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Today marks the 15-year anniversary of the murder of Biggie Smalls, and in light of his passing, Chuck D is expressing remorse for suing the slain MC.

In a new interview, the 51-year-old opened up about filing a copyright-infringement and defamation suit against Biggie over the unauthorized use of his vocals on the DJ Premier produced track “Ten Crack Commandments.” The suit was settled in 1998 for an undisclosed amount, but looking back, the Public Enemy frontman says that the whole thing was one big misunderstanding.


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