This week, Gene Deal sat down for an in-depth conversation with The Art of Dialogue where he delivered his version of events, as well as shone some light on what he believes to be the true story.
When asked whether he personally believes Keef’s story about what happened on the night of 2Pac’s passing, the former Diddy hire responded, “Well, the story I heard — which was portrayed in the murder rap movie or whatever — and it was Greg Katie accounts that supposedly Keefe D gave.”
“If you ever been in an interrogation or anything that has to do with some law enforcement right — before they get to that videotape. Before they get to that camera — it’s already written down what you’re going to say,” he continued.
“They going to tell you what they need for you to say and how they need for you to think and what you need to do to get out this situation,” added Deal insinuating the admission was rehearsed.
Later, Deal revealed his true feelings surrounding Keefe’s alleged hand in Pac’s death, adding, “And Keefe D, no disrespect. To me, he did what he had to do to walk home. He said what he had to say to be a free man. All the players is dead right now. He’s the only spade left on the table. He gone win. Or, he gone lose.”
According to The Sun, Keefe D — who once bragged about his involvement in the assassination of 2Pac (real name Tupac Shakur) — is now facing “imminent charges,” with Las Vegas homicide leading the charge in the nearly 27-year-old cold case.
Keefe, 60, has given multiple interviews and penned a self-published memoir, Compton Street Legend, in which he confessed to his role in the shooting of ‘Pac – claiming he rode in the vehicle and handed his nephew Orlando Anderson the murder weapon before he fired off the fatal shots.
The news came shortly after Davis’ home was ransacked by police as part of the long-dormant investigation into the rapper’s death.
Various items were seized during the search, including computers, hard drives, and magazine articles about ‘Pac. They also recovered pictures from the 1990s of individuals who may have been connected directly or indirectly in the shooting, as well as copies of Davis’ 2019 book.
2Pac’s murder is long believed to have stemmed from an altercation between the rapper, his entourage, and Anderson in the lobby of the MGM Grand in Vegas hours before the shooting.
Anderson, a member of the South Side Compton Crips, was alleged to have stolen the chain of a Death Row Records affiliate months earlier.
He was identified as a suspect soon after the shooting, but denied any involvement and was never charged over the crime. No arrests have been made in the case to date.
This is not the first time Deal has caused a stir with his comments surrounding the death of one of Hip Hop’s greatest. Earlier this year, in a separate interview with The Art of Dialogue, Deal opened up about the night Biggie was killed, claiming his March 1997 murder wasn’t a drive-by shooting.
“It just hurts because they lie too much. A lot of that shit be lies the way they put it together ’cause they listening to these white boys who wasn’t even there,” he vented.
“I don’t want to make this racial, but they take these white boys who wasn’t even there and want to use the stories that they want to tell which is not the truth!”
He continued: “Wasn’t no drive-by; the car was standing there at the corner. The stories they tell is not truthful. And now people are sitting here believing.
“Every Biggie movie that you see, they say it’s a drive-by. When the witness tells you the car was stood right there at the corner — the car was probably there all night.”
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