Is 2pac better then biggie?
When 2pac got shot the first time. 2pac thought that biggie shot him because of his song "Who shot ya." Which came out in 1994 and 2pac was shot in 1995 for the first time. 2pac Released the single "Hit 'Em Up" and After that single shortly after 2pac got shot and died and everyone thought Biggie killed 2pac and in 1996 biggie died because someone thought biggie killed 2pac. So the answerer is no. I think he did because 2pac slept with his wife and made a song about it. 2pacs people went after Bigge for killing 2pac
Christopher George Latore Wallace (Biggie Smalls) died on the 9th of march 1997 he is not alive 2pac is the one that is alive but someone caught the shooting of biggie on tape 2pac is dead OK!! Let him rest in peace.Suge Knight may have something to do with his death.Before he died him and 2pac had an argument. Tupac is still alive. The video that was supposably his death., was fake, and wasnt even him. Tuapac is coming alive in 2014, and you better believe it
2Pac and Biggie first met in the early 90's before Biggie, or the Notorious B.I.G. had even put out an album. 2Pac had already done some albums (2Pacalypse Now, Strictly for my N.I.G.G.A.Z, Thug Life: Volume I) when Biggie first got started. 2Pac "schooled" Biggie on the "rap game" since 2Pac already had knowledge of how the industry works. The two became close friends during this time. In November, 1994, at a studio where 2Pac was supposed to be recording music, 2Pac was assaulted and robbed by two men who nearly killed him by shooting him. 2Pac was on his way to record a song at the studio, and Biggie and his friends, like Lil' Cease, also happened to be there. Once Biggie and his friends heard the commotion in the lower levels of the studio, one of them, Lil Cease?, went to check what happened, and apparently 2Pac had been shot. They brought him up and called for an ambulance. 2Pac felt that the fact that Biggie happened to be at the same studio was no coincidence, and felt that Biggie may have had knowledge that the robbery would take place before it happened and did not tell him or warn him. 2Pac felt that Biggie was partially responsible. After 2Pac was shot, he also had to appear in court to face sexual assault charges. He was convicted and sentenced to 1 1/2 to 4 1/2 years in prison. During his time in prison, apparently Biggie, who was supposed to be 2Pac's friend never bothered to visit him or thank 2Pac for any of the advice he gave him either. Biggie was enjoying the success of his album (Ready to Die) and 2Pac felt that to do that, without giving any type of respect or shout out or any tribute for all his help was disrespectful. Biggie owed 2Pac more than that. As soon as 2Pac was released, in large part due to Suge Knight, he made it an objective of his to retaliate against those who had wronged him or disrespected him. That was primarily Biggie, who might have had something to do wit 2Pac's shooting, and who never visited him, except for once to his father, Billy Graham, in the hospital, and for not giving 2Pac any credit for any of his help or advice.