Yesterday, we brought you reports about a double murder at a Compton medical cannabis dispensary linked to Chicago rapper Chief Keef. Two men were found shot to death at the Chief Keef Glo Shop on E. Compton Avenue Wednesday, and authorities are searching for the gunman/gunmen. The rapper has denied ownership of the shop and any involvement in the incident.
There are more developments to this story. The LA Times has identified the two victims. One was Marqese Tann, 36. He is better known by his rap name “Wolf Da Boss.” Yesterday, we reported that he was the owner of the Chief Keef Glo Shop and a former Glo Gang associate. The other victim is Terrence Brown, 53. His death ties this murder into hip-hop lore even more. Brown, also known as “Terry,” “T-Brown,” or “Bubble Up” is one of the five men alleged to be involved in the murder of rap icon Tupac Shakur.
Brown, is suspected to be the driver of the white Cadillac that crept up beside the BMW (driven by Suge Knight) that Tupac was sitting in on that fateful September night in 1996 in Vegas. Orlando “Baby Lane” Anderson is said to have fired the seven shots that killed Pac from that Cadillac. There were allegedly three other occupants in the car besides Brown and Anderson, including Keith (or Duane) “Keffe D” Davis, who told police that Diddy (then Puff Daddy) offered him $1 million to kill Tupac and Suge. All of these individuals are linked to the Crips (many suspect the Southside Compton Crips).
With Brown’s death, “Keffe D” is now the sole survivor of that group.