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Diddy gives awkward response as he's asked if he was responsible for Tupac's death
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Diddy gives awkward response as he's asked if he was responsible for Tupac's death

People couldn't believe he was asked that

Diddy was awkwardly asked if he was involved in the death of Tupac Shakur in a recent interview.

The rapper had been appearing on Breakfast Club Power when he was asked if he had any involvement in the death of Tupac. Watch below:

Tupac died in Las Vegas in 1996 six days after he was shot in the chest four times at a stoplight by a gunman driving a white Cadillac.

Prior to the shooting, a casino brawl had taken place earlier in the evening involving Shakur and several others.

The case has yet to be resolved, with the 25-year-old musician's killer still not having been found some 27 years later.

Now, during an interview, Diddy, whose given name is Sean Combs, was questioned about Tupac's death.

The musician told interviewers that he appreciated they were doing their job in asking, asserting: "We don't talk about things that are nonsense, we don't entertain nonsense, with all due respect, but I appreciate you as a journalist asking, thank you."

Diddy has previously denied the allegations.
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It comes as Keefe D, who has been charged with the murder of Tupac, accused Diddy of being involved in the killing.

Before his arrest he claimed that Diddy had asked him to 'take out' Tupac and record label boss Suge Knight.

Diddy has denied such allegations.

Tupac's family have since addressed Davis' arrest, as the rapper's stepbrother Mopreme Shakur told CNN the news is 'bittersweet'.

Diddy has previously been accused of being involved in Tupac's death.
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"We have been through decades of pain. They have known about this guy, who been running his mouth, for years," Mopreme continued. "He's [Davis'] been telling them the same story the whole time for 27 years."

He added: "So why now? For us, this is not over. We want to know why, and if there were any accomplices.

"We're in a constant state of grief and remorse and pain because we have to relive it and relive what happened and think about, you know, is just as difficult."

Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Lieutenant Jason Johansson said in a news conference police believe Davis is the only living suspect related to the investigation of Shakur's murder.

Lt. Johansson said: "Duane Davis was that shot caller for this group of individuals that committed this crime. He orchestrated the plan that was carried out to commit this crime.

"[...] All other three suspects are deceased."

UNILAD has reached out to representatives of Diddy for a comment.

Topics: Celebrity, Crime, Music, News, US News, Tupac Shakur