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Gene Deal: Snoop Kept Calling Biggie For His Location While Biggie Was In Cali


 
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 4 days ago '11        #1
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Gene Deal: Snoop Kept Calling Biggie For His Location While Biggie Was In Cali
 

 
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 4 days ago '12        #2
Louisvilleslugz 340 heat pts340
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 4 days ago '17        #3
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 4 days ago '15        #4
g0dfather 2 heat pts
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sh*t is spooky with snoop but you can’t blame him for both the death of Tupac him big but he definitely has something to do with one of them
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 4 days ago '18        #5
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BIG: This n*gga axin' what we doin, where we goin. Im not lettin' this n*gga know where im at


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 4 days ago '15        #6
6Fraud 185 heat pts185
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Could have been trying to make a play but I doubt he had anything to do with the actual k*lling
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 4 days ago '05        #7
tokinjohn 3030 heat pts3030
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Didn't he say something similar to Quik? I was with Gene till he started airing out chicks like Mary's business...became a chatty patty and wants to sell his book....should of stood on justice for Pac or Big and the downfall of Diddy or whoever played their parts in death, but to be like yeah this bi*ch was fu*king this dude is making it corny
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 4 days ago '18        #8
AlmondBrown 6 heat pts
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This n*gga is lying. He worked for puffy for many years after all this sh*t happened,

Snoop was Biggies friend and didn't like 2pac. SNoops crip set didn't like Suges blood set.

Pac bonded with MOB. Which ultimately led to them falling out personally as well as snoops jealousy.
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 4 days ago '07        #9
Sincere730 13 heat pts13
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BIG got they trailer shot up in BK
seems plausible

 tokinjohn said
Didn't he say something similar to Quik?
minutes after BIG got shot in LA
Gene heard DJ Quik say on his cell

" they got 1 of them Bad Boy n*ggas
they said they was gon get em"


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 4 days ago '16        #10
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 Sincere730 said
BIG got they trailer shot up in BK
seems plausible



After BIG got shot in LA
Gene heard DJ Quik say on his cell

" they got 1 of them Bad Boy n*ggas
they said they was gon get em"
Anyone got the clip where DJ Quik talking about LA was heated after Biggie's last "freestyle".
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 4 days ago '18        #12
Rugby Jones 
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C mon op u better then that

 4 days ago '19        #13
TunechiMontana 37 heat pts37
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Dj Quik was at the vibe party too
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 4 days ago '16        #14
JarlesBronson 76 heat pts76
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i cant dont know what to think of gene deal. when he first started airing some sh*t out i was with it but the longer and more he does it, the more he seems to kid of be bullsh*tting and just trying to get attention

does anyone know when he stopped working for puff? was he fired or quit?
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 4 days ago '17        #15
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If true then so?

Biggie gave Snoop’s location ON THE RADIO in Brooklyn when then they got shot at. Fair game.



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 4 days ago '12        #16
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 Iduzdis said
If true then so?

Biggie gave Snoop’ location in Brooklyn when then they got shot at. Far game.

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 4 days ago '18        #17
Losantana16x3 40 heat pts40
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Shoot my dog
Imma k*ll yo cat
Just the unwritten laws of rap
Know that

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 4 days ago '09        #18
adonini 
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BX detectives, can anyone confirm?

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Why was snoop asking Big that??

 4 days ago '16        #20
Young F----t 
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Plot Twist:

He was trying to save Biggie
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 squirtofkahlua said


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dam what if he was trying to link with big to tell him about puff an the family either way sh*t crazy yo. bad boy an death row should have been LABEL PARTNERS NOT ENEMY
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 4 days ago '15        #22
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 mikejuheard said
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Why was snoop asking Big that??
He’s retired after that Troy ave case
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 4 days ago '17        #23
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Vibe Magazine and Qwest Records--both founded and operated by Quincy Jones--and by Tanqueray Gin, police said.

Jones, a 40-year entertainment industry veteran, could not be reached for comment Sunday. His daughter Kidada, who was engaged to rapper Tupac Shakur and was with him the night he was gunned down, attended the party Saturday.

Selwyn Seyfu Hinds, editor-in-chief of The Source Magazine, the rap industry's leading publication, talked with Wallace for a few minutes at the party. "We just did a cover article on him and he wasn't crazy about the cover," he said.

Hinds said he and others from his magazine left the party and were just outside the museum at a red light at Wilshire and Fairfax--the intersection where police said the shooting took place--when he heard a series of shots.

