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Dexter Isaac Talks Tupac Quad Studio Shooting

That n**** that was down for me, restin’ dead. Switched sides, guess his new friends wanted him dead. – Makaveli, Against All Odds

Dexter Isaac has revealed, in an interview with Gully Tv, that Tupac’s former homeboy, Big Stretch, allegedly help set up the robbery at Quad Studios, on November 30th 1994, along with Jimmy Henchman.

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Former Brooklyn Gangster, Dexter Isaac, admitted in a June 2011 statement to an online hip-hop website, that he was payed $2,500 by Jimmy Henchman to rob Tupac. He is currently serving time in prison for other crimes. Part of the statement regarding his admission regarding Tupac can be seen below.

“In 1994, James Rosemond hired me to rob Tupac Shakur at the Quad Studio. He gave me $2,500, plus all the jewelry I took, except for one ring, which he wanted for himself. It was the biggest of the two diamond rings that we took. He said he wanted to put the stone in a new setting for his girlfriend at the time, Cynthia Ried. I still have as proof the chain that we took that night in the robbery.”

Shortly after the Dexter’s statement was released by Allhiphop.com, The Outlawz were interviewed by hiphopdx.com. Upon hearing the Dexter Isaac’s statement, Young Noble responded by saying “I mean personally, I think being the fact that he just got a – basically [Jimmy Henchman] just tried to put a snitch jacket on him. So he basically saying, this is my reason for coming out saying this and that. Honestly, my gut feeling, I don’t think he lying at all.”

In this latest interview with Gully TV, Dexter talks from prison. Dexter taks about Tupac’s jewelry that was taken from him that night in the robbery. Dexter also claims that Stretch was feeding back “play by play” information where they was at to Jimmy Henchman in return for cocaine.


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