More allegations against Bad Boy Records founder Diddy continue to mount.

As a former LAPD detective who was involved in the Tupac and Biggie murder investigations recently spoke with The New York Times, claiming that Duane “Keefe D” Davis accused Diddy of ordering a hit on ‘Pac and Suge Knight in 1995.

According to Greg Kading, Davis accused Diddy of organizing a hit on 2Pac and Suge Knight in 1995. Kading claimed that Keefe D informed him of a meeting in a hotel room during a Summer Jam tour, in which he allegedly told a room full of “Crips” that he wanted them dead. Kdaing further recalled Davis saying he was promised $1 million for the murders by Mr. Combs directly.

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“Man, we’ll wipe their a— out quick,” Davis allegedly said.

The following year, both Tupac and Suge Knight were shot on the Las Vegas strip when Shakur and the Death Row crew got into a physical dispute with Keefe D’s nephew, Orlando Anderson, inside the MGM prior to the Mike Tyson bout. The drive-by shooting left Knight with a graze wound to the head, but Shakur died from his injuries less than a week later. He was 25 years old.

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Davis said in his 2019 book, Compton Street Legend, that he carried a gun before searching for 2Pac and Knight. Finally, he admitted to providing the rifle to his nephew. He claimed Anderson went on to shoot 2Pac four times, eventually killing him.

Davis is expected to stand trial for Shakur’s murder in Las Vegas this month.