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Diddy Has The Internet Rapping Their Favorite Biggie Verses In Honor Of The 20th Anniversary Of His Death


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Biggie's friend and collaborator, Diddy, is asking everyone to honor the late rapper's legacy by rapping their favorite verse and posting it with the hashtag #WeMissYouBig.

Diddy said that he plans on editing all the best videos together to create something special to memorialize his friend.

A few famous rappers have already joined the challenge including Fabolous, who chose a verse from "Juicy."

IT WAS ALL A DREAM! S/O my brother @myfabolouslife! Rap your favorite Biggie verse, tag me and use the hashtag…


Jermaine Dupri, who chose a verse from "Unbelievable."

And Belly, who also chose a verse from "Juicy."

My brother @reBELLYus doing it for B.I.G. like this! Post your favorite Biggie verse, tag me and use the hashtag…

And so have fans nationwide with verses from "Warning"...

On Instagram, Diddy also shared the memory of the first time he ever met Biggie: at the famous soul food restaurant, Sylvia's in Harlem.

He said Biggie was quiet and didn't want to eat anything. "That's how important [getting a record deal] was to him," Diddy explained.

The Bad Boy Entertainment CEO also revealed that his forthcoming documentary, Can't Stop, Won't Stop: The Bad Boy Story, will debut at the Tribeca Film Festival this spring.

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The film will examine the label's origins, its influence, and Biggie's murder, while following Diddy as he tries to reunite the Bad Boy Family. "Tribeca brings the biggest names in entertainment and culture together with visionaries from across industries to celebrate the power of storytelling," Diddy told Billboard in a statement. "There is no better place to share the story behind the Bad Boy movement and this unprecedented musical event."