Social Media Reacts to Diddy Denying 2Pac Murder in Old 'Breakfast Club' Interview: “Lock Him Up”

Social Media Reacts to Diddy Denying 2Pac Murder in Old 'Breakfast Club' Interview: “Lock Him Up”

  • The decades-long murder case of rapper 2Pac has seemingly concluded with hip hop mogul, Diddy, being labelled the prime suspect
  • As people try to find answers on their own, a clip from Diddy's 2016 The Breakfast Club interview resurfaced where the rapper rubbished the claims
  • Online users are sceptical about Diddy's involvement, with others saying the Missing You hitmaker should be locked up
Social media weighed in on Diddy's alleged involvement in 2Pac's murder
Online users are more convinced than ever that Diddy was behind the 1996 murder of 2Pac after a video of his interview resurfaced. Images: Shareif Ziyadat, Bob Berg
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In the wake of new developments uncovered in the famous 1996 murder of rap icon, Tupac Amaru Shakur, or 2Pac, more fingers continue to point at Sean 'Diddy' Combs for being the mastermind being the killing.

In an old interview on The Breakfast Club, Diddy told the presenters that he had no interest in engaging on the topic. Meanwhile, online users are more convinced than ever that Puffy orchestrated 2Pac's assassination.

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Netizens weigh in on Diddy's murder denial

In an interview on Power 105.1 FM's Breakfast Club, Diddy was asked about his thoughts on a documentary that was made to uncover 2Pac's murder.

A snippet of the interview was posted by Twitter (X) user Rap Feeds where Diddy called the documentary, as well as the allegations against him, nonsense:

"Check this out, we don't talk about things that are nonsense, we don't even entertain nonsense, we're not even gonna go there with all due respect."

Online users had some things to say about Diddy's demeanour:

DaRealMonch said:

"He didn’t say 'No!'. He only said it was 'Nonsense'. We see you."

bthesoloist responded:

"When a dude pats his head like that, you know he's lying."

ladidaix asked:

"Why would anyone expect him to admit guilt?"

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Solphendukaa asked:

"Where are the body language experts? Where’s Dr Mathews when you need him?"

YaBoyMeek responded:

"Lmfaooo n*gga sound and look guilty this, not helping his case!"

SizweDhlomo commented:

"Lol! Charlemagne making sure a hit doesn’t get sent his way!"

50 Cent calls out Diddy for 2Pac killing

Netizens aren't the only people giving Diddy a bombastic side eye. 50 Cent is also strongly convinced that the I Need A Girl hitmaker had a hand in Pac's murder.

50 Cent, real name Curtis Jackson, has been known to ruffle some feathers from time to time while making some enemies along the way.

He previously reignited his long-standing beef with Combs after revealing the reasons why he never attends his parties, where 50 made some very bold claims against the Bad Boy Records founder.

AKA assassination makes developments

In a recent report, Briefly News shared updates from the South African Police Service (SAPS) where Minister of Police, Bheki Cele announced that they were close to cracking the murder case of rapper AKA and his friend Tibz.

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The eight-month-long case has been a gut-wrenching experience for fans, friends and the men's families, who have had to stand strong and hope that justice will be served.

AKA's father, Tony Forbes, recently opened up about the developments of the murder where he addressed the claims that his son's friends had a hand in his killing.

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Moroba Moroeng (Entertainment editor) Moroba Moroeng is an entertainment writer at Briefly News and a University of Johannesburg alumni (Public Relations and Communications, 2018). She was the content manager and, later, editor for HipHop Africa, where she honed her proofreading, leadership, and content management skills. Having begun her career as a content writer for Slikour OnLife, Moroba has over four years of experience as a writer specialising in music journalism and entertainment. She joined Briefly News in 2023 and passed a set of training courses by the Google News Initiative. Email: moroba.moroeng@briefly.co.za

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