In 1996 the hip-hop world lost Tupac and Biggie within six months of each other and there still has yet to be someone convicted of the murders.

Former LAPD investigator, Greg Kading, claims to have solved the crime all these years later.

He worked on a special task force for three years trying to figure out who killed the rappers and since leaving the police he has written a book and produced a documentary entitled, Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders. The documentary is set to air on Netflix in the Spring and is available now on Amazon.

Kading argues that Sean 'P. Diddy' Combs paid someone to kill Tupac setting the whole thing in motion. Now, I know there has been speculation that Diddy was involved before, but Kading allegedly has some solid proof.

Then why no arrest? Kading said the LAPD didn't want to pursue charges due to his celebrity status. Sounds pretty interesting.

Based on how well Making A Murderer did, I can only imagine how a murder case documentary will do based on two of the biggest rappers in the world.

Will you watch?

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