The legendary rapper Tupac Shakur. Picture: AP

If you watched the 2018 10-episode American crime documentary  'Unsolved: The Murders of Tupac and the Notorious B.I.G.', then you'd know that Keefe D, real name Duane Keith Davis, was a common denominator in both of the rappers' murders. 

However, in the Netflix TV show, Keefe D is adamant that he knows nothing about Biggie's murder, but what he knows about Tupac's death "will blow your motherf***ing mind".

Tupac, then aged just 25, died in hospital six days after he was gunned down in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996.

Interviewed for 'Unsolved', Davis speaks candidly about being a witness to the murder. 

The self-proclaimed “Compton Kingpin” begins by explaining that he has cancer granting him immunity from prosecution, hence why the confession comes 20 years later.

Davis claims that he sat in the front passenger's seat, next to Terrence Brown who was driving, while DeAndre Smith and Davis’s cousin, Orlando Anderson, were sitting in the back – all members of the gang, the Southside Crips. 

Davis says the shots came from the back, but does not name the shooter. “Going to keep it for the code of the streets. It just came from the backseat.”

Despite Davis not revealing who pulled the trigger, he did claim his nephew Orlando "Baby Lane" Anderson shot Tupac during previous interviews with police. Anderson had previously denied killing Tupac before his own gang-related death in 1998.

On the night Tupac was shot, the rapper attacked Anderson after the Bruce Seldon vs Mike Tyson boxing match with Suge Knight at the MGM Grand, in Las Vegas, over a robbery that happened earlier that year.

No one was ever prosecuted for Tupac or Biggie's murders.

Watch a clip of Davis' interview below.