Tupac‘s brother Mopreme Shakur has shared his thoughts on the recent arrest made in the late rapper’s murder investigation.
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Following Duane “Keffe D” Davis’ arrest last week 27 years after Tupac was fatally wounded from a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas, Mopreme Shakur spoke of his thoughts on the case’s development.
Speaking to TMZ, Mopreme said: “It’s bittersweet for a number of reasons – the time, of course, 27 years. It didn’t have to be this way, it didn’t have to happen at all. I wouldn’t even have to live in the reality that my brother’s not here.”
He continued: “Justice is accountability, that’s the sweet part in bittersweet but some form of accountability. I’m bracing ’cause it ain’t over. We still got to see if there were accomplices, we still got to see the motive.”
Mopreme also shared that the family were recently contacted by the Las Vegas Metro Police Department to reiterate that their investigation was still active, but the family weren’t informed of Duane “Keffe D” Davis’ impending arrest.
He also spoke to The NY Post, telling the publication that “the timing is so curious because why now 27 years…