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27th Dec '16 7:03:31 PM darkchiefy
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Unfortunately, Wallace became involved in the infamous West Coast/East Coast hip-hop quarrel. In 1994, Music/TupacShakur, his former friend and associate, believed that Wallace, Combs and Uptown Records founder Andre Harrell had prior knowledge of a robbery in the same recording studio that Wallace and his entourage were in at the time of the incident that resulted in Shakur being shot repeatedly and losing thousands in jewelry. While they denied the accusations, Shakur signed onto Death Row Records in 1995, and Bad Boy Records and Death Row, now business rivals, became involved in an intense feud. Recording of Wallace's second album began in September 1995, although the 18-month process was frequently interrupted by not only the highly publicized dispute he was tangled up in, but injury and legal trouble, stemming from charges of second-degree harassment and possession of weapons and drugs.

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Unfortunately, Wallace became involved in the infamous West Coast/East Coast hip-hop quarrel. In 1994, Music/TupacShakur, his former friend and associate, believed that Wallace, Combs and Uptown Records founder Andre Harrell had prior knowledge of a robbery in the same recording studio that Wallace and his entourage were in at the time of the incident that resulted in Shakur being shot repeatedly and losing thousands in jewelry. While they denied the accusations, Shakur signed onto Death Row Records Creator/DeathRowRecords in 1995, and Bad Boy Records and Death Row, now business rivals, became involved in an intense feud. Recording of Wallace's second album began in September 1995, although the 18-month process was frequently interrupted by not only the highly publicized dispute he was tangled up in, but injury and legal trouble, stemming from charges of second-degree harassment and possession of weapons and drugs.
15th Dec '16 5:38:40 PM BugsFan17
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!!Provides examples of:

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!!"Biggie, Biggie, Biggie, can't you see?/Sometimes your tropes just hypnotize me":
11th Dec '16 10:22:54 PM Xtifr
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Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls,[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]] The Black Frank White,[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]] and Big Poppa, but most prominently by '''The Notorious B.I.G.''', was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.

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Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls,[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]] The Black Frank White,[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]] and Big Poppa, but most prominently by '''The The Notorious B.I.G.''', , was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.
4th Dec '16 9:40:23 AM BugsFan17
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-->''And if you don't know, now you know, nigga.''

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-->''And -->''"And if you don't know, now you know, nigga.''"''
4th Dec '16 9:39:55 AM BugsFan17
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-->''And if you don't know, now you know, nigga.''
17th Sep '16 10:16:27 AM charliebiggs
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After a childhood of crime caught up with him, Wallace decided to focus on his other talent: Rapping, under the name Biggie Smalls. This lead to a chain of events that resulted in him teaming up with Uptown Records A&R and record producer Sean "Puffy" Combs. However, soon after signing the contract, Combs found himself fired from Uptown and started up a new label, Bad Boy Records, which Wallace quickly became a part. Later that year, Wallace gained exposure on a remix to Mary J. Blige's "Real Love". Wallace found out that his original pseudonym Biggie Smalls was already in use, so he adapted a new moniker: The Notorious B.I.G.(the letters apparently don't stand for anything).

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After a childhood of crime caught up with him, Wallace decided to focus on his other talent: Rapping, under the name Biggie Smalls. This lead to a chain of events that resulted in him teaming up with Uptown Records A&R and record producer Sean "Puffy" Combs. However, soon after signing the contract, Combs found himself fired from Uptown and started up a new label, Bad Boy Records, which Wallace quickly became a part. Later that year, Wallace gained exposure on a remix to Mary J. Blige's "Real Love". Wallace found out that his original pseudonym Biggie Smalls was already in use, so he adapted a new moniker: The Notorious B.I.G. (the letters apparently don't stand stood for anything).
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1st Jun '16 5:43:12 PM JamesAustin
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->This album is dedicated to all the teachers that told me I'd never amount to nothin', to all the people that lived above the buildings that I was hustlin' in front of that called the police on me when I was just tryin' to make some money to feed my daughters, and all the niggas in the struggle, you know what I'm sayin'? ''It's all good baby baby...''

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->This ->''"This album is dedicated to all the teachers that told me I'd never amount to nothin', to all the people that lived above the buildings that I was hustlin' in front of that called the police on me when I was just tryin' to make some money to feed my daughters, and all the niggas in the struggle, you know what I'm sayin'? ''It's all good baby baby...''''"''



Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]],The Black Frank White[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]], and Big Poppa, but most prominently by '''The Notorious B.I.G.''', was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.

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Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls[[note]]after Smalls,[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]],The Again''[[/note]] The Black Frank White[[note]]after White,[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]], ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]] and Big Poppa, but most prominently by '''The Notorious B.I.G.''', was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.
12th May '16 6:04:25 AM HasturHasturHastur
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Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]],The Black Frank White[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]], but most prominently by '''The Notorious B.I.G.''', was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.

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Christopher George Latore Wallace (May 21, 1972 - March 9, 1997), known by several stage names such as Biggie Smalls[[note]]after a fictional gangster in the 1975 film ''Let's Do It Again''[[/note]],The Black Frank White[[note]]after Creator/ChristopherWalken's character in ''Film/KingOfNewYork''[[/note]], and Big Poppa, but most prominently by '''The Notorious B.I.G.''', was an American rapper. "B.I.G." and "Biggie" were rather apt names, as he stood at 6'3'' and weighed between 300 and 380 pounds.
24th Jan '16 9:36:41 AM hopelesromantc23
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After a childhood of crime caught up with him, Wallace decided to focus on his other talent: Rapping, under the name Biggie Smalls. This lead to a chain of events that resulted in him teaming up with Uptown Records A&R and record producer Sean "Puffy" Combs. However, soon after signing the contract, Combs found himself fired from Uptown and started up a new label, Bad Boy Records, which Wallace quickly became a part of. Later that year, Wallace gained exposure on a remix to Mary J. Blige's "Real Love". Wallace found out that his original pseudonym Biggie Smalls was already in use, so he adapted a new moniker: The Notorious B.I.G.(the letters apparently don't stand for anything).

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After a childhood of crime caught up with him, Wallace decided to focus on his other talent: Rapping, under the name Biggie Smalls. This lead to a chain of events that resulted in him teaming up with Uptown Records A&R and record producer Sean "Puffy" Combs. However, soon after signing the contract, Combs found himself fired from Uptown and started up a new label, Bad Boy Records, which Wallace quickly became a part of.part. Later that year, Wallace gained exposure on a remix to Mary J. Blige's "Real Love". Wallace found out that his original pseudonym Biggie Smalls was already in use, so he adapted a new moniker: The Notorious B.I.G.(the letters apparently don't stand for anything).
24th Jan '16 9:36:41 AM hopelesromantc23
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