(More on TIME.com: See TIME’s top ten unsolved crimes) At the time, rumors swirled of a rap-rivalry gone wrong, with some speculating Biggie’s death was an act of revenge for Tupac’s killing.
Some believed people in Biggie’s posse were responsible for Tupac’s murder.
The FBI recently released hundreds of pages of records (heavily redacted) of their investigation into the 1997 slaying.
While who killed Biggie still remains a mystery, the public does get an insight into the workings of the two-year FBI investigation and the details surrounding the life and deaths of two of rap’s biggest megastars.
Magic Johnson’s openly gay son, EJ, offered his support for CJ from his Twitter account.
Biggie fans may finally get their chance to learn what happened to the legendary rapper 14 years after his death.
The rap legend’s son posted a photograph on the social network Instagram, which showed himself and Wertz locked tight in a warm embrace.
The source says everyone is extremely supportive of CJ and his decision to take the next step in his life. So what do the files from this investigation reveal? The fact that the FBI makes some of their documents publicly available.For more on cases frequently requested from the FBI, (and released), check out The Vault.The conversation then moves to Lil’ Kim when the interviewer asks about comments Biggie made on a radio show about the ‘Hard Core’ rapper. “This was somebody who I had up in my house, taking her to the gym.I would take her shopping, give her my style and things like that. It’s like a big soap opera I feel stupid even sitting here talking about.” Watch the throwback clip above.“That’s not true at all.” The singer also maintains that while she’s separated from Biggie at that time, she’s still faithful to him.