A Las Vegas judge set bail for Davis at $750,000 for the Los Angeles gang leader who was charged with orchestrating the murder of the legendary Hip-Hop star in 1996.
Keffe D’s big day is just months away but he hopes to spend this time at home. He is looking to be granted house arrest ahead of the Tupac trial.
Duane "Keefe D" Davis appeared before a judge in a Las Vegas courtroom after being indicted and arrested for his alleged role in the 1996 killing of Tupac Shakur. He remains in jail without bond.
New video footage of Tupac Shakur leaving the MGM Grand Casino with a large crowd on the night he was fatally shot has surfaced. A local news network in Las Vegas first reported on the footage on Monday.
On Friday (Sept. 29), law enforcement confirmed that a man was arrested for the 1996 shooting death of rap superstar Tupac Shakur, but didn’t immediately confirm his identity.
Las Vegas police searched an area home in connection to the death of Tupac "2Pac" Shakur. A man named Keffe D is connected to the case.
Mutulu Shakur, an elder of the Black Liberation movement and stepfather to Tupac Shakur, passed away at age 72. Shakur had been living with family in Southern California after receiving compassionate release from prison late last year due to suffering terminal bone marrow cancer among other ailments.
Hip-Hop is about to add another name to the Hollywood Walk Of Fame. It has been confirmed that 2Pac will finally receive his star.
The City Council of Oakland, California voted unanimously to rename a part of one of its streets after the late Hip-Hop icon Tupac Shakur. Members of the council hope that the change will inspire others in the city and remind them of how much Oakland meant to Tupac.
Mutulu Shakur, a Black nationalist leader and stepfather to Tupac "2Pac" Shakur, has been freed from prison after serving 36 years.