According to the fresh details from a former FBI agent, Suge Knight financed and ordered a hit that led to the shooting and murder of the Brooklyn and New York Rapper Notorious BIG on March 9, 1997 in Los Angeles California. However, the report indicate that the hint was meant was meant for P Diddy and that the Big Poppa’s shooting was a case of mistaken identity.
Suge Knight the founder and a former C.E.O of Death Row Records. Phil Carson is a former FBI Agent who detailed the evidence report which attributed the grisly killing to a man named Amir Muhammad, a gunman hired to kill Sean Combs alias P Diddy. He also alleged that some LAPD agents were involved in some way however unclear to them but the hit was ordered and financed by Suge Knight to do away with the then his competitor Sean, Diddy, Combs, however, details are unclear on how the bullet targeting P, Diddy landed on Biggie causing his death.
The death of Big Poppa remained a mystery until the sealed, classified and highly confidential documents of the investigation were reviewed by Don Sikorski while producing a City of Lies. According to him, there is evidence of whom perpetrated the heinous act that led to the death of the hip hop icon.
Notorious BIG also Big Poppa or Biggie was born in 1972, Brooklyn New York. He was a talented American Hip Hop Rapper and a songwriter with deep rooted gangster rap traditions. He is well known as one of the greatest rappers of all time. He was popular with a laid back lyrical delivery style and controversial gangster rap content depicting the Violent neighborhoods of Brooklyn and New York. He was witty and creative in his lyrical delivery with his content depicting street hardships, criminality, debauchery and celebration of life also.
He was signed to Sean Comb’s Bad boy records when he rose to fame after the release of his debut album Ready to Die. He is well known for elevating the East Coast as a Hip hop powerhouse at the time when the West Coast was dominating the Hip hop music scene.
His death has remained unsolved but the fresh evidence might shed light to the cause of death of the hip hop legend fifteen years later.