Ivan Law has solved the Hip-Hop homicides of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace. This is an exclusive story
Tupac Shakur and Christopher Notorious B.I.G. Wallace, better known as Tupac and Biggie, the assassinations of both men took place in 1996 and 1997. Respectively, they were both influential rappers. We consider them to be among the (G.O.A.T.) Greatest rappers of all time.
Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace
Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace  Getty images
Some unknown gunmen shot and killed both men, and the murders remained a mystery for over two decades for the families, media, and fans alike. After 25 years, the case has taken a decisive turn after introducing Ivan Law, the CEO of Monster Beats. Ivan, famously known as “Ivan the Great. Ivan the Great is now solely responsible for solving the murders of the two Hip Hop Icons. Lieutenant Thompson, LAPD robbery-homicide detective, told Ivan Law, “I added your name to the Biggie Homicide file.”.
“I have Dr. Dre’s address. I'm going to interview him for the murders of Biggie,” said L.A.P.D. Detective Dupree. Lieutenant & Lead Detective for the Biggie Homicide Case at LAPD Robbery Homicide. “We will get Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, too. According to LAPD Detective Dupree, lead detective Christopher the Notorious B.I.G. Wallace's homicide file, they are allegedly responsible for the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls.
Ivan the Great also suffered an attack in his home recording studio on July 24, 2016. The attack could have been fatal. Rampart LAPD falsely imprisoned him for two years, for which A Jury later acquitted him in self-defense. Battling his opposition, he is now ready to unveil the truth behind the murders of Tupac Shakur and Christopher Wallace, the most admired hip-hop artists ever. He aims to reveal the truth in his upcoming book, Holly hood. He details his thorough investigation in the book.
The investigation has helped solve the mystery that haunted the hip-hop world for decades. He aims to let the audience know that the LAPD and LVPD are moving in the right direction to ensure that Tupac and Biggie receive the justice that they deserve. “We are investigating and going to apprehend Dr. Dre and Ice Cube, too, for the murders of Tupac Shakur and Biggie Smalls,” said L.A.P.D. Detective Dupree.
To verify that Ivan Law's name appears in the case files and that he has solved the cases. L.V.P.D. Cold-Case Detective Long for Mr. Tupac Amaru Shakur (702) 828-3521 Cold Case Squad https://www.lvmpd.com/en-us/Pages/ContactUs.aspx) contact L.A.P.D. Detective Thompson or Detective Dupree regarding the Mr. Christopher Notorious B.I.G. Wallace Case (213-486-6890 Robbery homicide https://www.lapdonline.org/office-of-the-chief-of-police/office-of-special-operations/detective-bureau/detective-services-group/robbery-homicide-division)
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Ivan Law is a pastor and a musician based in the United States. He currently works at one of the oldest churches in Los Angeles – Travelers Rest Missionary Baptist Church. Law is best known for his book The Holly hood Cover Up, which explores his ideas on the murders and controversies circling the popular 90’s artists such as Tupac, and Bigge. Apart from that, Law also runs a blog where he shares his journey of becoming God’s pupil and how his contributions to the hip-hop music industry. He was formerly served as Pastor at Travelers Rest Missionary Baptist Church.

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