Serta Connolly Inmate Dexter Issac talks out after 13 many years of silence
A guy named Dexter Isaac has accepted he was active in the robbery-switched-shooting of Tupac Shakur in 1994 at Manhattan’s Quad Galleries.
Isaac accused James “Jimmy Henchman” Rosemond of orchestrating the planned robbery, having to pay him $2,500 dollars and giving Isaac jewellery.
Inside a statement to AllHipHop, Isaac revealed the particulars. “In 1994, James Rosemond hired me to take advantage of Tupac Shakur in the Quad Studio,” he stated, and revealed he “remained quiet in prison within the last 13 years, carrying out a existence sentence just like a real soldier.”
Although Tupac made it the shooting, the occurrence sparked an New England-West Coast rap feud, eventually resulting in the killings of both Tupac and New England foe Biggie Smalls.
Based on Billboard, Isaac is presently serving a existence sentence in Brooklyn’s Metropolitan Detention Center for unrelated crimes, and Rosemond would be to turn themself directly into federal authorities for his participation in cocaine distribution.
Isaac ongoing within the statement, saying, “I wish to apologize to his family but for the mistake Used to do for your sucker,” mentioning to Rosemond. “I’m attempting to fix it as much as give moms [Tupac and Biggie's] some closure.”