Killer of American rap legend, Tupac has finally been revealed by the Police in a new explosive documentary ‘Who Shot Biggie & Tupac’. Detectives Tim Bennan and Robert Ladd, who allegedly made headway in the 1996 murder incident which remained unsolved with immense speculation that the rapper is still alive, said a gangster member from the Crips, Orlando ‘Baby Lane’ Anderson was the killer who opened fire on the star’s car in Las Vegas in 1996 in a revenge attack.
Two US police officers who worked for Compton Police Department in California and spent years investigating the death of the Hip Hop icon, further revealed that they had Anderson on their radar after he tried to gun someone else down as part of a gangland initiation at the age of 15. The Cops were called in to help Las Vegas Police Department investigate the death which rocked the world of music, said in the immediate aftermath, informants told them Anderson was boasting to people about killing Tupac. Since the shooting took place in Las Vegas, they were not directly involved with the investigation, but the officers did coordinate with detectives who worked on the case. Bennan and Ladd say they pointed the investigation in the direction of a man who they still believe is the culprit.