Foxy Brown Wanted As Star Witness In Tupac Murder Trial

Foxy Brown during Mario Winans CD Release Party for Hurt No More at Lot 61 in New York City, New York, United States. (Photo by Johnny Nunez/WireImage)

Foxy Brown is being pursued by prosecutors to serve as a star witness in the murder trial of rap icon Tupac Shakur, involving Duane “Keefe D” Davis. 

According to the U.S. Sun, the Clark County District Attorney’s office is compiling a witness list to support their case against Davis, suggesting he was in Las Vegas and orchestrating the assassination. Informants have indicated that the 45-year-old rap star, best known for her hit songs “Get Me Home” and “I’ll Be,” saw and interacted with Davis mere hours before Tupac’s shooting. An insider from Metro revealed that “secret and delicate conversations” are ongoing about Foxy’s potential testimony.

Born Inga DeCarlo Fung Marchand, Foxy Brown was reportedly in Las Vegas with associates of Davis on September 7, 1996, shortly before Tupac was shot by members of the Southside Crips gang.

“She could prove vital by taking the stand or even providing a statement about her recollections of the events and the individuals she was with,” the insider added. 

Tupac’s fans have sought justice for the iconic rapper for nearly three decades. A breakthrough occurred in September 2023 with the arrest of Keefe D, who had long claimed responsibility for Tupac’s murder.

In his memoir, Keefe detailed the night of the shooting, alleging that he handed the gun to his nephew, Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson, who then fired the fatal shot. Keefe claimed the motive was linked to an offer from rapper Diddy to eliminate both Tupac Shakur and Suge Knight.