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[HipHopWired.com] Is This The Man Who Killed The Notorious B.I.G? Today, 15 years ago, Hip-Hop took its biggest loss to date when The Notorious B.I.G. was gunned down in California. Since then, theories of who gunned down Christopher Wallace has ranged from rival rappers, gang members, the Nation of Islam, police officers, and more; but Greg Kading believes he knows exactly who killed Biggie Smalls. Why should anyone believe him, you ask? Well, Greg Kading is a retired L.A.P.D. detective, he was in charge of the special task force that investigated Christopher Wallace’s murder. In an interview with Rob Kenner of Complex, he spoke on his upcoming book Murder Rap: The Untold Story of the Biggie Smalls & Tupac Shakur Murder Investigations. The man pictured above is who Kading, and according to him most of the L.A.P.D., believe killed Christopher Wallace. Wardell Fouse a.k.a Darnell Bolton a.k.a. “Poochie,” now deceased, is believed to be the man who killed Biggie fifteen years ago today for $13,000 of Suge Knight’s money.(Read)

[StyleBlazer.com] Rocsi Diaz Made Matching Her Eyeshadow Work With Her Matching Outfit Typically looks that incorporate coordinating eyeshadow and outfit colors seem forced and amateur. But then we saw pics of Rocsi Diaz at the screening of Silent House rocking a turquoise Tibi shift dress and a similar hue in her eye makeup. And it works! Since the BET host used a soft, shimmery finish shadow and it’s placed as a pop of color around her lash line, it’s not as strong and obvious had it been a matte covering most of her lid. Well done, Rocsi.(Read)

[24Wired.tv] #FreshFridays: Kirko Bangz – Part 1: Interview Kirko Bangz spoke to 24Wired about who he is and what sets his music apart. He also talked about his effort to represent Houston in his music. Further, he discussed the science behind making his sound original.(Watch)

[MadameNoire.com] My Strange Addiction: Smelling Doll Heads On Sun., March 11, “My Strange Addiction” will introduce viewers to 24-year-old Lacey. She has been carrying a doll head everywhere she goes for the last 20 years. Her go-to doll head, Suzie Q, is by her side at least 20 hours of the day. Suzie Q is even present for “intimate moments” in bed. Yep, Lacey smells the doll head while she’s with her boyfriend. Why doesn’t she just buy a candle that activates the same sensations as the doll head, as one friend asks? “Guess what,” Lacey says, “There are no candles that smell like it.” Lacey explains that the smell of doll heads is like smelling marshmallows.(Read)

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