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Video Showing Keefe D Almost Choking to Death During an Interview Goes Viral Amidst Grand Jury News

A video of Keefe D, a gang member who claims to have witnessed the murder of Tupac Shakur, almost choking to death during an interview is going viral on social media. The video is from an interview that Keefe D did with The Art of Dialogue, about a year ago.

In the footage, Keefe D is seen coughing uncontrollably while answering a question. The interviewer asks him if he needs some water. However, his coughing gets worse and he starts to gasp for air. The interviewer then stops the interview, and Keefe D goes off camera while still struggling to breathe.

The video has resurfaced online amid the news that Keefe D is facing “imminent charges” in connection with Tupac’s murder, according to The Sun. The Las Vegas police have reportedly built enough evidence against him, and are ready to present it to a grand jury.

Keefe D has confessed to being in the car from which the fatal shots were fired at Tupac on September 7, 1996, but has never revealed who pulled the trigger. He has also given conflicting accounts of what happened that night in various interviews, books, and documentaries. In the past he alleged that P Diddy offered him $1 million to kill Tupac and Suge Knight in 1996.

Many fans of Tupac are outraged by Keefe D’s possible involvement in the murder, and his apparent lack of remorse. They have taken to social media to express their anger and disgust at him, as well as to mock his near-death experience in the interview. Some have even suggested that his coughing was a sign of divine justice or karma for his possible role in Tupac’s death.


Keefe D Was Allegedly Selling Items Connected to 2Pac’s Murder

A first responder named Chris Carroll who was allegedly the last man to see Tupac alive claimed that Keefe D was selling items connected to Tupac’s murder, which only increased the vitriol towards him. Carroll was one of the first responders called to the scene after 2pac was shot.

It’s safe to say Keefe D is public enemy number one right now in the hip-hop world ever since the news broke. To be possibly responsible for one of the greatest losses in hip-hop history is almost like the top level of a villain story arc.

The fact that a video of Keefe D almost choking to death during an interview is going viral, says all that needs to said about how people feel about him at the moment.

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