A former member of the Los Angeles Crips is speaking out in a Netflix documentary series about the murder of Tupac Shakur. The man’s name is Duane Keith Davis and he was interviewed for the film “Unsolved, the Tupac and Biggie Murders”. In the series Davis claims that it was his nephew Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson who killed Tupac in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on Sept. 7, 1996.
Davis spoke about the murder while having complete immunity from prosecution.
Davis said that earlier on the day of the shooting, his nephew, also a Crips member, had tried to steal a Death Row Records medallion from a member of Tupac’s entourage who was reportedly affiliated with the rival gang Bloods. Tupac and his team allegedly beat up Anderson after the incident.
Davis also said that he and Anderson waited for Tupac to leave the infamous boxing match and followed him in the car that he was riding in with Suge Knight.
“I gave [the gun] to [Andre “Dre” Smith] and Dre was like ‘No, no, no’ and Lane was like — popped the dudes,” Davis said.
He then explains:
“[Baby Lane] leaned over and rolled down the window and popped them,”
The film is only available on Netflix in the United Kingdom.