Wow! We guess that inmate was telling the truth the entire time!
Back in June of last year, Dexter Isaac admitted to the 1994 shooting of Tupac Shakur on behalf of his associate James "Jimmy Henchman" Rosemond, and now, the talent manager - who was found guilty of opeating a drug ring and was indicted for murder last week - has admitted his part in the Quad Studios shooting that led to the famed rapper's ultimately fatal feud with The Notorious B.I.G.!
According to sources, Rosemond was interogatted in nine "Queen For a Day" proffer sessions, which is when the government agrees to not prosecute a suspect in exchange for them confessing knowledge to certain crimes, during which he came clown about his involvement in the ambush!
However, because the statute of limitations on robbery is seven years, we doubt anything further will come from this - at least exclusively!
It must be a relief for many to know what exactly happened after all this time, and given Rosemand's current situation behind bars, we're at least comforted to know that his actions and crimes are finally catching up with him.
May Tupac R.I.P.
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