Published: Mon, March 13, 2017
Life&Culture | By Ted Wilson

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries Paid Homage To The Notorious BIG On House Floor

Congressman Hakeem Jeffries Paid Homage To The Notorious BIG On House Floor

"And if you don't know, now you know", WSB-TV anchor Fred Blankenship said to kick things off before traffic reporter Mark Arum said, "I know you thought birthdays were the worst days but Thursdays might be the worse day".

Reciting some of the lyrics from Biggie's classic hit song "Juicy" he rhymed, "It was all a dream/I used to read Word-Up magazine/Salt N Pepa and Heavy D up in the limousine/Hanging pictures on my wall/Every Saturday, rap attack, Mr". The evening, which the Nets have dubbed "Biggie Night", will celebrate and commemorate Biggie's legacy and the 20th anniversary of his passing.

The evening will feature The Notorious B.I.G.'s music as well as music from artists he inspired, the Nets organization says.

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Remembering his dear friend, Diddy shared a clip on his social media calling all the fans of the late rapper to share videos of them rapping some of their favourite Biggie lyrics and tag him using the hashtag #WeMissYouBIG.

That sounds legitimately incredible. The director behind FX's acclaimed "People vs. O.J. Simpson" miniseries is set to tackle another true crime drama, this one based on the unsolved deaths of B.I.G. and fellow rapper Tupac Shakur.

"This year is more of a sobering year", he said.

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