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11 March, 2011@12:39 pm
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Shaq remembers the late, great Christopher Wallace. This past Wednesday was the 14th anniversay of Biggie’s death. R.I.P.

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4 Responses to "Shaq Remembers Biggie"
  • Christopher says:

    It still is a shame that gun violence took Biggie. I would have liked to see how he would have changed the game. I don’t trust Diddy though and I have a feeling they would have parted ways not so long after that if he would have survived. RIP

  • Dayz says:

    Yea I wonder too how the “rap game” would be if Biggie were still here. I also agree that I think he might of bounced on Puff eventually. Man could you just imagine a entire LP of Biggie produced by DJ Premier!?! Or producers in the that league like Easy Mo Bee and Pete Rock… That was the thing for me as much as I loved every Biggie song a lot of the beats were kinda cheesy due to Puffs production. I think Biggie would have left him to work with more talented musicians/producers… Ahh one can dream of what will never be… RIP The Notorious B.I.G.

  • McNulty says:

    Agreed. The rap game never really recovered from Big’s death. Half of the NY rappers out now would be shinin his Mercedes right now if he was alive.
    “I can chill, the heat doesn’t.”

  • I'm At Work And Bored says:

    See. I knew it was all Shaq’s fault.

    First Kazaam and now this?

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