After years of denying his involvement, former music executive/drug kingpin James Rosemond (aka "Jimmy Henchman") finally admitted to playing a role in the 1994 robbery and shooting of Tupac Shakur. Rosemond, who is currently facing multiple serious charges, confessed this crime to federal prosecutors in an attempt to lessen what's sure to be a very long prison sentence. 

The 1994 robbery sparked what turned out to be the biggest and deadliest rap beef ever, as the West Coast/East Coast beef — spearheaded by Death Row Records and Bad Boy Records — lasted for years, involved numerous people, and culminated in the deaths of both Biggie and Tupac.