After 20 years, Biggie Smalls and Tupac Shakur are still household names after their untimely deaths, both rappers were murdered only six months apart.
Following the tragic deaths, many allegations have surfaced accusing Smalls of being a part of Shakur’s murder.
Close friend of Smalls, Sean “Diddy” Combs, sat down with Willie Giest of “Sunday TODAY” and responded to those rumours.
“There were so many rumours and things for years that I was more concerned with the well being of my artisits, myself and my family,” he said.
The “I Need A Girl” rapper admitted he imagines what Biggie would be doing if he was still alive today, “What direction would rap go into?” he asked rhetorically. “How would this concert be if he was here?”
Finally adding, “It’s incomplete without him being there.”
Diddy touched on the subject a couple months ago on the Wendy Williams Show, where he explained he felt some “responsibility” for his sudden death, “He was supposed to go to London that night and I let him talk me into not going to London and staying in L.A.”