Diddy’s Former Bodyguard Says Notorious B.I.G.’s Death Was ‘No Drive-By’

Diddy’s former bodyguard isn’t letting up on his scandalous allegations against the hip-hop mogul. According to Gene Deal’s latest claims, the late Notorious B.I.G. was not killed in a drive-by shooting.

Gene Deal worked as Diddy’s security during the 90s, when the Bad Boy CEO was hard at work building his music empire. Deal recently sat down with The Art of Dialogue where he explained his belief that Biggie’s death wasn’t the result of a drive-by, but was committed by a killer who was allegedly waiting around to pull the trigger.

“It just hurts because they lie too much. A lot of that sh*t be lies the way they put it together ’cause they listening to these white boys who wasn’t even there,” Deal said.

“I don’t want to make this racial, but they take these white boys who wasn’t even there and want to use the stories that they want to tell which is not the truth!”

He continued:

“Wasn’t no drive-by; the car was standing there at the corner. The stories they tell is not truthful. And now people are sitting here believing,” Deal claimed.

“Every Biggie movie that you see, they say it’s a drive-by. When the witness tells you the car was stood right there at the corner — the car was probably there all night.”

This isn’t the first time Deal has spoken out against Diddy. In an interview he gave in March 2022, Diddy’s former bodyguard accused him of snitching on his former artist Shyne during the 1999 nightclub shooting that put the rapper behind bars for nearly a decade.

“They came to Shyne and they asked Shyne for 20 racks ’cause they had somebody that was gonna make sure all of them got off ’cause they was not going to agree to none of them charges, and they was on the jury stand,” he said.

But according to Deal, people were instead “making statements against Shyne.”

“He was like, ‘You supposed to be my brother and you got people testifying against me?’ Those people were testifying, they were brought to Puff first, saying what they saw against Shyne, what they saw Shyne do. The D.A. didn’t even know those people existed.”