The murder case of Tupac Shakur is once again under scrutiny as the police reopen the investigation into the 1996 drive-by shooting that claimed the life of the renowned rapper at the young age of 25. Amidst the renewed efforts to seek justice, a surprising revelation has emerged, catching the attention of fans worldwide. In a viral video, boxing legend Floyd Mayweather claims to have been an eyewitness to Tupac’s fatal shooting.
Speaking candidly to passersby, Mayweather recalled the chilling events of that fateful night, “They shot Tupac and went this way…I was living right there in 1996 when Tupac got killed, and I never told nobody.”
The revelation has left fans astounded and intrigued, wondering why Mayweather has chosen to speak out now after all these years. With his firsthand account, this unexpected disclosure could hold the key to uncovering the truth behind Tupac’s untimely demise.
The case has remained unsolved for decades, and many have hoped for a breakthrough in finding justice for the beloved hip-hop icon. As authorities delve into this new lead, the world watches with bated breath, wondering if Mayweather’s statement could finally bring closure to one of the music industry’s most perplexing mysteries.
Why does Mike Tyson feel responsible for the death of Tupac?
Former American professional boxer, Mike Tyson, has opened up about feeling partially accountable for the untimely passing of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur. In a candid interview, Tyson shared his remorse over the events that took place on September 7, 1996, in Las Vegas.
That fateful night, Tyson, hailing from Brooklyn, was set to battle Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand, and he desired Tupac’s presence in the audience. However, Tyson now admits he feels guilty for pressuring Tupac to attend the fight.
“I feel a little guilty about him coming to the fight and me pressuring him,” Tyson confessed during an interview. He recalled making a promise to join Tupac at the 662 club later that evening, but due to family obligations, he was compelled to stay home.
Tragically, Tupac never made it to the 662 club, as he was fatally shot on the streets of Las Vegas after the fight. Tyson believes that had he not insisted on Tupac’s attendance, the rapper might still be alive today.