If Judge orders Suge Knight to testify against Duane “Keefe D” Davis he already declined it.
Compton Menace says ‘FREE Keefe D’, Claims Orlando Anderson wasn’t the shooter who allegedly killed Tupac Shakur in Prison call with TMZ
Suge Knight won't reveal who killed Hip-Hop Icon Tupac Amaru Shakur: ‘I’m not going to be on the stand to testify’
On Monday (October 2), Knight conducted a Prisonhouse video interview with TMZ, and made it clear that he has no intention of taking the stand following the arrest of Duane “Keefe D” Davis last week. Knight was asked directly about his potential to be called to testify since he was in the car when Shakur was shot.
“1000% I wouldn’t go,” Knight said.”I wouldn’t testify, none of that.”
Suge Knight was injured in the 1996 drive-by shooting that killed Shakur, but he made it clear that he does not want to see Davis incarcerated.
“Me and Keefe D played on the same football team,” Knight explained. “And whatever the circumstances, if he did have involvement or if he didn’t have involvement in anything, I wouldn’t wish someone going to prison on my worst enemy.”
‘Keefe D’ nephew Orlando Anderson, who had previously been named as a suspect in the shooting, before he himself was gunned down in 1998.
In the image, which is said to have been taken in 1991, Davis can be seen standing in the middle of a group of five men. Anderson can be seen on the left hand side of his uncle, clutching a bottle of champagne.
Duane “Keefe D” Davis had previously claimed in a 2018 documentary that he was riding in the car with Anderson and handed him the murder weapon before he fired.
Following the announcement last Friday, “Keefe D” Davis has been charged with one count of murder with a deadly weapon in the killing of 2Pac, prosecutors announced on Friday, per the Associated Press.
Additionally, Suge Knight is currently serving a 28-year prison sentence for the deadly traffic incident that killed local business owner Terry Carter on January 29 at Tam’s Burgers in Compton, California.
Prosecutors in the case originally charged Knight with murder, saying he intentionally reversed his Ford truck before shifting gears and hitting the gas, barreling into Carter. The case then avoided trial after Knight accepted a plea deal for voluntary manslaughter in September 2018.
Suge testimony was shown to jurors in a Compton courthouse on Wednesday (June 8) as his defense in the wrongful death lawsuit brought by Carter’s wife and daughters, Rolling Stone reports.