Some of the last moments of rapper Tupac Shakur’s life before he was shot and died 27 years ago have been seen in recently released pictures.
Just days after indicting suspect Duane “Keefe D” Davis, a Nevada Grand Jury was given never-before-seen photographs and footage of the night the hip-hop legend was slain on Monday. Investigators accused and detained Davis, 60, in connection with Tupac’s death on Friday and released the photographs after their arrest.
Nearly 30 years have passed since Tupac was slain in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas before the arrest. According to 8NewsNow, pictures shown before the grand jury on Monday show the car Tupac had been a passenger in, which had gunshot holes across the length of the front and back passenger doors. According to reports, the photos also showed scenes from Tupac’s autopsy.
A blurry video of the rapper exiting the MGM Grand after a Mike Tyson fight earlier that evening was also played for the grand jury. According to reports, Tupac was escorting a group of over a dozen individuals—including Death Row Records CEO Marion “Suge” Knight—through the structure.
Shortly later, more video depicts the group assaulting Orlando ‘Baby Lane’ Anderson, a member of a rival gang, in the MGM Grand lobby. Shakur reportedly supported Mob Piru and the Bloods but was not a member of any one gang.