Rumors have dogged Diddy for many years that he had Tupac killed. The Bad Boy boss was asked his thoughts on a new documentary that was released titled “Murder Rap” during an interview with Power 105’s The Breakfast Club.
“We don’t talk about things that are nonsense,” Diddy said. “We don’t even entertain nonsense my brother, so we not even gonna go there with all due respect. I appreciate you as a journalist asking.”
In “Murder Rap,” retired LAPD detective Greg Kading claims Diddy hired a Crips gang member to kill Tupac.
Diddy told the hosts of The Breakfast Club he has grown a lot throughout his career and has learned to better react to certain situations.
“I’ma tell you all this, this is very important,” he said. “I got this new hashtag. It’s called New Life. I had to start living a new life, man. The way I was approaching things, the way I was reacting to things, we all grow up. We all do things in ways that maybe you can do better. I’m just trying to figure out ways to do better. I know I’m in the public eye. I gotta handle all types of different stuff. You all have a job to do. It ain’t no problem. But I’m in control of what I say. I don’t get into nonsense. I don’t have nothing but love for everybody. God sent me on this earth to give life, to inspire life, to only do things that are positive. Any negative things that I’ve done, that’s the devil at work. At the end of the day, the devil’s a liar and I can’t feed into negativity or anything like that when I’m in control of myself. So I’ve gotta always be trying to strive and get better.”
Check out Diddy’s response at 34:50 mark above.
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Diddy Asked If He Had Tupac Killed During Breakfast Club Interview
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