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FBI Finally Release Files on ‘Biggie Smalls’ Murder

‘Notorious B.I.G’ along with  Tupac Shakur meant a lot to hip-hop music to say the least, and with latest developments revealing that the former was involved in the murder of the latter, a new twist claims that an armor-piercing bullet which ended the life of Biggie Smalls (Christopher Wallace) in 1997 is actually due to a corrupt cop.

Of course, the ongoing feud between Biggie Smalls and Tupac was well-known at the time, and for that matter between top East and West Coast rappers. There have been several conspiracy theories and with the FBI now involved, there is no doubt that whether or not there has been a cover-up, all will be revealed sooner rather than later.

Since the FBI files have identified the bullets that ended the rapper’s life as of the Gecko 9mm variety, the name of David Mack is back in the news again (for all the wrong reasons, if you will) not long after he has served a 14-year sentence for an armed bank robbery in Los Angeles in 1997.

And while the murder of Biggie Smalls has long been considered to be in retaliation for the unsolved crime of killing Tupac Shakur just six months earlier, the police have evidence that suggests that this cop might be the one who might have done the dirty.

And even though the FBI stopped the investigation in 2005 due to the fact that they did not have any incriminating evidence, the LAPD continues to look for evidence that might reveal what happened that night when Biggie Smalls was shot dead.

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