Do you want to know what really happened with the murders of Tupac Shakur and Notorious B.I.G.? Want to know the truth? Need to see all of the criminal evidence?
Today, check out director Mike Dorsey’s top five reasons you should buy his new “Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie & Tupac Murders” this week! [Make sure to read each reason to win your own copy from SOHH/getFRUSH.com!]
Reason 1: The Access
The first reason you should watch “Murder Rap: Inside The Biggie & Tupac Murders” is because this is an inside look at all of the case files that I had access to. This is really the first film made about this that dives head on to all of the criminal investigations that went into trying to solve 2Pac and Biggie’s murders. The incredible access to the film is the first reason. We site around 40-something case files and have witness interviews from 10 different people from the tapes. There’s the confession to 2Pac’s murder on tape. It’s about all of this evidence.
Reason 2: Not The Same Story
The second reason is because there’s a lot of films on this subject from the past and they’ve always worked with a very small fraction of the evidence. So we’re in an uphill battle because we know some people are exhausted but I think people have been burned heavy in the past from films based on speculation and light on evidence. We have an enormous amount of evidence backing up the film.
Reason 3: The Confession
The third reason is because of the confession to 2Pac’s murder by the alleged leader of the Southside Crips gang in Los Angeles. That for me was the focus of the film. It’s all supported by other evidence. To hear his actual words about what went down that night in Las Vegas after the Tyson fight, it’s really fascinating.
Reason 4: The Process
The fourth reason is because of how long the process was. This was an incredibly long process. It took us two and a half years to make it and it’s just great to see it finally getting released to the world.
Reason 5: The Truth
The fifth reason is because this has been backed up by so many voices. It’s been on television through the Reelz channel since November and a lot of people have been able to see it that way. It’s also been on Amazon for a few weeks now. We have gotten a lot of support from people like Daz Dillinger on Twitter and Masta Ace tweeted about us this week. I have also heard from people online and have been contacted directly by people involved in the gang scene in the 90’s and they’re saying this is what they heard happened time and time again. I think there’s an authenticity to this and it’s the worst kept secret in Compton. This is what happened.