The director and producers behind "People vs O.J. Simpson" miniseries is about to unleash one of the most controversial murders in history. The two rap superstars suffered the same fate and both of their cases is still a mystery.
USA Network will surely make a lot of money when they'll release the miniseries of the unsolved deaths of iconic rappers, Tupac Amaru Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G, also known as Biggie Smalls. The two most influential rappers of all time are still making a buzz throughout their deaths.
O.J Simpson And His Infamous Case
The initial series of ‘Unsolved' gained positive feed backs from the viewers as it depicts both side of the stories. The first series is very controversial as it involves none other than O.J Simpson. His case has been talk about to this day due to variety of reasons. The lack of evidence found on the crime scene is still being questioned, and whether or not the death of her girlfriend was staged due to personal differences.
Today, it was confirmed that they are going to make a miniseries on both legendary rappers. This is not the first time that the story of this rappers will be put on the big screen. The producers will have plenty of help from people who handle their cases before especially with the help of Greg Kading. Kading is a former LAPD police detective who was in charged of Law Enforcement Task Force.
Tupac Shakur's Untimely Death
Tupac is a character on its own. He is an activist, a writer, a poet, and most importantly a loving son to his mother. His death is still a mystery and until now there's no lead on who plotted his untimely death. Tupac was in Las Vegas with Suge Knight watching the Mike Tyson vs Bruce Seldon fight. When they were on the hallway, they met their gang rival and together they beat him to the ground by punching, kicking and stomping.
Later that night when they were about to go home in Suge Knight's 1996 black BMW 750iL, they were attacked by an unknown gunman in an apparent drive by shooting. Tupac was shot multiple times same with Knight however Tupac got the best out of it. Both of them were rushed to the hospital and was medically attended. Tupac then died after 6 days due to the wounds he suffered from the shooting.
Biggie's Death Was A Product of East-Coast-West-Coast Rivalry
After the death of Tupac Shakur, things didn't go well for Biggie Smalls. He was accused as the mastermind of killing its rival Tupac. This started the bloody war of the east coast and west coast rappers. Biggie like Tupac bizarrely predicted his death due to the songs he created and the title of his album which was ‘Life After Death'.
The Notorious B.I.G travelled to Los Angeles to promote his album but it also lead to his death. There were a lot of witnesses on the scene but no one seems to cooperate with the investigation. Biggie's murder remains unsolved and there are many theories regarding the identities and motives of the murderers.