Monday, July 15, 2024

Keefe D Continues Pursuit of Bond Despite Wack 100’s Failed Attempt

Keefe D Continues Pursuit of Bail Despite Judge’s Denial – Wack 100 Involved in Funding Controversy

Duane “Keefe D” Davis, the man accused of being involved in the killing of rapper Tupac Shakur, is still fighting to get out of jail on bond as he awaits trial. Despite a Nevada judge denying his latest attempt at posting bond, Davis and his lawyer, Carl Arnold, are determined to pursue this avenue.

Davis needs $750,000 to post bond, and he had a deal lined up with Wack 100 to secure the funds. However, the judge found the source of the money suspicious, leading to the denial of bail. Arnold expressed disappointment with the court’s decision, stating that they conducted thorough vetting of the funding source before the hearing.

During a recent court appearance via Zoom, Wack 100 claimed that the funds came from his business, 100 Entertainment. He spoke highly of Davis, describing him as a monumental figure in their community, and promised to only interview him once the trial was over.

Despite the setback, Davis and his legal team are not giving up. The latest developments in his case can be viewed on HotNewHipHop, and updates on the 2Pac murder trial will be provided as they unfold.

Stay tuned for further information on Duane “Keefe D” Davis and his ongoing legal battle.

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