50 Cent believes Diddy had a hand in orchestrating 2Pac’s murder, according to a new social media post.
On Monday (Oct. 9), the Queens emcee took to Instagram to state his claims. He posted the infamous picture of the late rapper riding shotgun in a Black car with Suge Knight the night he was shot in Las Vegas. Along with his allegations, Fif also recommended that the Bad Boy founder “lawyer up.” “Damn, so pac got lined by brother love, LOL Time to Lawyer up, sh*t might get sticky,” he typed.
50 Cent hasn’t held back from expressing his opinions on Diddy. Recently, the Queens emcee spoke out against the mogul’s much-discussed parties. A viral video from a stop on Fif’s Final Lap Tour showed the rapper addressing Diddy.
“That’s why I don’t be going to them Puffy parties,” he said. “Uh-uh. Ni**a hug you from the front and the back at the same time? F**k you talkin’ about? Look, if you into that, you into that, I’m fine with it. To each his own. I’m just sayin’ this ain’t my motherf**kin’ kind of party. It’s uncomfortable. I think I belong in the girls bathroom when sh*t like that is going on.”
As for the Pac speculation, numerous figures have assumed that Diddy played a role in the West Coast legend’s demise. Keefe D himself claimed Diddy paid the South Side Crips $1 million to murder Shakur and Death Row Records CEO Knight. However, Keefe D expressed they never received the down payment for the hit.
Ma$e recently reacted to his former boss’ possible involvement. During the latest episode of It Is What It Is, Ma$e responded to Keefe D’s arrest. “Wait, where do I know that name from? That name sounds familiar,” the 48-year-old asked. “No, for real. I don’t know what you talking about.”
The show’s co-hosts then explained who Keefe D was. The Harlemite expressed his condolences for Pac in response. “Ohhh… that’s crazy,” he replied. “I pray 2Pac gets justice, whoever is involved. I don’t even mean that in no joking way.”
During a visit to The Breakfast Club in 2016, Puffy was asked about his involvement in Pac’s death. But, the businessman declined to answer the question. “We don’t talk about things that are nonsense,” he said. “We don’t even entertain nonsense, so we not even gonna go there, with all due respect.”