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    United States: 27 years after Tupac’s death, a search took place in the suburbs of Las Vegas

    A search in connection with the investigation into the death of Tupac Shakur took place in Nevada on Monday, Las Vegas authorities told the press.

    Twenty-seven years after Tupac’s death, the investigation into the murder of one of music history’s greatest rappers appears to be continuing. In a press release, Las Vegas police said a search took place on Monday July 17 in Henderson, Nevada, in the western United States.

    ABC News, citing a police source, reports that a “home” in this suburban Las Vegas town was raided.

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    No further details have yet been released by the authorities, contacted by the news agency Associated Press, which explains that Nevada does not have a statute of limitations for homicide cases. And the case of the murder of Tupac, murdered in September 1996 in Las Vegas at the age of 25, has still not been solved.

    A music legend

    Tupac Shakur was shot while he was in his car, stopped at a red light, on the evening of September 7, 1996. Hit by several bullets, he was rushed to hospital, where he died of from his injuries a week later.

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    ABC News recalls that no one has been arrested in connection with this investigation. A few months after Tupac’s death, another rapper was murdered: Christopher Wallace (Notorious BIG). The two cases could be linked, explains the American media, even if neither has ever been resolved.

    A hip-hop legend, Tupac had risen to the top of American West Coast artists. During his brief and dazzling career, the rapper, at the origin of the hits California, Changes, Dear Mama And All Eyez On Mehas sold 75 million albums.

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    Tupac Shakur, who would have been 51, is still very influential in the world of hip-hop. Almost 30 years after his death, he was finally rewarded in early June 2023 with a star on Hollywood’s “Walk of Fame”.

    Source: BFM TV

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