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2Pac's Siblings React to Keefe D's Arrest

2Pac's sister and brother speak out about the arrest of Duane "Keefe D" Davis in connection to their brother's killing.

In a heartfelt statement shared on Instagram, Sekyiwa "Set" Shakur, the sister of the late rapper 2Pac, expressed her mixed emotions regarding the recent arrest of Duane "Keefe D" Davis in connection to her brother's killing. While she acknowledged the significance of progress being made in the case, she emphasized the importance of not rushing to conclusions.

Sekyiwa began her statement by highlighting the profound impact of the 27-year silence surrounding the case, both within their community and beyond. She stressed the need for the world, the country, the justice system, and their people to recognize the gravity of her brother's passing. She asserted that his life and death should not go unsolved or unrecognized, and while she acknowledged the current victory, she reserved judgment until all the facts and legal proceedings were complete. Sekyiwa emphasized that there were multiple individuals involved and many unanswered questions surrounding her brother's life and death. She made it clear that their pursuit was for real justice on all fronts.

Mopreme, 2Pac's brother, echoed Sekyiwa's sentiments in an interview with NewsNation. He expressed cautious optimism about the potential outcomes resulting from Davis's arrest. After years of dealing with the trauma surrounding his brother's murder, Mopreme acknowledged that any accountability at this point would contribute to their healing process.

However, Mopreme also expressed disappointment in the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department for their delayed action regarding the alleged clues pointing to Davis's involvement in the murder. He highlighted Davis's public presence through podcast interviews and YouTube, questioning why law enforcement had not acted sooner. Mopreme emphasized that in any case, receiving numerous clues should prompt thorough follow-up investigations.

Duane "Keefe D" Davis was arrested on September 29 and is scheduled to be arraigned on October 4 for the murder of 2Pac. As of now, he remains in custody without bail.

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