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Diddy Celebrates Biggie's Induction Into Rock and Roll Hall of Fame By Screaming In The Streets!

By Mike Walters

Diddy celebrated the announcement of Notorious B.I.G.'s induction into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame the best way possible, by yelling loudly in the streets!

Puff Daddy, as he went by in those days, posted a selfie video on Instagram of himself yelling in the streets of New York into the sky about the announcement.

"Biggie, you did it!!" he screamed, adding, "You did it mother f***er! and "what the f***!"

It Was All A Dream...

Gettyimages | Al Pereira

Puffy spoke directly into the camera, saying, "special announcement for you all...notorious big is going to be inducted to the Rock and Roll mothing f***ing hall of fame!!"

He followed that up with, "New york stand up...Brooklyn!"

The best part of the video is that he started playing "Juicy" by Biggie in the background. Of course, the perfect lyrics for this moment play, "It was all a dream..."

In the end, Puffy looks to the sky and says, "miss you kid."

See The Diddy Screaming Video, It's The BEST!

Giphy | Billboard Music Awards

Rap music's royalty are commenting on Diddy's video, with ASAP Rocky posting, "🔥🤘🏾" and T.I. posting four crown emojis.

Fans are also letting Diddy hear them on Instagram..."The sun shining biggie spirit is with puff like biggie say it’s all good baby baby," one person wrote. Another added, "Aye yea boy congrats. Rest Easy Big. #EastCoastLove, @diddy that's how you celebrate

As you know, Diddy and Biggie worked together back in the 1990's on Biggie's albums and the rapper was signed to his record label "Bad Boy Records." And if you don't know...now you know!" Sorry, we had too...

Whitney Houston Joining Biggie In Rock Hall Of Fame

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It was announced today, The Notorious B.I.G. and Whitney Houston and will lead the new class into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame. Other acts being inducted are the Doobie Brothers, Depeche Mode, Nine Inch Nails, and T-Rex.

The ceremony will take place on May 2 at the Public Auditorium in Cleveland, where the rock museum is also located. This year, the event will be broadcast live by HBO for the first time ever.

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