Tupac Shakur’s Alledged Quad City Shooter Confesses

Managing Hip-Hop Editor
06.15.11 46 Comments


According to AHH, the small amount above is what Dexter Isaac, an associate of Jimmy Henchmen, claims he was paid to shoot Tupac at Quad City in 1994. While he’s currently serving a life sentence in prison, Isaac’s decided to share the news about the “the mistake I did for that sucker [Jimmy Henchman]” now since he says the statute of limitations have expired on the crime. The inmate said “I am trying to clean it up to give [Tupac and Biggie’s] mothers some closure.”

Of course, Isaac’s confession comes at a strange time while Henchmen is still on the run from authorities for those pesky coke distribution charges and one day prior to what would be ‘Pac’s 40th birthday tomorrow. But if he is telling the truth, it’s fair to say Isaac was one of the catalysts in initiating one of rap’s darkest, most violent periods.

Isacc’s full statement can be read below. To enlarge, click here or on the statment itself.

Jimmy Henchman Associate Admits to Shooting Tupac; Apologizes To Pac & B.I.G.’s Mothers [AHH]

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