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The documentary is currently available on iTunes, and according to The Huffington Post, it will be hitting Netflix this spring.

It’s been 19 years since Tupac was gunned down, and to this day, no one has been convicted. However, a new documentary is saying Diddy was a mastermind behind the murder.

Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders explores the investigations of both rappers’ murders with police and gang member interviews. According to Complex, gang member Duane “Keffe D” Davis said Diddy promised him $1 million to kill both Tupac and Suge Knight. Davis said, Puff offered to pay he, Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, and Eric “Zip” Martin $1,000,000 for the hit. However, he was never paid because Puff allegedly gave $500,000 to Zip, who in turn never paid the money out.

Plenty of rumors and conspiracies have swirled around regarding Diddy’s involvement with Tupac’s murder for years now, including the 2011 book by LAPD detective Greg Kading the documentary is based on. We’ll just have to see how this doc plays out.

You can watch Murder Rap on the ReelzChannel on Nov 18th at 9pm and Nov 23rd at 10:30pm.

SOURCE: Complex, Huffington Post

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