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Inversion5

Dr. Dre Kills Tupac, Biggie & Tries 50 & Suge

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Inversion5

I shall present the theory in full detail, but looking at the facts of Tupac calling Dr. Dre gay, Dr. Dre being on his way out the door in the record company... it all just seems to stem from eliminating all competition. 50 cent was shot, almost dead, then left Columbia to "join" Dr. Dre's company... Also, Dr. Dre releases albums soon after the killings/attempted killings :wacko: (as if it were some inspiration). For instance, the lyrics here ( https://genius.com/Dr-dre-murder-ink-lyrics ) speaks to me as if he his talking about 50 cent. Then the Aftermath lyrics of Crown the Empire after the killing of Tupac...

This is the basics, again, I will present more evidence to elaborate on the theory. Stay tuned.

Oh, the killings were way of orders, hypothetically. I suspect that he ordered to kill Shug Knight recently also. So again, attempted killings/killings by orders theory/theme.

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Area201

Dr Dre is behind all the killings for one gay comment? I have not investigated this case, but does seem far fetched. I think he just wanted out. Lets see what you provide as more evidence. 

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26 minutes ago, Area201 said:

Dr Dre is behind all the killings for one gay comment? I have not investigated this case, but does seem far fetched. I think he just wanted out. Lets see what you provide as more evidence. 

Yes, that is all the evidence I have briefly touched on :rolleyes: He could of been homophobic. Not the first time someone kills over homophobia. Again, that is one element to it. Overall, eliminating competition. He doesn't look like a nice guy either. All beefed up, cruel looking in the face. Isn't there some theory that your face eventually molds to your mood...:lol::blink: Plus he is money hungry. Hey, its a theory anyway, one that has not been stated. So why not?^_^ Tupac's killer is still on the loose, right? - No need to answer.

To me Dr. Dre is trying really hard to distance himself from Tupac: Tupac joined Suge Knight in taunting Dre and (dubiously) calling him gay. “Tupac never knew me,” Dre told journalist Harris Rosen in his book N.W.A – The Aftermath. “Tupac had never been to my house before. He doesn’t even know where I live. We never even been in the same car together.”  - http://www.complex.com/music/2016/09/tupac-shakur-things-you-didnt-know/tupac-dr-dre-relationship

Yet Dr. Dre worked with all of them, Tupac included. So why such voracity in distancing himself instead of embracing a possibly good relationship with Tupac? It just seems overly self-defensive.

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Truthseeker007

I think they were all the pawns in an elaborate game. The ones that obeyed their masters and handlers survived. Tupac and Biggie were starting to speak out about the whole game and dead men can't talk. That is just the way I see it.

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Lilly

How about this, they're all a bunch of gangsters and anyone of them could have committed murder for all sorts of monetary based criminal reasons. The mafia operates in very much the same manner.

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rashore

Can't help it... reading this thread got this song stuck in my head, such a serious jam:

 

But this thread is sounding much more like a conspiracy theory than a potential true crime theory so far.

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54 minutes ago, rashore said:

Can't help it... reading this thread got this song stuck in my head, such a serious jam:

 

But this thread is sounding much more like a conspiracy theory than a potential true crime theory so far.

It may well be a conspiracy.

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Inversion5

Interesting how when the N.W.A. started in 1986 rappers started dying:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_murdered_hip_hop_musicians

I think that Dr. Dre had a power trip and could not stop his murderous ways. All of them in the N.W.A. must of wanted to expose him, but nobody wants to be dead.

I'm curious as to who started the rumor that Tupac was still alive. It serves as a great distraction to the murder. If he were alive, there would be no murder. But he is dead, so he was murdered. <_<

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Inversion5
4 hours ago, rashore said:

Can't help it... reading this thread got this song stuck in my head, such a serious jam:

 

But this thread is sounding much more like a conspiracy theory than a potential true crime theory so far.

Dr. Dre comes off as the dominate force in the video. It fits his persona. Conspiracy... lol... that is how prosecutors in all states often proceed. They put crazy ass pieces together that do not necessarily fit, its called circumstantial evidence. However, sometimes pieces do fit nicely and I think the pieces I am presenting so far fit nicely under the circumstances. All you have to do is find the money. I believe that nobody would kill these rappers without pay. So find gang affiliates that had an influx of money around the times of the killings and get them to confess, and we may have a case against Dr. Dre. If these gang affiliates do not want to come back as flies on cow dung for one thousand years, they better do what is right, and they may even be given a lessor sentence and a tiny sliver of praise for bringing down the Killer of Rappers.

Also, Charles Manson got life in prison for killing by way of orders. So it can/does happen.

And yes, this is a conspiracy theory (a theory of conspiracy), which is also a true crime if the theory pans-out (example above - Charles Manson).

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Truthseeker007
17 hours ago, dirtierdragoon4 said:

Interesting how when the N.W.A. started in 1986 rappers started dying:  https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_murdered_hip_hop_musicians

I think that Dr. Dre had a power trip and could not stop his murderous ways. All of them in the N.W.A. must of wanted to expose him, but nobody wants to be dead.

I'm curious as to who started the rumor that Tupac was still alive. It serves as a great distraction to the murder. If he were alive, there would be no murder. But he is dead, so he was murdered. <_<

I am not sure it was Dr.Dre for he is just a pawn and has his own handlers. I am more inclined to believe it was FBI Cointellpro. Tupac and Biggie were on their ways onto exposing a few things so it was of the best interests for those in control to take them out. They had too much of a voice that people listened to. Just like they took out MLK but that is another thread topic.

