Uncle Of 2Pac's Alleged Killer Talks Last Run-In With Daz Dillinger: 'I Could've Raped Him That Day!'

Keefe D, the uncle of Tupac Shakur’s alleged killer

Orlando Anderson, recently sat down with The Art of

Dialogue where he discusses some intriguing topics.


Par for the course, the host dug deep into his past and

brought up Biggie’s fateful trip to Los Angeles that

included a celebrity basketball game. Tha Dogg

Pound’s Daz Dillinger and Kurupt were among the many

in attendance, but Keefe D says Daz was walking around

with his chest puffed out, emitting a negative energy.


“Snoop, Daz, Kurupt, the whole lil crew [were at the

game],” Keefe D explains in the clip. “And this lil off-

brand Crip acting a goddamn fool. My lil homeboy like,

‘Man, big homie, you want me to noodle his ass?’ I was

like, Leave that little bitch [Daz] alone.’”


While Keefe D was in prison, he says Daz dissed him on a

song. After he was released, he ran into Daz at a

marijuana shop and confronted him about it.


“I ran into him at this weed spot,” he continues. “It was

one way in and one way out. I’m like, ‘Man, you don’t

know who I am?!’ He like, ‘Nah, dog.’ ‘I’m Keefe D,

muthafucka!’ He like, ‘Oh man, I was tripping, man. I was

tripping, man. The money had me going crazy.’


“Yeah, you sure the fuck was. And he was on our turf — I

could’ve raped him that day.”


When pressed on the “off-brand Crip” title, Keefe D

explains, “He from Texas. He ain’t from the motherland

where the Crips started at, old off-brand ass n-gga. And

he had the nerve to be actin’ like a little bitch. I could’ve

got him fucked up that day ’cause they wanted to get his

ass. but I was just like, ‘Leave that little bitch alone.’


“Ain’t he from Waco or something? Off-brand ass

muthafucka. He making all that noise. He don’t know, I

could’ve got his ass blown out that day at that basketball

game. If there weren’t so many people there, he would’ve

got his ass dusted off. I would’ve green-lighted that

muthafuckin’ ass.”


Days later, Biggie Smalls was shot and killed on March 9,

1997 at the intersection of Wilshire Boulevard and South

Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles. 2Pac had been fatally shot

in Las Vegas just six months prior, and Orlando

Anderson was identified as his suspected killer (although

the murder remains unsolved).


Anderson died in 1998 as the result of a gang-related

shooting and was never officially charged. In

2018’s Death Row Chronicles, Keefe D claimed he knew

who pulled the trigger but refused to name the shooter,

claiming doing so would “violate the code of the streets.”

Years later the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher

Wallace are still unsolved , and still such a major topic of



Source: Tyshawn Smith

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