Diddy pays tribute to his greatest-ever signee on the 20th anniversary of his tragic death.
"20 years ago we lost the greatest rapper of all time," Diddy said in an Instagram video earlier today.
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20 years ago today we lost the greatest rapper of all time, The Notorious B.I.G. We’re celebrating his life through his music and through his legacy today. I want everyone to get involved and rap your favorite Biggie verse, tag me and use the hashtag #WeMissYouBIG @badboyent
Diddy then asked his social media followers to celebrate the anniversary of the Ready to Die rapper's untimely death by posting clips of themselves rapping their favorite Biggie verse and using the hashtag "WeMissYouBIG."
So far, Fabulous and Belly have taken part in the social media tribute. They both chose to rap the iconic "It was all a dream" verse from "Juicy."
"Time heals all wounds, but this wound ain't healed yet," Diddy said in another, more sentimental video post.
He also recalled the first time he met Biggie at a soul food restaurant in Harlem.
Expect more special anecdotes about B.I.G. from Puff throughout this historic day.