Foxy Brown is expected to reveal secrets in the Tupac murder case against suspect Keefe D

In an effort to secure key testimony for the Keefe D murder trial involving Tupac Shakur, prosecutors are actively seeking female rapper Foxy Brown as a potential witness.

Known by his birth name Inga DeCarlo Fung Marchand, Foxy was said to have socialized with associates of Duane “Keefe D” Davis in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996.

During a visit to Las Vegas that day, Foxy was said to have socialized with friends of Keefe D. It is alleged that during this time, prosecutors allege Tupac was located and attacked by the Southside Crip gang. labour. That same evening, Foxy allegedly saw Keefe D in Sin City.

Although Keefe D once detailed the encounter in his book, asserting that he was in Las Vegas that night, he now asserts that his earlier statements were false.

In his defense plan, he argued that there was no evidence of his presence in Las Vegas that day and asserted that his claim to be the “shooter” was only because personal gain and recognition.

As reported by The Sun, the Clark County District Attorney’s office is compiling a list of witnesses to support their argument that Keefe D was in Las Vegas and involved in the plot to assassinate Tupac.

Multiple sources informed authorities that Foxy met with Keefe and engaged him shortly before the Tupac shooting.

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According to an insider who spoke to the outlet, “There were secret and delicate conversations about Foxy being a witness at the trial.”

“She may appear to be critical of taking a stand or even making a statement about her recollection when around men who claim to have been with her a short time ago when he started killing Tupac.”

They went on to say: “Clearly, the focus of her participation in the trial will be whether she remembers any memories of Keefe. Prosecutors know that independent verification and meritorious The credibility of Keefe’s presence in Vegas would greatly benefit their case. And it would destroy Keefe’s defense of ‘no evidence that I was even there,’ which that his lawyers have released in recent weeks.”

After nearly thirty years of Tupac fans searching for justice, a major breakthrough came in September 2023 when Keefe D was arrested. The suspect has boldly admitted to being behind the famous rapper’s murder for years but is now denying all claims, even going so far as to name his nephew Orlando Anderson, the man who shot Tupac.

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