Transcript for Remembering Notorious B.I.G. 20 years after his death
And finally tonight, we remember one of rap's biggest legends on the 20th anniversary of his death. Reporter: A beat-up '97 suburban, 111,000 miles on the clock. Yours for $1.5 million. Because it's the most notorious SUV in rap history. 20 years ago to the day, the notorious B.I.G. Shot dead in this vehicle. A drive-by in L.A. Police investigate the deadly Wilshire boulevard ambush of notorious B.I.G. Reporter: Big papa, already arguably the most influential rapper of all time. ??? ??? throw your hands in the air ??? ??? if you're a true player ??? Reporter: Today diddy posted this. He's fed a lot of families, made a lot of people dance, made a lot of people feel good. Reporter: The current owner of the SUV had no idea when she bought it. We thought it was really unusual that there was a hole in the seat belt. We had the car for a few years and we got a phone call. The L.A. Police department is holding on to the original doors. They'll be returned to her if and when the investigation is ever concluded. Reporter: Biggie, a victim of that early '90s east coast/west coast hip-hop rivalry fueled by the likes of -- ??? ??? Reporter: Right now, memento merchants moment in time is also selling the BMW in which tupac was shot dead in Vegas the year before biggie. Also $1.5 million. Both murders still unsolved, and yes, we've been listening to faith and puff daddy's lament that long. ??? ??? I'll be missing you ??? Reporter: By the way, Kelley blue book value on biggie's death car. The owner and I have been offered over a million dollars for it. But we're holding out for the full $1.5 million. Reporter: In the words of biggie. The more money you make, the more problems you get. Reporter: I'm Nick watt in
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