Keefe D Bail Reached At $750,000 In Tupac Murder Trial


Keefe D Bail Reached At $750,000 In Tupac Murder Trial

Keefe D Posts $750K Bail Ahead of 2Pac Murder Trial

Keefe D, who has long been implicated in the 1996 murder of Tupac Shakur, has posted his own bail in Nevada.

Keefe D is determined to be released on bail, and he is willing to use his own funds to do so.

In September last year, Duane D, known as Keefe D, was charged with Tupac Shakur’s murder. After spending eight months in the Clark County Detention Center, the 61-year-old is seeking release ahead of his trial in the murder case.

According to Las Vegas outlet KTNV, Keefe informed the Clark County courtroom on Thursday (June 20) that he could provide $750,000 for his bail. He is expected to appear in court on Tuesday (June 25), where Judge Carli Kierny will outline the conditions for his release.

Keefe D has long claimed that he was one of four individuals in the white Cadillac next to Suge Knight’s vehicle in September 1996, with Tupac in the passenger seat. While Keefe has accused his late nephew, Orlando Anderson, of being the shooter, a stunning revelation was made in court earlier this year. Audio was presented of Keefe discussing a $1 million hit on Tupac and Knight, allegedly offered by Diddy, according to The Sun. Keefe also detailed his account of the murder in his 2019 book, “Compton Street Legend.”

Keefe’s trial is set to begin in November, but it hasn’t stopped commentary from hip hop fans online. There is a rumor that Diddy or Wack 100 are the financial backers for Keefe D’s release on bail by some X users.

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