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* ShoutOut: His stage name to the Creator/MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/XMen as "baby stuff holmes".

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His stage name to the Creator/MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/XMen as "baby stuff holmes".


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** "Beware" proves that Big Pun may be the only rapper that could make a reference to ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' sound menacing:
--> ''Niggas is hard as hell, but they Gargamels, picking on the smallest victim 'cos I'm hard to kill''


* RockMeAmadeus!: A fairly subtle example, but the main riff in "The Dream Shatterer" is sampled from the opening riff of RideOfTheValkyries.

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* RockMeAmadeus!: A fairly subtle example, but the main riff in "The Dream Shatterer" is sampled from the opening riff of RideOfTheValkyries.Music/RideOfTheValkyries.


* TheCameo: SnoopDogg shows up in the music video for "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)", this is due to the original "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre being Snoop Dogg's first major appearance on a song.

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* TheCameo: SnoopDogg Music/SnoopDogg shows up in the music video for "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)", this is due to the original "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre Music/DrDre being Snoop Dogg's first major appearance on a song.


* ShoutOut: His stage name to the MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/XMen as "baby stuff holmes".

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* ShoutOut: His stage name to the MarvelComics Creator/MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/XMen as "baby stuff holmes".


* ShoutOut: His stage name to the MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/{{X-Men}} as "baby stuff holmes".

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* ShoutOut: His stage name to the MarvelComics character Frank "Punisher" Castle. Lampshaded in a sketch in which children describe Frank as a "7-foot Terminator nigga" and ComicBook/{{X-Men}} ComicBook/XMen as "baby stuff holmes".

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* TheCameo: SnoopDogg shows up in the music video for "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)", this is due to the original "Deep Cover" by Dr. Dre being Snoop Dogg's first major appearance on a song.


* OneOfUs: Back before he made it big and was dealing with family problems, he took his aggression out by playing videogames. His favorite was a certain BeatEmUp in which [[BadDudes the President has been kidnapped by ninjas]].

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* RockMeAmadeus!: A fairly subtle example, but the main riff in "The Dream Shatterer" is sampled from the opening riff of RideOfTheValkyries.


Big Pun(isher), born Christopher Lee Carlos Rios (November 10, 1971–February 7, 2000), was one of the first Puerto Rican rappers to take off in American hip-hop. Based mostly in the Bronx, he released three main albums, only one of which came out before his death. He is noted for having a very direct, clear and commanding delivery along with clever and often intimidating lyrics. Despite being morbidly obese (which ultimately lead to his demise), he was capable of long, seemingly breathless performances.

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Big Pun(isher), born Christopher Lee Carlos Rios (November 10, 1971–February 7, 2000), was one of the first Puerto Rican rappers to take off in American hip-hop. a black Latino rapper. Based mostly in the Bronx, he the black Puerto Rican released three main albums, only one of which came out before his death. He is noted for having a very direct, clear and commanding delivery along with clever and often intimidating lyrics. Despite being morbidly obese (which ultimately lead to his demise), he was capable of long, seemingly breathless performances.


Big Pun(isher), born Christopher Lee Carlos Rios (November 10, 1971–February 7, 2000), was one of the first Puerto Rican rappers to take off in American hip-hop. Based mostly in the Bronx, he released three main albums, only one of which came out before his death. He is noted for having a very direct, clear and commanding delivery along with clever and often intimidating lyrics. Despite being obese (which lead to his demise), he was capable of long, seemingly breathless performances.

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Big Pun(isher), born Christopher Lee Carlos Rios (November 10, 1971–February 7, 2000), was one of the first Puerto Rican rappers to take off in American hip-hop. Based mostly in the Bronx, he released three main albums, only one of which came out before his death. He is noted for having a very direct, clear and commanding delivery along with clever and often intimidating lyrics. Despite being morbidly obese (which ultimately lead to his demise), he was capable of long, seemingly breathless performances.


* XMeetsY: TheNotoriousBIG meets Kool G Rap.


* {{Horrorcore}}: ''Leatherface''. He also likes to rap about chainsaw attacks in many of his songs and considers himself "Charles Manson in the flesh".

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* {{Horrorcore}}: ''Leatherface''. He also likes to rap about chainsaw attacks in many of his songs and considers himself "Charles Manson "UsefulNotes/CharlesManson in the flesh".


* SignatureSong: "Still Not a Player", "Punish Me" and "Twinz (Deep Cover '98)".


* DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangsta: Deconstructed in "Boomerang".

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* DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangsta: DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangster: Deconstructed in "Boomerang".

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* DamnItFeelsGoodToBeAGangsta: Deconstructed in "Boomerang".

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