When late Senator Dianne Feinstein slipped into the great goodnight, passing away at age 90, she may have made one final offering to the great American zeitgeist — revealing who the f—k killed Tupac Shakur.
As news of the lawmaker’s death made headlines on Thursday, alongside the Las Vegas arrest of Duane Keith “Keffe D” Davis in connection with Tupac Shakur’s 1996 murder, several internet sleuths whipped out their tin foil hats, questioning whether these two serendipitous events were just that or the markers of a broader conspiracy.
After 27 years, Duane ‘Keefe D’ Davis has officially been charged with the murder of Tupac Shakur.— Pop Base (@PopBase) September 29, 2023
The investigation began in September 1996. pic.twitter.com/tEYulgCfuh
“They arrested someone for Tupac's murder the day after Feinstein died,” speculated Rolling Stone’s Miles Klee. “From this we can only assume she was protecting him all these years.”
While Klee, as well as several argued that Feinstein may have let on some key information that led to the arrest, @kathbarbador, however, took a more direct approach, suggesting that the nonagenarian herself may have been the one to pull the trigger.
“They just arrested a guy in Tupac’s murder and said he’s the last living suspect,” they theorized. “I’m just saying it’s interesting that this happened right after Feinstein died…”
But regardless of whether the late Senator actually admitted to having Makaveli’s blood on his hands in her final hours on this planet, one thing is certain — to paraphrase @jherrerx, God is doing one hell of a Friday news dump.
Feinstein dies, suspect arrested in Tupac’s murder case, New York is underwater. God is doing a classic Friday newsdump— Jack Herrera (@jherrerx) September 29, 2023