Lil Kim Shares Her Thoughts On Biggie's and Tupac's Murderers

Lil Kim Shares Her Thoughts On Biggie's and Tupac's Murderers

Brooklyn rapper Lil Kim has shared thoughts on the deaths of the late Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur, and why people should consider the possibility that the killings were a conspiracy.

Kim believes the power behind B.I.G. and Tupac's music posed a threat to government officials.

    "I will say this though, I will say that I always felt like Biggie and Tupac's deaths were bigger than how they tried to make it out to believe it to be," Kim explained in an interview. "It's bigger than [former Death Row Records owner] Suge Knight being involved. I think it was even over his head. Them two were very powerful guys. They both could have ran for mayor just like Arnold Schwarzenegger and probably [have] won. You know, I think the government was looking at it like, 'We could not have these two hood dudes with this much power running for mayor and something like that and winning.' They would have lost control I think. I think it was way deeper than what people would like it to be." (Lady T Video)

Last year, B.I.G.'s cousin, rapper Lil Cease demanded justice for the two rap moguls' murders.

    "I'm definitely upset about it," Lil' Cease told MTV News. "I think it's something they should look into, especially when you see all these other things going on and you see how they pursue other cases. It just seems like when it came to Biggie, it was, 'Oh, another rapper, another hoodlum, another gangster is dead.' Same thing with 2Pac. These were two of the most influential figures in hip-hop, and you're not finding these people's murderers? Or not even making a real attempt to? It upsets you, 'cause they're treating them like nobodies but they had a big influence in the game and people look up to them. No matter what they rap about or what they'd been through, they were still human beings at the time." (MTV)

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