Podcasters offer 100K bounty for Tupac’s Killers

Two Podcasters from Las Vegas have offered up 100K for information that would lead to the arrest of the person responsible for shooting Tupac Shakur.

Someone must be feeling hot under the collar. With a 100K bounty on your head for a 26-year-old crime, I cannot imagine it is going down well with whoever shot those fatal bullets, killing legendary Rapper Tupac Shakur on that fateful day back in 1996. 

The Hip-hop legend was struck by four bullets in a drive-by shooting at an intersection near the Las Vegas Strip while leaving a Mike Tyson match at the MGM Grand. He died six days later in the hospital at the age of 25.

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Two Las Vegas-based podcasts are now joining efforts to offer a $100,000 reward for information leading to the arrest and conviction of rapper Tupac Shakur’s killer.

The bounty comes on the heels of Tuesday’s “The Problem Solver” podcast, and the 26th anniversary of the rapper’s death. The podcast’s host, David Kohlmeier, announced that he was offering $50,000 for information that would lead to the hip-hop legend’s killer.

Jon Orlando of “The Action Junkeez” podcast, stepped in and matched the offer, making the reward a total of $100,000.

It’s near impossible to calibrate the ramifications of such a bounty, if indeed anyone did come forward with reliable information on who killed Tupac, I guess we will have to wait and see.