Brooklyn Rapper Foxy Brown May Testify in Keffe D’s Trial For Tupac Shakur’s Murder

Foxy Brown-Keffe-D-Tupac

Brooklyn rapper Foxy Brown might play a pivotal role in the upcoming trial of Duane “Keffe D” Davis, who faces charges related to the 1996 murder of iconic rapper Tupac Shakur.

According to sources cited by The Sun, prosecutors have received information that places Foxy Brown in Las Vegas on the night of Tupac’s fatal shooting on September 7, 1996.

Allegedly, she was seen with Keffe D and his associates, potentially providing key testimony in the high-profile case.

Keffe D’s defense hinges on the argument that there is no concrete proof of his presence at the crime scene. Although in his memoir, “Compton Street Legend,” Keffe D admits to being in Las Vegas that night, he disputes his involvement in the murder.

In his book, Keffe D claims that he encountered Eric “Zip” Martin, who reportedly supplied him with a gun.

He also mentions that Foxy Brown was present during this exchange. According to Keffe D, his now-deceased cousin, Orlando Anderson, was the actual shooter responsible for Tupac’s death. Anderson himself was killed two years after Tupac’s murder.

Keffe D’s narrative includes a detailed account of receiving the weapon from Zip. He describes approaching Zip’s car, noticing Foxy Brown inside, and being handed a .40 Glock pistol, which he concealed in his waistband. Keffe D asserts that he then exited the car, allowing Foxy Brown to re-enter before Zip drove away.

Keffe D’s attorney, Carl Arnold, maintains that his client fabricated his involvement in Tupac’s murder to gain notoriety and financial benefit.

Prosecutors, however, are seeking to have Foxy Brown corroborate her presence that night, aiming to challenge Keffe D’s claims.

Initially set for June 3, the trial has been rescheduled to November 4 by Clark County District Court Judge Carli Kierny.

Keffe D, 60, was arrested on September 29, 2023, in Henderson, Nevada. The arrest followed a search of his residence by Las Vegas police, who obtained a search warrant on July 17.

Keffe D pleaded not guilty to first-degree murder last November and faces a potential life sentence if convicted.

The charges stem from the tragic events of September 7, 1996, when Tupac Shakur was shot multiple times in a drive-by shooting after attending a Mike Tyson boxing match in Las Vegas.

The influential rapper and actor succumbed to his injuries six days later at the age of 25.