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Suge Knight’s cousin Lashelle & Jewell On Rumor About Setting Up Biggie!

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Jewell and Lashelle (Suge Knight’s cousin) breaks silence on people saying that they played a part in Biggie Small’s demise.

 

The two women give their account on the night Christopher Wallace was murdered. Both of them saw the legendary rapper on the unfortunate night of his demise. The exclusive from Art Of Dialogue is in the video below.

 

Former rap music mogul Suge Knight, the founder of Death Row Records who is serving a 28-year prison sentence for intentionally running over and killing a man in 2015, hired an assassin to carry out the slaying of rapper Notorious B.I.G. in 1997, according to a report by the New York Post citing a retired FBI agent who investigated the case.

Phil Carson, the former federal investigator, identified the hitman as Amir Muhammad, a Nation of Islam convert who got help from rogue officers inside the Los Angeles Police Department who allegedly helped cover up the crime that to this day remains unsolved.

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Christopher Wallace, who also went by the name Biggie Smalls, was shot to death March 9, 1997, as he sat in a vehicle at a red light after leaving the Soul Train Music Awards in Los Angeles. He was 24 years old. The four 9 mm bullets that struck Wallace were fired from a black Chevy Impala that had pulled up alongside the rapper’s GMC Suburban.

“All the evidence points to Amir Muhammad,” said Carson, who worked the case for two years and recently spoke to the Post about his findings. “He’s the one who pulled the trigger … There were plenty of others who helped orchestrate it [and] allowed him to pull the trigger.”

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Carson alleges Knight hired Muhammad for the hit as retaliation for the murder of Tupac Shakur — one of the world’s most acclaimed rappers at the time — who was gunned down after attending a Mike Tyson fight in Las Vegas six months before B.I.G was murdered.

“Suge Knight financed the murder,” Carson told the Post. “Suge was ticked off that his cash cow Tupac was murdered. Suge had an accountant that was part of Death Row Records who helped do the financial side of things to pay for the murders.”