“Bad Boy Till The Casket Drops”.

While the new movie NOTORIOUS is becoming an instant hood classic, Sean Combs must be on cloud 9 as everyone gets to see his role in taking a relatively unknown rapper, Biggie Smalls from rags to riches, while securing his own place in rap history.

The movie did a good job of showing the different aspects of Biggie’s life, while opening up other questions, especially about Puff. We’ve seen many sides of Puffy over the years since he’s such a public figure.

One side of Puff that has long been rumored, is his role as a “paper gangster” and as a “corporate thug” who uses his influence, knowledge, promise of riches and legal paperwork to entrap artists (allegedly), into terrible recording contracts in which he gets the lions share for their hard work.

We all remember the “Free The Lox” campaign and how that played out between 1998-2005.  How will he handle someone else from his camp that’s ready to air out his dirty laundry?

As a former ghost writer for Diddy and a Bad Boy recording artist, Mark Curry seems to have enough detergent to put Diddy’s dirt through the spin cycle, with his soon to be released book entitled “Dancing With The Devil”. Ouch.

Check out the first chapter of the book below as well as the video for a reminder of who Mark Curry is(the last rapper). This book is going to set off a lot of fire alarms with the heat he’s bringing for sure.

On a side note, check out what dream hampton and Charli Baltimore have to say about B.I.G. and the movie NOTORIOUS.


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