2Pac’s Accused Killer Keefe D Set To Be Released From Prison On Bond

Las Vegas, NV – 

2Pac‘s murder case was had an extremely belated big break last year, but the prime suspect will apparently not be help in police custody for much longer.

On Friday (June 21), KTNV reported that Keefe D (real name Duane Davis) has gathered the $750,000 required for his bond released from jail as he waits for the murder trial to commence in November.


He will return to court on Tuesday (June 25), which is when Judge Carli Kierny is expected to lay out the terms and conditions of his freedom from the Clark County Detention Center. Additionally, there’s a possibility that he will also be questioned about how he secured the aforementioned funds.

The 61-year-old’s court-appointed attorneys petitioned the court for leniency earlier this year and claimed that his client “poses no danger” due to his deteriorating health.


A similar request was turned down in late 2023 after Davis was deemed “too dangerous” for bail as prosecutors pointed out that he was once a high-ranking member of the South Side Compton Crips. Furthermore, they also emphasized that the California native confessed to the rapper’s murder multiple times in the past.

The former gang member, who has been diagnosed with cancer, is the only person to ever be charged with Pac’s murder in Las Vegas over two and a half decades ago. Despite pleading not guilty, Keefe D has claimed that he orchestrated the shooting multiple times before, most notably in his 2019 book Compton Street Legend.

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“The truthfulness of the content of the interviews was never verified,” Davis’ lawyer argued in his defense. “The book and interviews were done for entertainment purposes and to make money from a situation that [LAPD officers] and others had already profited [from].”

Regarding the night of said shooting, Nevada prosecutors claim the legendary MC was involved in a brawl with the suspect’s late nephew Orlando Anderson, who is believed to have been in the car with Davis during the drive-by attack.


Tupac Shakur was tragically shot and killed back in 1996 after he attended a Mike Tyson fight. The multidisciplinary artist, who cemented his legacy in less than a decade, was only 25 years old at the time of his untimely passing.

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