Orlando Anderson was a member of the Crips gang who gained notoriety in the mid-1990s for his alleged involvement in the murder of rap superstar Tupac Shakur. Anderson was born in Compton, California, in 1974, and grew up in a tough environment where gang violence was a part of everyday life. He joined the Crips as a teenager and quickly became involved in criminal activity, including drug dealing and robbery.
Anderson became a person of interest in the Tupac Shakur murder case after the rapper was shot and killed in a drive-by shooting in Las Vegas on September 7, 1996. Anderson was involved in a physical altercation with Shakur at the MGM Grand hotel earlier that evening, and many people believed that this incident was related to the shooting. However, Anderson denied any involvement in the murder and was never charged with the crime. He was killed in a separate shooting in 1998, which many people speculate was linked to the Tupac Shakur case. Despite his controversial reputation, Anderson remains a fascinating figure in hip-hop history, and his legacy continues to be debated and discussed to this day.
Speaking of Anderson, Wack 100 was recently on Clubhouse and shared that he recently acquired his rights.
“Spread the word Wack is doing Compton Crip that killed Tupac, “Baby Lane” aka Orlando Anderson, I just got the rights,” said Wack.
Wack 100, whose real name is Cash Jones, is an American music manager and executive, as well as a controversial figure in the hip-hop industry. He rose to fame as the manager of rapper The Game and has since worked with other prominent artists such as Ray J and Blueface. Wack 100 is known for his outspoken and often controversial opinions, which have garnered both praise and criticism from fans and fellow industry professionals alike.
One of Wack 100’s most notable controversies came in 2019 when he made comments on a podcast in which he appeared to defend the late rapper Nipsey Hussle’s alleged killer, Eric Holder. Wack 100’s remarks sparked outrage in the hip-hop community, with many accusing him of being disrespectful to Nipsey Hussle’s memory. Wack 100 later clarified his comments, stating that he was not condoning violence and that he was simply speaking objectively about the situation. Despite this, the controversy led to several artists distancing themselves from Wack 100, and he has since faced ongoing criticism and scrutiny for his remarks.