Wednesday, June 22, 2005

Your Hip-Hop Nizzews Sizzource

As your source for non-stop hip-hop news, NegativeMode brings you the following:

Christopher Wallace, a.k.a. Notorious B.I.G. was killed over eight years ago and his killer(s) was never caught. No suspects were ever even named. Now the case is finally getting its day in court, although it looks like it won't result in any previously unknown insight into who actually shot and killed Biggie or why. The Wallace family has filed a wrongful death suit against the LAPD for Biggie's death, and the case is in court, with the jury having been selected yesterday.

If you care at all, read the full article and account of the underlying theory of the case here or here. I thought it was interesting, but then again, I'm big Biggie fan. . . .

1 comment:

circe said...

Call me cold-hearted...but who gives a rats ass?

A friend of mine compared the death of Kurt Cobain as "The death of JFK of our time"...would have been horrified, but I was laughing too hard. She said that everyone knows where they were when they heard about that "awful" tragedy.

I weep for Generation Y.

These are people who create music..and in plenty of cases destroy their lives and the lives of others. I'm not losing any sleep over it. When people aren't partially to blame for their own deaths through lifestyle choices, then I'll start feeling bad about it.