Life After Death
On the night of Christopher murder, Los Angeles Police Department Investigator Greg Kadling declared that both Biggie and Tupac Shakur were simply victims in the crossfire of two rival gang organizations (Mic Network). Tupac Shakur was gunned down after attending the Mike Tyson boxing match on September 13th, 1996 in Las Vegas, Nevada. Los Angeles Police Department ruled a drive by- shooting; however, due to suspicious events leading to the night of Tupac’s death and with his releasing of musical talent in today’s music industry, the controversy over who killed Tupac Shakur and why it is still unresolved. Why is this relevant?
After the release of “Who Shot Ya,” tempers began to flare, as Tupac interpreted the piece to be a diss record, mocking or insulting the tragedy in which caused Shakur to retaliate. According to LA Times, no record indicated that Biggie or Bad Boy Records released that diss record, now as any proof that the alleged Notorious B. I. G. or Sean Combs (manager) had any park in the murder of Tupac Shakur’s. “It is a complete lie to suggest that there was any involvement by Biggie or myself,” Combs stated (Phillips).