The LAPD have solved the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher 'Biggie Smalls' Wallace according to a new documentary on the subject. 

Murder Rap is a new documentary based on retired LAPD detective Greg Kading's book of the same name. Kading once led a special task force that investigated to two shootings which happened nearly twenty years ago. 

Based on his three years working the cases, Kading is convinced that Sean 'Diddy' Combs hired Crips gang member Duane Keith 'Keffe D' Davis to kill both Shakur and his manager Marion Hugh "Suge" Knight for $1m. He alleges on the night of September 7th, Davis' nephew Orlando 'Baby Lane' Anderson pulled the trigger. In retaliation, Kading claims Suge Knight hired Bloods gang member Wardell "Poochie" Fouse to kill Biggie Smalls for a mere $13,000. 

Kading came to this conclusion after he was assigned to re-investigate the case in 2010 following a lawsuit by Biggie Smalls' mother, Voletta Wallace against the LAPD. Once he gathered enough evidence to exonerate the LAPD, the department shut down the investigation. Kading believes that the LAPD are not going to pursue formal charges in the case because of Combs' celebrity and because the evidence points to two killers who are already deceased. Anderson and Fouse have since both died of apparently unrelated causes.

You can watch the trailer for Murder Rap below. It should arrive on Netflix at some point in 2016. 

Via The Huffington Post