Tupac’s father Billy Garland is showing he’s not above buying into a juicy conspiracy theory, and wholeheartedly believes the United States government killed his son.
n his latest interview bit with “The Art of Dialogue,” Billy claims his son was tailed by the government for years including September 7, 1996, when Pac was shot in Vegas.
Rap fans have heard the stories a million times … Pac and members of Death Row Records’ entourage stomped out Los Angeles native Orlando Anderson following the Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon fight, only for him allegedly to return hours later, guns a blazing.
Billy condemned Pac’s behavior that night, citing his need to prove himself to the Death Row team. He also scolded Suge Knight and the security team for not protecting the label’s money maker and being too comfortable with him leading the charge.
Orlando’s uncle Keefe D has implicated his nephew (and himself) in the Tupac shooting for years … but Billy thinks his self-snitching has been a part of the government’s master plan and doesn’t think either of them had anything to do with the murder.
For what it’s worth, Pac’s murder remains unsolved.