After keeping viewers in suspense for a full week, episode 2 of Unsolved, titled "Nobody Talks," opens with one of hip-hop’s most celebrated ceremonies; a rapper’s label chaining day. Suge Knight (Dominic L. Santana) enters the frame and places a diamond encrusted Death Row Records chain over the neck of a presumably unknown rapper. Suge then menacingly states that Death Row is a way of life, and all altercations against the label are to be handled using the deadly “blood in, blood out” code. The code is almost put to the test immediately afterwards with that same rapper getting into a clash of colors with rival Crips. This introduction of gang affiliations adds yet another layer of uncertainty to the unraveling case.
The original 1997 investigation duo, detective Poole and detective Miller confirm that a trip to Las Vegas is in order, as they’ve come to realize the connection between Biggie and Tupac’s murders is overwhelmingly clear and analyzing the Tupac’s murder case is unquestionably worthwhile. Fast forward to the reopened investigation of 2006, and assigned pointman Greg Kading has assembled a team of varying justice department officers who have boiled Biggie’s death down to three logical possibilities. First was that he was killed by Suge Knight and the Bloods in retaliation for Tupac’s murder, second was that Suge worked alongside the LAPD to get rid of Biggie and third was that a handful of Southside Crips did the deed over Biggie’s unpaid debts. They opt to start digging into the Southside Crips and see where it leads.