BIG "I'm not responding to Pac, I'm not feeding into the negativity"

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Also BIG:



As well as a whole album liberally sprinkled with posthumous shots at the true KONY. Make it make sense.

Whilst Pac was strolling around throwing a barrage of shots BIG told everyone associated with him:

"If you make a record, I’m not fukkin’ with you. Don’t call me, don’t fukk with me if you respond to anything. So none of us could do it, and Junior Mafia is ready to respond. Lil Kim is ready to respond. But Big was like ‘Nah, we not doing that.’ Cause I think Big was trying to leave it open, so he could really just — yo, what’s up dawg? Come on my n***a! You talking to me, what’s up?“"

The LOX had disses recorded, ready to go on the mixtapes but BIG said nope and they went unheard. I guess Pac really was Troublesome in the physical form, huh? How else can you explain this course of action?



Gotta hit that daily quota of BIG n Pac threads on the Coli.
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RIP to BIG and Pac.

And at this point if you don't believe Pac was the antagonist and escalated that whole situation then you a delusional Pac stan. Biggie did his lil bullshyt too but nikkas gotta be real with themselves.
 

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Pac was the antagonist and escalated that whole situation

No doubt about that but on the flip BIG is always seen as some innocent victim that Pac was bullying when in reality he was throwing stones then hiding his hands. From "Nah, that joint was for Marys album but Puff said it was too hard" and then:



There's a pattern there because BIG obviously enjoyed his not so subtle habitual line stepping.

Hip hop in its entirety took the L from this beef but like Pac said "Its just a problem between me and him and the media made it into this whole war with two coasts".
 

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It’s 2022.
Its the Coli.

Sad both went out like they was in heavy the streets and not rappers. R.I.P
Yeah, that was terrible. In many ways the modern level of degeneration in the game can be traced back to this beef as it was the prototype and blueprint for all that followed except the rest had to turn it up a notch each time. Pretty soon you'll be seeing things like this:



As people scream "Its just entertainment". All that off the death of two kids. Crazy isn't it?
 

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No doubt about that but on the flip BIG is always seen as some innocent victim that Pac was bullying when in reality he was throwing stones then hiding his hands. From "Nah, that joint was for Marys album but Puff said it was too hard" and then:



There's a pattern there because BIG obviously enjoyed his not so subtle habitual line stepping.

Hip hop in its entirety took the L from this beef but like Pac said "Its just a problem between me and him and the media made it into this whole war with two coasts".


Like I said...BIG did his lil bullshyt too but most nikkas in his position would've done more. Pac blamed him for shyt he didn't do and didn't have a hand in even after he knew who did it and was saying and doing some of the most incendiary and disrespectful shyt to and about BIG. Lil slick remarks on records is light compared to what Pac was doing.
 

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Lil slick remarks on records is light compared to what Pac was doing.

I can see that but its BIGs hypocrisy vs Pacs honesty that got me thinking as people are quick to gloss over this. BIG was definitely in the Art of War mode with the:

If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him.

Credo and style. That said they say you're only truly dead when the world forgets your name so they're still in the game thanks to discussion, spins and inspiration so here's to Pac and BIG as living legends.
 

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I can see that but its BIGs hypocrisy vs Pacs honesty that got me thinking as people are quick to gloss over this. BIG was definitely in the Art of War mode with the:

If your opponent is of choleric temper, seek to irritate him.

Credo and style. That said they say you're only truly dead when the world forgets your name so they're still in the game thanks to discussion, spins and inspiration so here's to Pac and BIG as living legends.

Pac's honesty? Breh, several dudes that knew him well said he was just doing the shyt cause it was lucrative. And again...Pac KNEW who clapped him up and robbed him. It was the nikka he consciously chose to hang with and decided to mouth off to.
 

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Pac was too emotional... He should have took that L and charged it to the game.

Dude was lashing out at the wrong people. If Pac had stayed away from Jamaican Jack, history would have turned out differently.

If Biggie and Mike Tyson are warning about how certain cats are rolling, u should believe em.
 

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I think it was on art of dialogue and art had someone on who said they was with pac and told him Big had nothing to do with it after pac did that vibe interview and instead of apologizing to Big, Pac was like it’s too late for that…

Only thing I hated about pac was he was hard headed and thought he knew everything
 
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