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Inversion5
5 hours ago, Truthseeker007 said:

I am not sure it was Dr.Dre for he is just a pawn and has his own handlers. I am more inclined to believe it was FBI Cointellpro. Tupac and Biggie were on their ways onto exposing a few things so it was of the best interests for those in control to take them out. They had too much of a voice that people listened to. Just like they took out MLK but that is another thread topic.

it's a stretch, but I'll give you one point for it being a possibility. :D

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2 hours ago, dirtierdragoon4 said:

it's a stretch, but I'll give you one point for it being a possibility. :D

Just to elaborate, at this point, Dr. Dre most likely killed all these people by ordering it. So it is a higher probability than a possibility. I would not give him the death penalty. If we can trace the money from him to the gang affiliates, then I still would not give him a death sentence because there is a 1% chance it could be a coincidence. However, I am comfortable, beyond a reasonable doubt, that he should be jailed for the rest of his current life. When he naturally dies, he will come back as a maggot spawning from the dead corpses of the innocent, and he will live that life for two thousand years and eventually work his way through the small consciousnesses of other creatures for a longer period of time, where eventually he will be given another chance on being a better human. However, if he admits his wrongs then his afterlife sentencing will be minimized, maybe he will comeback as a human. TIME IS TICKING "DR." DRE!!!!

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Area201
On 1/15/2018 at 2:38 PM, dirtierdragoon4 said:

Dr. Dre comes off as the dominate force in the video. It fits his persona. Conspiracy... lol... that is how prosecutors in all states often proceed. They put crazy ass pieces together that do not necessarily fit, its called circumstantial evidence. However, sometimes pieces do fit nicely and I think the pieces I am presenting so far fit nicely under the circumstances. All you have to do is find the money. I believe that nobody would kill these rappers without pay. So find gang affiliates that had an influx of money around the times of the killings and get them to confess, and we may have a case against Dr. Dre. If these gang affiliates do not want to come back as flies on cow dung for one thousand years, they better do what is right, and they may even be given a lessor sentence and a tiny sliver of praise for bringing down the Killer of Rappers.

Also, Charles Manson got life in prison for killing by way of orders. So it can/does happen.

And yes, this is a conspiracy theory (a theory of conspiracy), which is also a true crime if the theory pans-out (example above - Charles Manson).

I don't buy your theory. Dr Dre comes off very non-violent type. There was an altercation about a stolen chain at Las Vegas casino and from there it's simple "beef". You step on someone's toes, it's going down and the way they handle things is not fists, but guns.

One aspect of the killings is how each of the rappers talked about being killed or dying in their songs. It's like the "secret" of putting it out there assisted in materializing the deaths. 

I've never looked deep into this so maybe there's a lot more I'm missing out. Suge Knight ran over someone to death and in jail. He was the real death row thug, not so much dr dre, tupac. 

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Hre2breal

Suge Knight was behind it all for sure..

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Hre2breal
On 1/16/2018 at 8:38 AM, dirtierdragoon4 said:

Dr. Dre comes off as the dominate force in the video. It fits his persona. Conspiracy... lol... that is how prosecutors in all states often proceed. They put crazy ass pieces together that do not necessarily fit, its called circumstantial evidence. However, sometimes pieces do fit nicely and I think the pieces I am presenting so far fit nicely under the circumstances. All you have to do is find the money. I believe that nobody would kill these rappers without pay. So find gang affiliates that had an influx of money around the times of the killings and get them to confess, and we may have a case against Dr. Dre. If these gang affiliates do not want to come back as flies on cow dung for one thousand years, they better do what is right, and they may even be given a lessor sentence and a tiny sliver of praise for bringing down the Killer of Rappers.

Also, Charles Manson got life in prison for killing by way of orders. So it can/does happen.

And yes, this is a conspiracy theory (a theory of conspiracy), which is also a true crime if the theory pans-out (example above - Charles Manson).

I cant help but think that you have preconcieved prejudices for Dre..In my opinion Suge Knight was the one who was the bully, He thought he was God basicallly an he most certainly believed he was accountable to no one. He believed he was above any laws.Not only that as far as Tupac goes Suge placed the car right where it needed to be for the murder..My moneys always been on Suge..He wanted the royalties for all their music...Esp Tupac`s..

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Hre2breal

Puc was wanting out Suge knew it, When an if he left which he never got to do ,but if he had he was going to cut ties with Suge.For Suge he was gona loose his gold mine of royalties...I believe he hated Pac for even thinkn of doing this, That much he wanted to be there to watch him Die...

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Booth
On 1/15/2018 at 6:42 AM, Lilly said:

How about this, they're all a bunch of gangsters and anyone of them could have committed murder for all sorts of monetary based criminal reasons. The mafia operates in very much the same manner.

I was thinking the same. And it need not even be monetary-based. By thug logic, it's perfectly reasonable to take a silly insult, a stray elbow on the basketball court, or any other perceived slight and escalate it to murder. The vast majority of these ghetto scumbags are incapable of resolving the most trivial conflict with anything other than violence, even those that become wealthy. Given that all of these guys were exactly that, and are/were surrounded by many other such "people", it could've been any one of them, for any reason.

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