Friday, November 13, 2015
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Monday, November 2, 2015
Monday, September 28, 2015
For years, we have mourned the death of Notorious B.I.G. and Tupac Shakur while still all the while wondering who could have killed these two icons in rap music. There is still one person dancing in front of the camera since the time of their murders to right now, Sean "Diddy" Combs. The man Tupac blamed for his first shooting in New York, the man present for B.I.G.'s murder, the man who capitalizes off of his deceased friend's exploits, and the man who is still living and financially stable amidst it all. I will carefully analyze the progression of Diddy and Bad Boy Ent. and how Notorious B.I.G. was the biggest occult sacrifice that the world couldn't see.
I believe that Diddy may have been responsible for B.I.G.'s death as a sacrifice to the satanic occult in order to make his name bigger and more valuable in the entertainment industry. I also believe that B.I.G., as talented as he was, was also apart of the occult. A key to their affiliation seems to be the mystery of them wearing a Jesus piece in blaspheming fashion.
First, I want to address the fact that B.I.G. may have very well been apart of this secret society, and even aware that he would be a sacrifice. His critically acclaimed album "Ready To Die", in which the title already gives off a foretelling meaning, he has several songs that expresse his infatuation with his own death. In the actual song "Ready To Die" Biggie shows he's not afraid of risking his own life for Diddy and the occult.
"My s*** is deep, deeper than my grave G
I'm ready to die and nobody can save me
F*** the world, f*** my moms and my girl
My life is played out like a jheri curl, I'm ready to die"
Notices he doesn't say "f*** Puffy" when he is tired of life. He burns the bridges of his family and friends but not his established business partners and record label. He chants that he is ready to die and NOBODY CAN SAVE HIM. Interesting enough, he prays at the end, and tells people "not to cry at his funeral". Biggie's fascination with dying shows an even darker side on the song "Suicidal Thoughts" where he says that he prefers hell over heaven.