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'LA Times' Says Source for Tupac Story Is Phony

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'LA Times' Says Source for Tupac Story Is Phony

'LA Times' Says Source for Tupac Story Is Phony

'LA Times' Says Source for Tupac Story Is Phony

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The Los Angeles Times is investigating the veracity of documents that were the basis for an investigative story in the newspaper last week. In that article, the Times reported that the assault on rapper Tupac Shakur in 1994 was perpetrated by associates of rapper and entrepreneur Sean Combs, also known as P Diddy or Puff Daddy.