Tupac's Father Doesn't Believe Orlando Anderson Killed the Rapper, Alleges the Government Did

Tupac’s Father Doesn’t Believe Orlando Anderson Killed the Rapper, Alleges the Government Did

Tupac’s Father Doesn’t Believe Orlando Anderson Killed the Rapper, Alleges the Government Did

In a recent interview with the biological father of slain rapper, Tupac Shakur, he states that he doesn’t believe his son’s alleged killer is the one who shot him. Billy Garland feels that his son was killed by the government.

According to XXL, over the weekend, a video clip of the interview was released by The Art of Dialogue where the theory was raised by Garland. It has been suspected over the years that Orlando Anderson is the alleged killer of the “Keep Your Head Up” rapper. There was a video clip that was shot in Las Vegas showing that Tupac and crew assaulted Anderson previously. The incident took place at a Mike Tyson fight when he fought Bruce Sheldon on September 7, 1996.

Anderson’s uncle, Keffe D, admitted that he informed the government that he gave his nephew the gun that Anderson used to kill Tupac.  But, Garland doesn’t believe that and expressed that to the host of the podcast.

“Well, I think the key question there is the government. The government gave him [Keffe D] the deal. [Tupac] was being tailed by the government on the night of his assassination. He was being tailed by the government at Quad Studios. That’s a known fact.”

Garland believes that Tupac was being set up and that Anderson may have been the fall guy.

“I don’t know this guy Keffe. Maybe he had to say that to get out of some issues. I don’t know. I just know it looked like a setup to me. Somebody told this guy to stand there with the Death Row thing and it pursued to what we had. But I don’t think he had anything to do with the death of my son. Not at all.”

In the same interview, Garland also revealed that he believes that he was blindsided when he appeared in the recent Hulu documentary, Dear Mama: The Saga of Afeni and Tupac Shakur. He stated that the film made him look like he was bad-mouthing Afeni Shakur (Tupac’s mother) for keeping his identity a secret from the “Poetic Justice” actor.

Tupac’s Father Doesn’t Believe Orlando Anderson Killed the Rapper, Alleges the Government Did

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