Las Vegas, NV – On the night of September 7, 1996, Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times in Las Vegas, which led to his death at the age of 25 nearly a week later.

What else happened that night has been left up to hearsay, questionable police accounts and street gossip.

The thing is, the streets tend to get the story first and accurately.

Glasses Malone has integral knowledge of the streets’ news services and in a bold move, he taps into the spirit of late gangbanger Orlando Anderson for his new single, “2Pac Gotta Die.”

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What would you do, If 7 enemies jumped you ?????

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Although he was never formally charged, police and the streets have long believed that Anderson was the one who pulled the trigger on Pac. His uncle and fellow Crip Duane Keith Davis, a.k.a. “Keefe D,” even admitted that he coaxed his nephew into firing the shots in an interview last year.

The video chronicles Anderson’s chain of events including the trek from Compton to Vegas, the MGM scuffle (the same one that put Suge Knight behind bars, much to the demise of Death Row Records) and the murderous stakeout.

Watch the “2Pac Must Die” video up above and answer G. Malone’s question on Instagram.