Tupac was close with the rap group Outlawz at the time of the shooting, and some of them were with him on the night he was killed.
Napoleon, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, said in a YouTubelive session that his fellow Outlawz member, Yaki Kadafi, actually laid eyes on the shooter.
Napoleon said during the session ‘Kadafi actually seen the person who killed Pac,’ adding ‘He said the guy looked right at him, he pulled the arm out and saw the shooting you know what I mean.’
‘They witnessed it, the Outlawz was there but Kadafi seen the guy.
‘The guy looked at Kadafi and Kadafi looked back at him.
‘And Kadafi didn’t expect, he didn’t know what was about to happen until he seen an arm come out the window.
In 1996 in Las Vegas, rapper Tupac Shakur was fatally shot by a still unknown drive-by shooter as he was riding Death Row records president Suge Knight, who survived shooting, behind police tape at crime scene
He also says he does not think the man that Kadafi saw was Orlando Anderson, known as ‘Baby Lane’ , a member of the notorious gang the Crips, and who police once named as the main suspect.
Within two months of the shooting, at 19-years-old, Kadafi was killed in an ‘accidental shooting’ in New Jersey.
Napoleon added: ‘Why Kadafi didn’t tell the police?’
‘You gotta understand where we come from in that particular time as Kadafi said to the police, he didn’t want to participate with the police.
‘That’s a code from the streets.’
Baby Lane was killed two years later, in 1998 in a shootout in Compton.
This comes on the heels of claims by Suge Knight’s son that Tupac is still alive and living in Malaysia.
Knight was the president of Tupac’s label Death Row Records and was just sentenced to 28 years behind bars for the hit and run death of a man while shooting ‘Straight Outta Compton.’
His son, Suge J. Knight took to Instagram earlier this month with a series of posts raising the idea that the fatal September 7, 1996 shooting of the rap icon was a hoax, and that Tupac is alive and well in Malaysia.
He posted a quote that read, ‘Tupac is alive,’ followed by an exchange of texts in which someone wrote to him, ‘You said [too] much. Time for you to go.’
Former Outlawz member Napoleon, whose real name is Mutah Wassin Shabazz Beale, says fellow member Yaki Kadafi saw Tupac’s killer
He added shots that showed a man who looked like an older incarnation of the California Love rapper posed in a selfie, as well as with artists such as 50 Cent and Beyoncé, with both of the latter in current day forms.
Suge J. Knight made numerous references to the involvement of the Illuminati with the alleged cover-up, and said he was ‘not on drugs’ in raising the jarring allegations.
This summer, Vegas Police said they would re-open an investigation into his death after a documentary offered up new evidence.
In the documentary ‘Unsolved, the Tupac and Biggie Murders’, Anderson’s uncle Keefe D, who was riding in a car with him, alleges it was him who pulled the trigger.
Fans have called for him to be arrested, alleging that he was an accessory to murder.
Police in Las Vegas say they are not close to putting anyone in handcuffs, but they are continuing to examine the evidence.
‘We are aware of the statements made in a BET interview regarding the Tupac case.
‘As a result of those statements we have spent the last several months reviewing the case in its entirety,’ the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said in a statement.
Napoleon (with the snake) says fellow Outlawz member Yaki Kadafi (kneeling, right) saw Tupac’s killer. Kadafi was killed just two months after Pac was shot and killed in Vegas