the notoriuos was a great rapper and hip hop artist and i will truly
miss his great music and attitude|
I was just to know that hagerstown md north hagerstown high school loves his music every day before and after practice we listen to life after death and sometimes ready to die...
I like the way Biggie contucted him self with the people he now calls family...Bad Boy Entertainment, He needs a strong male figure in his life as Sean PUFFY Combs has brought to him as a mentor of voilence doesn't pay... Rest in peace my fellow rapper...You will be missed by millions of loyal fans around the world...
MR ROBERT S TIEST
SORRY, PUFF DADDY, I KNOW HOW HARD IT IS TO LOSE SOMEONE IMPORTANT, YOU DID A GOOD THING FOR B.I.G. IT WAS A GOOD SONG AND IF HE WERE HERE TODAY HE WOULD BE PROUD OF YOU.
F. Rod Miller
ya know what, it really is to bad that Notorious B.I.G is dead, i seriouosly thought that he was one of the greatest rap artist that ever lived. his talent for this music is so incredible and i really admire him for that. if he was still alive, i'd do anything to go see a concert from him, my favorite song is mo money mo problems, what a wicked song. the rythm is awseome, it's so good, it's being played in all clubs these days and it's one of the most popular rap songs right now. the tribute to him is great, great song puff. i was watching the music awards and the combination with the real song made it sounds great. anyways my regards to B.I.G
Much love to Biggie. He deserves all of our love. Maybe now after his death we cqn understand and end the violence. it shouldn't take the death of a loved one for people to calm down. My cousin was shot that Sunday night early Monday morning. It took his death to calm down the rest of his fam. As a hip hop community we muset come together and realize that the more we beef the more we kill each other.
I REALLY MISS B.I.G.I LOVED AND STILL WILL ALWAYS LOVE MUSIC.I FEEL B.I.G DEATH HAD A GREAT EFFECT ON MY LIFE. TO SEE ONE OF MY FAVORITE ARTIST IN THE RAP BUSINESS DIE IS UNBELIEVABLE. ITS ALMOST LIKE LOSING A BEST FRIEND. I DON'T THINK B.I.G DEATH HAD ANYTHING TO DO WITH THE EAST COAST/WEST COAST RILVARY.I THINK IT WAS SOMEONE WHO DID NOT WANT B.I.G TO BE ''THE ILLESS'' OR JUST DIDN'T WANT TO SEE A BLACK REACH THE TOP.WE MISS YOU B.I.G
To whom it may concern-
When I first heard I'll be missing you it brought tears to my eyes. I could see that he meant alot to Puff Daddy, Faith Evans, and 112. It is too bad that his kids have to grow up without a father that's what's wrong with todays' society most kids grow up without fathers and it's not right at all they brought them into this world they should be able to see them grow up and see what they become. Hopefully someone will be there to talk to his kids about what kind of person he was. Like Faith Evans, I think she must be going through a horrible time without the father of her kids to be with her to see their kids grow up. Thank you for taking the time to read this.
A caring fan in mass
EVEN THOUGH I'M WHITE AND NEVER EXPERIENCED BLACK GHETTO CULTURE WE HAVE OUR PROBLEMS TOO IN NORTHERN IRELAND WHERE I'M FROM. BIGGIE WAS A GREAT AMBASSADOR FOR YOUTH AND I FOR ONE WILL BE MISSING YOU. R.I.P.
yo this is the god toby muhammad i just thought i would send in a email to let you suckas know that biggie will never die.just the flesh he lived in is gone,but his sprit will live because of his seeds. and we are not in a position to judge faith either!so don't go there.anyway word to motha niggas will see in the long run that the notorious one had some shit for a nigga to hear.word up!!!!!!!!
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