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Longtime Suspect Admits to Tupac Shooting at Quad Studios

Wednesday, June 15th, 2011

Uh oh, shit just got deep. Dexter Isaac, a longtime suspect in the 1994 shooting and robbery of Tupac at Quad Studios, has confessed to the crime. Not only that, but he says Jimmy Henchmen paid him $2500 to do the robbery, and he says he still has the chain he took from Tupac as proof. Isaacs, who is currently serving a life sentence for unrelated crimes, admitted to the shooting in a statement released today in response to a previous statement made by Henchmen following his recent indictment on drug charges.  The most interesting thing about Isaac’s statement though is that he promises to bring closure to both ‘Pac and Biggie’s mothers “at a different time”. Then he chastises Henchmen and Puff for trying to “come off all innocent-like” and asks Henchmen whether or not he’s going to flip on Puff when the Fed’s finally catch up to him. Isaac, who feels that Henchmen threw him under the bus after he sat in prison and kept his mouth shut for 13 years, clearly has some damning information and seems like he’s ready to share everything. This one dude may have just blown two of the most infamous unsolved murder cases in history wide open.

Link: Jimmy Henchman Associate Admits to Shooting Tupac; Apologizes To Pac & B.I.G.’s Mothers