Paula Clemons is the wife of Duane Keith Davis, also known as “Keffe D,” a self-proclaimed witness to the murder of rapper Tupac Shakur in 1996.
Davis has claimed that he was in the car with the shooter who killed Shakur, but his account has been questioned by some.
Clemons has largely stayed out of the spotlight, but she was recently thrust into the news when police searched her home in connection with the Tupac Shakur murder investigation.
Paula Clemons’ background
Very little is known about Paula Clemons‘ background.
She is believed to be in her early 60s and is married to Duane Keith Davis.
She is not involved in the entertainment industry or any other high-profile profession.
Paula Clemons and Duane Keith Davis
Paula Clemons and Duane Keith Davis have been married for several years.
They live together in Henderson, Nevada.
Davis has a criminal record and has been involved in gangs in the past.
Clemons has not been implicated in any criminal activity.
Paula Clemons and the Tupac Shakur murder investigation
In September 2023, police searched Paula Clemons’ home in connection with the Tupac Shakur murder investigation.
According to multiple reports online, Paula Clemons owns the house on Maple Shade Street that was raided.
TMZ reported that Clemons also owned a home in Compton, noting that back in 1998, the L.A. County Sheriff’s Department reportedly recovered a gun in the backyard of a Compton home that belonged to the girlfriend of known Crip gang member who was in Las Vegas the night of Shakur’s murder.
The search warrant was obtained after police received information that Davis may have been involved in the murder.
Police seized several items from the home, including computers, tablets, and cell phones.
Clemons has not been charged with any crime in connection with the Tupac Shakur murder investigation. It is unclear what information police were hoping to find in her home.
On 29th September 2023, Duane “Keffe D” Davis was arrested, although the exact charge or charges were not immediately clear, according to two officials with first-hand knowledge of the arrest.