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Detective Russell Poole, the man known for investigating the death of Notorious B.I.G has died.

According to the Los Angeles Times, Poole died of an apparent heart attack while speaking with the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s homicide investigators about a cold case.

In 1997, Poole was the lead investigator in Biggie’s untimely passing. Christopher Wallace, the late rapper’s legal name, was shot and killed in Los Angeles after leaving a Soul Train Music Awards after party.

During the investigation, Poole accused LAPD police officer, David Mack, of scheming with former Death Row Records CEO Suge Knight to kill the New York rapper. But shortly after, Poole was forced by then, police chief, Bernard C. Mack, to cease all investigations on the accused officer.

Two years later, in protest to how the unit handled the investigation, Poole retired.

Poole eventually filed a lawsuit against LAPD for preventing him to go public with the evidence, which went against his Fist Amendment rights. Poole went on to start up his own detective services.

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All The Tears: Drake’s “God’s Plan” Video Is #GivingGoals



It’s no secret that Drake’s been on a giving spree while in Miami. From college kids to hotel workers and everyone in between, the rapper has been changing lives one dollar at a time — and now we can see it all in action.

Clearly, it was “God’s Plan” for Drizzy to take his entire budget for his music video and spend it on various residents and workers in Florida’s hot spot city. That’s right almost a million bucks — $996,631.90 to be exact — was slotted for Drake to shoot the visuals for his latest hit but instead he used all the money to make a difference. And in doing so, he made us cry … multiple times. Just watch the video below.

In a statement the self-professed “6god” said this video was “the most important thing” he’s ever done. We’d agree.

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