A pair of podcasters are offering a $100,000 cash reward to anyone with information on Tupac‘s death.
Following the 26th anniversary of the rapper’s death, a set of Las Vegas-based podcasters announced a hefty reward for anyone who could help crack the case and get the killer convicted.
Pac was fatally gunned down in 1996 in Vegas after attending a Mike Tyson fight at the MGM Grand.
In April, former head of security for Death Row, Reggie Wright Jr., says there’s been an “uptick” in police activity related to Pac’s death. In addition, he claimed that Southside Compton Crip Keefe D might soon be charged for the crime.
“Let’s put it this way, I bet Keefe D been having the runs for the last two weeks,” Wright said. “Because yeah, they are knocking on doors, and there’s some activity.”
Keefe D previously admitted to being an accomplice to the drive-by when his nephew, Orlando Anderson, allegedly fired the shots. Anderson was murdered two years later, in May 1998.
Outlawz rapper Napoleon recently stated that Pac would still be alive if he were signed to J. Prince’s Rap-A-Lot label and not Death Row. Prince got word of Napoleon’s statement and agreed with the prediction.
Prince shared a clip from Napoleon’s interview on Instagram and captioned the post, “Facts, the homie @mutahbeale is correct. I believe Tupac would still be alive if Rapalot was with him that night.”
‘The Problem Solver Show’ is asking for anyone with information on Pac’s death to contact them at 702-999-1111.