One day before what would be Tupac Shakur's 40th birthday (or will be depending on your belief), a man named Dexter Issac has admitted that he shot Tupac in the infamous November 1994 robbery in Quad Studios according to the good people at Allhiphop.com. Issac, currently serving a life sentence, says he was paid $2500 by Jimmy "Henchman" Rosemond to carry out the shooting/robbery. Issac noted he was coming forward now to give Tupac and Biggie's mothers "some closure" and ease his guilty conscience.
We could have used this information, say, 15 YEARS AGO! Maybe you could have said something when the man was still alive. Where was Mr. Issac when 'Pac was blaming Biggie and Bad Boy for setting him up?
Now he has a guilty conscience? Please.
Who knows what this info, if it's true, could have prevented: oh, a COASTAL WAR, maybe? The death of two music icons, perhaps?
Save the confession....