Las Vegas police say they’ve spent the last few months reinvestigating the murder case of Tupac Shakur.
The agency issued the statement this week after former gang member Keffe D gave an on-camera confession to BET’s “Death Row Chronicles” documentary series, released in February.
In the interview, Keffe D, whose real name is Duane Keith Davis, said he was in the front seat of a white Cadillac in Las Vegas in 1996 when someone in the backseat opened fire on a black BMW carrying Shakur, 25, and Death Row boss Suge Knight — killing Shakur.
“Going to keep it for the code of the streets. It just came from the backseat, bro,” Keffe D said in the interview when asked the identity of the shooter.
The two men in the backseat were identified as Keffe D’s nephew Orlando Anderson and DeAndre Smith. Anderson was previously named a prime suspect in the case. He denied being the gunman and died in a gang shootout in Compton, Calif., in 1998.