Tupac’s father claims that his son’s death was planned by the US government.

Billy Garland addressed up about his son’s high-profile death in an interview with Art of the Dialogue.

Tupac died on September 13, 1996, as a result of injuries sustained in a drive-by gunshot.

Orlando Anderson, a member of the South Side Compton Crips gang, was the primary suspect.

On the night of his death, he attended a boxing bout between Mike Tyson and Bruce Seldon at the MGM Grand in Las Vegas, Nevada.

Tupac approached Anderson in the lobby after Tyson defeated Selton in the first round by technical knockout.

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Anderson and his gang members assaulted Trevon Lane, a Death Row Records member, and stole his Death Row medallion a few months before.

Tupac was enraged by the move, prompting him to leap to his feet and kick the California gang member, as seen on CCTV.

“He should never have done that,” Garland said of the attack.

“‘Pac just got overly excited and thought he had to take the lead.”

Anderson’s uncle, Duane ‘Keefe D’ Davis, had confessed to the authorities that he was present when his nephew reportedly fired the deadly rounds at his son, according to Garland.

“I think the key question there is the government,” Garland went on.

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“The government made the deal for him. The authorities was tailing [Tupac] on the night of his assassination. He was being followed by the authorities while in the studio – that much is known.”

He went on to declare that Anderson had “nothing to do” with his death. Instead, it appeared to him to be a “set up.”

“All I know is that it appeared to me to be a set up.” Someone encouraged this guy to stand there with the Death Row stuff, and that led to what we had, but I do not think [Anderson] had anything to do with my son’s death…at all,” he stated.

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Mr. Garland, however, is not the only one who feels the government was engaged.

Death Row Records was an FBI front, according to John Potash, author of The FBI War on Tupac Shakur and Black Leaders, who told HipHopDX in 2016.

“As astute and brilliant as Tupac was, he was duped by Death Row, which was funded by US intelligence, into promoting his most obnoxious lyrics.” “He promoted weed and alcohol more than his previous albums, along with his beef, for All Eyez on Me,” he stated.

“Of course, this was also manufactured by US intelligence.” They had to execute Pac when he tried to flee and was leaving Death Row records.”


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