Notorious B.I.G. Murder Investigation Revived

Notorious B.I.G.

The police haven’t given up just yet. Nearly 14 years after the Notorious B.I.G.’s untimely death in 1997, a task force of local and federal law enforcement agencies have “reinvigorated” the unsolved case in the rapper’s murder as a result of new information.

Though sources for CNN wouldn’t say what sort of info breathed life back into the famous mystery, two people close to the action claim that they are actively pursuing leads in the murder of the Brooklynite, who was slain on March 9, 1997 while driving away from an industry party in Los Angeles.

Police originally claimed that a sole gunman pulled up next to Biggie’s ride, opening fire on the rapper who was in the passenger seat. The unsolved murder has haunted the rap industry for years, sparking conspiracy theories in the wake of the infamous East Coast vs. West Coast battles.

“Come on now, you’re messing with lives here and that’s exactly what happened. Two lives were lost as a result of what? Stupidity?” Voletta Wallace, Biggie’s mother, said of the case. Retired L.A.P.D. Detective Russell Poole, who worked on the case at its onset, believed that it was Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight who ordered the hit on B.I.G.

“I think I was getting too close to the truth,” said Poole, who also helped the late lyricist’s family with their wrongful death suit. “I think they feared that the truth would be a scandal.”

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15 Comments

  1. jeremydante

    whoooaaaa! definitely some shady shit happening with this case. hope things get solved & truths surface.

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  2. Sydney

    RIP Big you was the best to do it and still is!

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  3. J

    His sht is still hot.

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  4. Lilkim/nicki fan

    Finally it’s been a while

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  5. MakavelidaDon

    That’s great to here, lets hope they do the same for 2Pac

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  6. alicia's a homewrecka

    i bet you they know already who killed him.

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  7. Lawrence

    Of course they know who killed him. I’m not going to talk about ” Illuminati ” and shit but for sure it’s the government. RIP Big & Tupac! Listen to their words.

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  8. key

    puffy killed big,that the story,lol

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  9. jhuntdaprodigy

    Assuming it wasn’t the government or illuminati (which I highly highly doubt) I hope his killer is dead, and if not dead, then locked up for the rest of his life, should they ever find out who it is

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  10. Keith Carey

    This case can be easy to get solve….but they made case difficult where it can’t be solve….all these years it took,I believe somebody was paid to kill biggie & 2pac…..I believe a million to do it….I believe that would found out who did it…..cause biggie mama still want answer to the unsloved case….she not giving up on it…..believe it….it’s the truth!

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  11. gabe

    the police and government could easily find out who killed them but they dont want too. the government wanted 2pac dead forsure i dont know about B.I.G. but the government doesnt care about the deaths of these rappers and never will

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  12. I

    O boy here we go with the conspiracy theories & the “illuminati” suggestions… do you ppl have anything else to do?

    I hope they do figure this out one day, the same with 2pac & jam master jay as well. These rappers need justice & their families need answers.

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  13. Yo

    The greatest rapper of all time!

    Whoever killed him needs to rot in hell!

    Taking a genius like Biggie away from us.

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  14. P.O.T.S

    Dont bring this shit back up if you really don’t know what happened. Resurfacing his family’s feelings just so the hip hop media can have some shit to talk about. ..14 years? Give me a break

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  15. wow

    Illuminati should be erased from everybody’s vocabulary!! What is that shit?

    I’m gonna say it was Suge Knight. Done. Period.

    I think a lot of people were fearful of Tupac, so that could’ve been anybody I think. He was always involved in the community, helping people out, and his mother was a black panther, and he took from that and put it in his music and his character. I don’t think Diddy would be involved.

    I wish not just high profile cases like Biggie’s and tupac’s would be solved, but every single unsolved crime in the streets, where many innocent people are murdered because of drugs, gangs, money and disagreement.

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