Here's What the Internet Has to Say About Suge Knight's Revelation About Who Killed Tupac

Here's What the Internet Has to Say About Suge Knight's Revelation About Who Killed Tupac

Two decades later, this has got everyone talking.

Published April 4th

Suge Knight's career has been littered with all sorts of court appearances over the years, with some arguing that his legacy as the leader of Death Row Records is vastly overshadowed by his troublesome past.

Earlier today (April 4), the hip-hop mogul dropped a major bomb, finally offering who he feels is responsible for the death of legendary rapper Tupac Shakur

According to Suge, his ex-wife Sharitha and Reggie Wright Jr. were the ones behind the murder, with Suge also claiming in an officially signed affidavit that he was the original target and not the iconic rapper.

His big reveal instantly resulted in hip-hop fans taking to Twitter to sound off on the news, with many agreeing that it would take more than names coming from Suge Knight's mouth for them to take the "revelation" in the cold case more seriously.

Take a look at how the news is sitting with fans since arriving just over two decades since the fateful night of September 7, 1996, in the tweets below.

  1. Sounds about right
  2. This is a big claim
  3. That's the word on the street
  4. Pretty much?
  5. Where is the chill, suge?
  6. #FakeNews
  7. This is a good one
  8. Interesting...
  9. An Outrage
  10. Good point
  11. He still lying
  12. Oh no, baby...
  13. Haaaa
  14. Issa no for me, dawg
  15. This sums it up

Written by KC Orcutt

(Photo: Jim Smeal/WireImage)

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