Floyd Mayweather Backtracks on Admitting to Witnessing 2pac Murder

Floyd Mayweather Backtracks Witnessing 2pac Murder

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Floyd Mayweather backtracks witnessing 2pac murder, as the TBE King of Boxing clears up any confusion from the video footage. This past week, previously released footage of Floyd Mayweather revealing a story on the assassination of 2pac Shakur resurfaced. There, Floyd went into detail on what he saw, revealing he was living directly across the street from the block where the shooting took place. There, 2pac suffered multiple bullets to his body, where he would sadly lose his life days later – where Suge was also shot in the head and chest.

Floyd addressed the video saying, “In 1996 when Tupac Shakur was killed, I lived in the Meridian Apartments located on Flamingo and Koval Ln., which just so happens to be the area where Tupac was shot. I have never said I witnessed the shooting. All of these false accusations stem from me sharing the location of the shooting with John Singleton due to my familiarity of the area since I lived there.”

He continued on saying, “This does not mean I witnessed Tupac’s shooting. John Singleton was making a documentary or movie about Tupac, so he reached out to me asking where Flamingo and Koval Ln was located. John was my friend, so I showed him this location with no hesitation. The location of Tupac’s shooting is public knowledge and me living near there was just a coincidence. I did not witness Tupac Shakur’s death.”

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