“I think it’s a testament to if you’re a rapper they’re not gonna investigate it. Anything that was said was said by the perpetrator,” Treach said. “Whatever went on the system first knew a lot of this way before.
“Me, I’m just one, there’s two families on either side of life that’s destroyed. When anyone dies or the shooter, it’s n-ggas against n-ggas… Look at the fucking world, everyone stands with each other.”
The East Coast rapper continued: “Suge [Knight] said they wanted him to get on stand. We cut from different cloths. Nobody is ever going on the stand for shit. That ain’t supposed to stop police from doing their muthafuckin’ job.”
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Treach believes police had all the ammunition they needed to make an arrest in the case but essentially refused to do so.
“Nah they been knowing. I’ve seen documentaries for decades. Many laying down, many details. If you got on tape in Vegas in a casino of an altercation between different gang factions, that’s a No. 1 suspect,” he added.
“It’s on camera for the cops and then the documentaries come out and say it and we over there like, ‘Duh.’ 20 years ago he would’ve got locked up and he’d be out now. And now you going in, so you never coming out. It’s our people that does it to our people.”
Keefe D was arrested in September in connection with the September 1996 murder of 2Pac, who was fatally shot aged 25 during a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas.
Accused of “orchestrating” the hit, Davis has been charged with murder with a deadly weapon in affiliation with a criminal gang. He is currently being held in the Clark County Detention Center without bail.
The former gang leader has made several public comments about the murder in recent years. In his 2019 book Compton Street Legend, he confessed to providing the murder weapon, which was allegedly fired by his nephew and fellow gang member Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson.
Authorities claim the killing was “retribution” against 2Pac, who alongside his entourage had beaten up Anderson inside the MGM Grand hotel and casino hours earlier.
He’ll stand trial next year with a start date of June 3, 2024. He has pleaded not guilty to the murder of the rap legend, and will remain jailed until the trial next summer.