"It sounded like it was at least 10," he said. "When we heard the shots, we looked up and saw what looked like a big black Jeep. The doors started popping open on the Jeep and it became bedlam, a frantic circle of activity. I saw a guy holding his hands to his face. I couldn't see if the guys around the car had just rolled on the Jeep or they were from inside the car."

Not knowing if the shots would continue, Hinds said he sped off, thinking little of the incident until hours later. Early Sunday morning, his pager began going off and he learned of the shooting. "I was stunned and shocked," he said. It "seemed like Biggie was in such a good mood when I saw him. The whole vibe this weekend after the Soul Train Awards was so peaceful."

Dozens of concerned friends and fans gathered in the hospital parking lot early Sunday. Wallace's sport utility vehicle, riddled with at least five bullet holes, remained in view there until detectives impounded it.

At hip-hop radio stations, record shops and other venues in Los Angeles that had embraced Wallace's music, his death was met with both shock and anger Sunday, as fans deplored the loss of two of the industry's biggest talents.

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"People have been calling me up crying. . . . Every phone call is someone crying," said Russell Simmons, CEO of Def Jam Music Group and Rush Communications, who was sitting at a table with Wallace just hours before he was shot.

At Tempo Records on Hoover Street across from USC, the shop doubled its order for Notorious B.I.G.'s March 25 album release to meet an expected rush.

"We did the same thing when Miles Davis and Tupac died," said manager Raymon Comeaux. "Whenever an artist dies, we've got to pack the shelves."

Police pursued initial reports that the gunman was riding in a black utility vehicle and, about two hours after the shooting, stopped a man in the area whose vehicle fit that description, Futami said. The man had a gun, and police booked him on suspicion of firing it into the air shortly after the slaying--but they do not consider him a suspect in the k*lling, he said. Based on other witnesses' accounts, police now believe the a*sailant's vehicle was a dark full-sized car, not a truck or sport-utility vehicle, he said.

"We can safely say it was a male black who did the shooting," Futami said. He declined to say whether the gunman was alone in the vehicle.

Wallace's slaying triggered instant debate in the rap community over whether he may have been the latest victim of a bicoastal rap feud, possibly linked to Shakur's death.

Wallace was considered a rival of Shakur, who had accused him of involvement in a November 1994 robbery in which Shakur was shot several times and lost $40,000 in jewelry. Wallace denied having anything to do with that crime and few in the rap community except Shakur believed that he did.

Shakur escalated his verbal attacks in 1995 after joining death Row Records, regularly ridiculing both Wallace and Sean "Puffy" Combs, the owner of Bad Boy Entertainment, the New York label for which Wallace recorded. Shakur even wrote a song about his hatred for East Coast rappers in which he taunted Wallace, calling him a "fat mother ------" and claimed that he had s*x with Wallace's wife.

But sources close to Bad Boy and death Row dismissed speculation that Wallace's slaying was an act of retaliation.

"It's ludicrous for anyone out there to blame death Row," said Norris Anderson, who took over as general manager of death Row after Knight was jailed on a probation violation in October. "We do not condone this kind of activity, and death Row certainly had nothing to do with it. Snoop and Biggie and Puffy have been in the press recently trying to quash all this media madness."

"This is a terrible tragedy," Anderson said. "I got woke up with the news at 5 a.m. this morning and I am still blown away. death Row knows how bad something like this can feel. It happened in our own backyard with Tupac just a few months ago. My condolences go out to Biggie's family. I feel horrible for them. This k*lling has to stop."

Contributing to this story were Times staff writers John M. Gonzales and Frank B. Williams.

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 4 days ago '05        #24
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 tokinjohn said
Didn't he say something similar to Quik? I was with Gene till he started airing out chicks like Mary's business...became a chatty patty and wants to sell his book....should of stood on justice for Pac or Big and the downfall of Diddy or whoever played their parts in death, but to be like yeah this bi*ch was fu*king this dude is making it corny
Don't you defend MOB James, when he's a "chatty patty?"
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 tokinjohn said
Didn't he say something similar to Quik? I was with Gene till he started airing out chicks like Mary's business...became a chatty patty and wants to sell his book....should of stood on justice for Pac or Big and the downfall of Diddy or whoever played their parts in death, but to be like yeah this bi*ch was fu*king this dude is making it corny
What he say about Mary J? I missed it
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