Tupac secrets? Count us in!
Biopic Straight Outta Compton, following the lives of the members of N.W.A, was a huge success. It had a big impact on both the hip-hop industry and the movie industry. Slated for a June release, All Eyez on Me looks like it’s going to go down the same route, but this time it’s about the life of Tupac.
Following all the Tupac hype, a new documentary is saying that they have evidence that might be able to shed some more light on Pac’s unsolved murder mystery.
As you may know, Tupac was shot on September 7, 1996, leaving from one of Mike Tyson’s boxing matches. He later died on September 13 from the gunshot wounds he obtained in the drive-by shooting.
RJ Bond, the director of the documentary Tupac Assassination: Battle for Compton, claims that he has a source that created a confession letter right after the shooting took place. This unnamed source apparently gave the letter to Chris Blatchford, a Fox TV news reporter, in 1998.
Blatchford and everyone else who’s seen the letter claim that they’ve stayed away from everything involving it, saying that the allegations in it are too “explosive.”
However, RJ Bond, a Los Angeles resident, has studied Tupac’s murder for years, and he was able to get his hands on a copy of the letter for his documentary.