Dexter Isaac made a major admission yesterday: referring to an incident in Manhattan in 1994, the inmate said he was hired to rob Tupac Shakur.
Currently serving a life sentence for murder, Isaac also claimed music executive James Rosemond paid him $2,500 to carry out the deed.
Now, Rosemond's attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman, is speaking out against the charges.
"How anyone can take this animal's word as true without any corroboration at all is frankly beyond me," he told E! News. "[Isaac] is a guy who is a convicted psychotic killer, who is currently serving a life sentence without parole."
Lichtman says Isaac is conjuring up these allegations in a "desperate attempt to get out from under his sentence."
Tupac would have turned 40 years old today. It somehow seems apt that more controversy surrounding his life would come up on his birthday.