Tupac Shooter Confesses: "I Want to Apologize




Justice isn't going to be done, but...better late than never?
A man who's already behind bars for life has confessed to participating in an attack on Tupac Shakur at a New York City recording studio in November 1994, two years before the rapper was gunned down in Las Vegas.
But why is Dexter Isaac, who sent a statement to AllHipHop.com from prison, coming clean about this now all of a sudden?

Well, for one, the statute of limitations on the assault rap has passed. And Isaac was named in an accused drug dealer's statement as a government informant (and, presumably, no one in prison want to be labeled a rat).
But today also would have been Shakur's 40th birthday, and Isaac—he's serving a life sentence for murder, robbery , fraud and witness intimidation—also says that he wanted to clear his conscience and make sure the right people are blamed for the attack.
"I want to apologize to his family," Isaac told AllHipHop. "I am trying to clean it up to give [Tupac and  

Notorious B.I.G.'s] mothers some closure."
Isaac claims that he still has all the jewelry he stole from the rapper except for one diamond ring. Furthermore, he says, he still has one of Shakur's chains taken during the attack, during which Shakur was shot five times.
The 1994 shooting was notorious for allegedly setting off a deadly feud between Shakur and Biggie, who was shot to death in L.A. in March 1997, six months after Shakur was killed. Both slayings remain unsolved.
Czar Entertainment founder James Rosemond was indicted last month for his alleged role in a cocaine ring and during questioning he pegged Isaac as a government informant who was dishing out faulty information while incarcerated for other crimes.
An arrest warrant was issued for Rosemond on the drug charges, but he is not yet in custody.

Dear Mama

Published on May 8th, 2011
“MY MOTHER TAUGHT ME THREE THINGS: RESPECT, KNOWLEDGE, SEARCH FOR KNOWLEDGE. IT’S AN ETERNAL JOURNEY” Tupac Shakur
©2003 by MTV Networks and Amaru Entertainment, Inc.
“When I was sick as a little kid
To keep me happy there’s no limit to the things you did
And all my childhood memories
Are full of all the sweet things you did for me
And even though I act craaazy
I gotta thank the Lord that you made me
There are no words that can express how I feel
You never kept a secret, always stayed real
And I appreciate, how you raised me
And all the extra love that you gave me
I wish I could take the pain away
If you can make it through the night there’s a brighter day
Everything will be alright if ya hold on
It’s a struggle everyday, gotta roll on
And there’s no way I can pay you back
But my plan is to show you that I understand
You are appreciated”
©1995 Amaru/Jive/Interscope/Atlantic
The Grammy Nominated song, “Dear Mama”, was added to the Library of Congress National Recording Registry on July 23, 2010.



Afeni Shakur, for whom the song was written said, “I’m incredibly touched.  It could have been any song, but I’m honored they chose ‘Dear Mama’ in particular. It is a song that spoke not just to me, but every mother that has been in that situation, and there have been millions of us. Tupac recognized our struggle, and he is still our hero.”

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