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P Diddy has Notorious B.I.G regrets
P. Diddy wishes he'd done more to save Notorious B.I.G.
The rapper – whose 1997 single 'I'll Be Missing You' was written about the death of his close friend - regrets decisions he made the night the hip-hop legend was shot dead on March 7, 1997.
P. Diddy told US Rap News: "Probably the only regret that does haunt me was the night that Biggie got killed. He was supposed to go to London for a promo tour, and he had talked me into letting him stay in Los Angeles. That's, like, a regret that I have, just not forcing him to get on the plane."
Notorious B.I.G died from four gun shot wounds to the chest after being attacked in a drive-by shooting after leaving a party in the city.
P. Diddy is currently in the UK promoting his latest film, 'Get Him to the Greek' – which also stars British funnyman Russell Brand.Posted on 11 Jun 2010 10:00 to category : Music News
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