Diddy Tells Jay-Z He Filled The “Big Void” Left By Tupac & Biggie’s Murders


Diddy told Jay-Z that he stepped into the space left by Biggie and Tupac following their deaths in the late 90s. The Bad Boy boss made the remarks during a Twitter Spaces

conversation celebrating Biggie’s 50th birthday. He offered his opinion after Jay-Z spoke about losing two legends in such a short timespan. “As far as Big and ‘Pac and pushing forward, that’s just me being a student of the game and loving the game and loving the culture and wanting to push the culture forward,” Hov said. “That was the challenge that I was faced with and that’s a void. That’s a big void. Others stepped in to fill it as well, not just myself. That’s a big void. That’s the two pillars right that. Imagine that, within a year.” Diddy then interjected, “Bro, you filled them shoes though. You came in and we definitely give thanks. You definitely came, and I just know how much Big really looked up to Jay. They looked up to each other. That is crazy you had to step into the shoes of two people. That’s all it was was those two people. They had things on lock. Audio *Here*


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