Man Who Shot Tupac In Quad Studios Says Pac's Friend Was Behind The Attack
Dexter Isaac, one of the men who shot Tupac at a recording studio two years before his death, claims a member of the “Dear Mama” rapper’s inner circle set up the attack in a new interview with Gully TV.
“Stretch set the whole thing up,” Isaac said, referring to one of Tupac’s closest friends and frequent musical collaborator.
Isaac asserts Stretch was paid $2,500 to orchestrate the shooting by Jimmy Henchman, a former record executive.
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“He was in cahoots and was giving us the play-by-play," Isaac claimed. "He was in communication with Jimmy [Henchman] who had promised him a quarter brick of cocaine.”
Henchman is currently serving two life sentences for several crimes including hiring a hitman to kill Lowell “Lodi Mack” Fletcher, a friend of 50 Cent. Henchman was The Game’s manager when the rapper was beefing with 50.
Stretch himself can neither confirm nor deny Isaac's allegations, as he died a year after the failed recording studio attack in a drive-by shooting, Okayplayer reports. It has been speculated Stretch’s death was a revenge killing for the studio shooting.
In more outlandish news, it turns out like many of our uncles and cousins, Too Short doesn’t believe Tupac is dead.
When an interviewer asked Too Short if he believes Suge Knight set ‘Pac up, the rapper born Todd Anthony Shaw said Tuesday Suge couldn't have “because he’s not dead,” reports The Sun. Knight has long maintained 'Pac is alive, having said the rapper was “somewhere smoking a Cuban cigar” in 2014.
Tupac being alive isn’t the only conspiracy the “Blow the Whistle” rapper promotes.
“I’m just saying that every politician did not die of f**king car crashes. Some of them got killed,” he said. “Some of those plane crashes were deliberate. For this s**t to spill over into hip-hop is a possibility.”
A former member of Tupac’s security team backed up Shaw's claims, saying he helped the rapper fake his death, and claiming Tupac employed body doubles.
“I’ve got video evidence of the guy who was [Tupac’s] body double I took to Cuba,” he said. “There’s been rumors there were many body doubles; I can confirm I know one body double – I can prove it.”
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