Former L.A.P.D. Detective Identifies Man He Believes Killed NOTORIOUS B.I.G.!

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Former L.A.P.D. detective Greg Kading was assigned to Biggie’s case between 2006 and 2009, believes Wardell “Poochie” Fouse as the late rapper’s murderer, claiming he was paid $13,000 for the hit. 15 years to this day, arguably “The Greatest Rapper” of all-time life was cut short over stupidity…RIP!

According to Kading, “Wardell ‘Poochie’ Fouse was paid to kill Biggie,” he asserts. “At the time, he was a 36-year old member of the Mob Piru Bloods. According to several Death Row insiders and FBI informants, Poochie was a down-for-the-cause, hardcore gang member. Confidential sources from the Death Row entourage, the Mob Pirus, and [Suge's girlfriend, identified in Kading's book by the alias "Theresa Swann"], said Poochie had done shootings for Suge in the past. Reggie Wright Jr.—who was the head of Death Row security—said Suge and Poochie’s relationship was different than other members of the gang. They had a very secretive and exclusive relationship. Poochie was received two payments for the job and was ordered to wait outside of the Petersen Automotive Museum until Biggie came out. As soon as Biggie was in his vehicle, Poochie drove on the side of him and fired the deadly shots.

Kading was pulled from Biggie’s case even after getting two confessions from people who played vital roles in the death of Christopher Wallace and Tupac Shakur. Following that, Greg Kading quit the force, asserting he feels Biggie’s death will never be solved.

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