Keefe D’s Married Wife and Children: Meet Tupac Murderer’s Spouse Paula Clemons, Kids and Family

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Per court documents, Keefe D – who is arrested in connection with 2Pac Shakur’s death – has been married to his wife Paula Clemons. Does he have any kids?

2Pac (real name: Tupac Amaru Shakur aka Makaveli) born on June 16, 1971 to parents Afeni Shakur and Billy Garland was an American rapper.

Although he died decades ago, he is still widely considered one of the most influential and successful rappers of all time. Shakur is among the best-selling music artists, having sold more than 75 million records worldwide.

He tragically passed after being shot on September 13, 1996, in the University Medical Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.

One man who is alleged to have been involved in the murder of Tupac Shakur is Duane Keith Davis who is famously known as Keefe D.

On Friday, September 29, 2023, the LA police revealed that Keffe D was arrested as a suspect in relation to Tupac Shaur’s 1996 drive-by shooting death.

Following news about his arrest, many might want to know more about his personal life, like, who his wife is and how many kids he has. Read on for more.

Who is Keefe D’s wife?

Keefe D has been married to his spouse Paula Clemons for years.

The duo’s love story, including how they met, where they held their wedding and how long they’ve been together remains unknown.

Keefe D and his wife Paula Clemons have a two-year age gap. While the gangster is 60 years old, his spouse’s age is 58 as of the time of this article.

Unlike her husband, Clemons has stayed out of the spotlight for decades. However, in 2023 when Tupac’s death received tractions yet again and authorities launched thorough investigation for his killer, Paula made the headlines.

Since her spouse had bragged about having a hand in the legendary rapper’s death, ReviewJournal reports the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department officers searched various home in connection with the 1996 killing of rapper Tupac Shakur and one house in particular is linked to the wife of a reputed gang member whose nephew has been accused of being the gunman.

One of the people living in one of the houses on Maple Shade Street, a quiet residential street near Appaloosa Road in Henderson is Keefe D’s wife, Paula Clemons, according to voter records.

A woman answered the door at the house and told the Las Vegas Review-Journal that Clemons and Davis do not live there, and she refused to comment on the police search.

Many neighbors along Maple Shade Street said that they did not know Clemons or anyone else who lived in the house.

Does Keefe D have any children?

Keefe D is believed to be a father but unlike how he brags about being Tupac’s killer or having a hand in his passing, he has been notoriously mute about his children.

At the moment, nothing is known about his kids; their names, ages, gender, educational background and other personal details.

More on Tupac Shakur’s death

Davis revealed he had a connection to Shakur’s killing in 2018 in the Netflix documentary, “Unsolved: The Tupac and Biggie Murders,” and in a book he published in 2019. He indicated that he was in the car with the shooter who killed Shakur.

Shakur died on Sept. 13, 1996, after he was shot five days earlier at the intersection of Flamingo Road and Koval Lane.

The rapper was leaving the MGM Grand after the Mike Tyson vs. Bruce Seldon heavyweight fight when he was shot four times while in his BMW with Death Row Records founder Suge Knight. The BMW was stopped at a red light when a Cadillac pulled up next to it and someone from the Cadillac fired several rounds into Shakur’s BMW.

Davis’ nephew, Orlando Anderson, had gotten into a fight with Shakur the same night he was murdered. The same type of gun used in the shooting was found in a duffle bag in the backyard of the girlfriend of one of Anderson’s close friends. The bag had a Las Vegas mailing address inside it.

Anderson died at age 23 in a gang-related shooting in 1998. He had been briefly named as a suspect in the shooting investigation before his death in 1998, according to reports from the Los Angeles Times and Esquire.