collateral damage.


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