2Pac’s father, Billy Garland, says he believes his son’s murder was planned by the U.S government and that the feds were spying on the controversial rapper in a recent interview with The Art Of Dialogue.
Garland said Pac should never have fought Orlando Anderson in Las Vegas the night of his death.
“He never should have did that. Pac just got hyper and he thought he had to lead. If you notice in the video, everybody was following him around. He’s the money-maker. Death Row was the $100 million thing, but everybody’s following 2Pac. Think about that logic. Everything he did, everybody attached themselves to him, and he felt obligated to prove that ‘I’m gonna be your leader.’ And he struck [Orlando] first, only because someone had told him that this is the guy who stole the Death Row medallion,” Garland said.
Tupac’s father continued, “Now, the way he did it was off-limits. Cameras every-f-cking-where, c’mon, but that’s the irrational sh-t you do. And you know that broke my heart, but a lot of little sh-t that he did. But look at all the good sh-t that he did. Now look what he did, look what he’s done. I don’t think it’ll be done again.”
Garland then accused the government of cutting a deal with “Keefe D” Davis.
“Well, I think the key question there is the government. The government gave him the deal. [2Pac] was being tailed by the government the night of his assassination. He was being tailed by the government while in the studio — that’s a known fact. So I don’t know this guy Keefe, I don’t know. Maybe he had to say that to get out of some issue, I don’t know. I just know it looked like a set up to me. Somebody told this guy to stand there with the Death Row thing and it pursued to what we had, but I don’t think [Orlando Anderson] had anything to do with the death of my son…not at all.”