Snoop Dogg Says Notorious B.I.G Was Really Hurt After Tupac Passed

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Snoop Dogg Says Notorious B.I.G Was Really Hurt After Tupac Passed

Fatman Scoop shared some moments from a recent video chat with Snoop Dogg. The west coast rapper was reminiscing on his friendship with The Notorious B.I.G

On Wednesday (June 10th) American rapper, promoter, and radio personality; Fatman Scoop best known for the song "Be Faithful”, shared some moments from a recent video chat with Snoop Dogg, it started off the west coast rapper reminiscing on his friendship with The Notorious B.I.G.

During their conversation snoop remembered back upon a conversation he’d had with Biggie after the infamous drive-by shooting over coastal-rivalry song, “New York, New York” and the East Coast legends Capone-N-Noreaga and Mobb Deep retaliation track “ L.A, L.A”

“Lil Cease take me upstairs, Biggie is upstairs in a walker, like what the old people walk around in,” Snoop said. “He got the little walker sitting at the edge of the bed. And when I walked into the room, we started talking.

And then he looked me in my eyes and he says, you know what I’m saying, he’s sad that Tupac is dead, but I can look in his eyes and I could see that he hurt. He didn’t even have to say it, I could see that he hurt behind Tupac being dead.”

Snoop Dog shared the sentiments that came out from the Notorious B.I.G. right after 2Pac was murdered, saying he could really see the hurt in his eyes after he was taken from this world.

Snoop talked to Biggie after he ran into Lil' Cease following the shooting over the scandalous Capone N Noreaga “NY NY” song, which happened after Tupac's murder.

“This a man whose friend is dead, they had a misunderstanding, and he could never get any justice for his emotions, but he’s showing me his emotions. He explains to me how much he loved Tupac and I ain’t trippin’.”

Snoop continued on to explain that irrespective of the infamous East Coast vs.West Coast rivalry and no matter how big the problems got, they remained tight throughout.

You can watch the whole interview on Instagram @fatmanscoop, link in bio. Below you can listen to a short clip from their conversation;

https://www.instagram.com/tv/CBOSoUHJCZP/?utm_source=ig_embed

Snoop Dog also shared that they ended up catching up again later on in the studio while Biggie was recording

“Somebody’s Gotta Die.” The Life After Death crafter name-drops Snoop in the record, praising his high-selling debut album, Doggystyle. “I’m sittin’ in the crib dreamin’ about Lear jets and coupes/ The way Salt “Shoops” and how to sell records like Snoop.”


“They in there smoking some bullsh*t a** weed and I come in there with that thang that killed John Wayne you know what I mean? I pull my weed out and change the temperature of the room. So Biggie at the board and he’s like, ‘Hey Snoop, I want you to hear this sh*t. The motherf*cker pressed play… It was like him letting me know in front of all his homeboys, ‘N*gga I f*ck with you, I love you and I ain’t gone never have a problem with you. So going forward me and his situation, it never was a situation, to begin with but we had that understanding that that’s all in the game of war. You win some, you lose some.”

Later in the conversation, Snoop Dog hypothesized about what Tupac would be doing if he were alive today, He said Tupac would have thought the Covid-19 pandemic was a conspiracy. He shared that the legendary All Eyez On Me rapper would be highly likely actively involved in the current police reform movement, a supporter of the ‘Black Lives Matter Movement in the search for a transformation and would be creating new protest anthems.

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