Diddy Threatens To Sue Netflix For Alleging He Killed Tupac In New Documentary

Diddy made headlines last week when Netflix announced a new documentary alleging that he paid $1 million to have Tupac Shakur killed.

Now the rap mogul is threatening to sue the company over the allegations. The documentary Murder Rap: Inside the Biggie and Tupac Murders, alleges that Sean “Diddy” Combs paid Crips gang member Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis $1 million to murder rival rapper Tupac Shakur and his manager Marion Hugh “Suge” Knight.

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LAPD detective Greg Kading says that he uncovered the conspiracy while investigating the case in 2006.

Kading also said that Suge Knight retaliate by paying Bloods gang member Wardell “Poochie” Fouse $13,000 to kill Notorious B.I.G. aka Biggy Smalls.

But the rap mogul is saying that he has nothing to do with the death of Tupac Shakur and even threatening to slapped Netflix with a defamation lawsuit.

Diddy is worth a reported $700 million.

The documentary is currently on iTunes and will be available on Netflix this spring.


  1. Steve Widdicombe

    I just watched it too. Puff Hardy should be very careful taking this to court in the US as this Cop knows what he is doing and Puffy…well Puffs. There is then a large onus on him to prove its slander. If he is not legally hep he could end up doing the Cops a big favour paying for his own lagging and ticket to Sing sing; about the closest he gets to a melody. He ain’t no Bird, in fact Bird might just as well never lived the way these guys carry on.

  2. It’s on primewirechannel1let me watch this murder rap on the internet

  3. Where did u watch iy

  4. Why netflix this documentaries been out since before netflix

    • No it ain’t. you’re thinkin about the “Biggie & 2pac” documentary; this one is called Murder Rap…. and it goes way deeper than the docu you’re referring to…. waaaay deeper; i just finished watching it.

      • “The documentary is currently on iTunes and will be available on Netflix this spring.”