The slain rapper would have just celebrated his 44th birthday.
Biggie’s birthday will be recognized as Notorious B.I.G. Day in Brooklyn.
Thursday, Biggie’s daughter Ty’anna Wallace and rapper Lil Cease attended a ceremony to mark the occasion as Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams made the announcement. Wallace accepted the proclamation on her father’s behalf.
Brooklyn, May 21st Its Officialy B.I.G. Day 🙌🙏 #Rp From @carnegiepr "Today, Brooklyn Borough President, Eric L. Adams issued a proclamation stating that May 21, 2016 is OFFICIALLY Christopher "The Notorious B.I.G." Wallace Day in Brooklyn, NY! @tyanna810 accepted the proclamation on behalf of her dad, with his best friend @lilcease by her side. Let's go Brooklyn!!! #BabyBabyyy #HappyBirthdayBiggie #BadBoyFamilyReunionTour"
Last week, The Notorious B.I.G. would have celebrated his 44th birthday.
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