March 18, 2008 15:22

P Diddy rejects Tupac shooting claims

Report alleged Sean Combs was behind incident

P Diddy rejects Tupac shooting claims
P Diddy has labelled a report claiming he was behind the shooting of rapper Tupac Shakur in 1994 as "completely untrue".

A report linking Diddy with an attack on Shakur in New York had been published on the Los Angeles Times website.

According to BBC News, P Diddy responded to the allegations saying: "It is beyond ridiculous and completely false. Neither (BIG) nor I had any knowledge of any attack before, during or after it happened.

"I am shocked that the Los Angeles Times would be so irresponsible as to publish such a baseless and completely untrue story."

Tupac Shakur was subsequently murdered in a similar shooting in 1996 in Las Vegas.

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