Mother of Notorious B.I.G. Says: ‘I have an idea who killed my son’, Thinks LAPD Covered It Up

The mother of The Notorious B.I.G. has revealed that she is very much convinced that Los Angeles authorities were involved in “one giant conspiracy”, since she feels confident that they are aware of who actually killed her young son.

The rap legend, whose real name is Christopher Wallace, had been shot and murdered in Los Angeles back in  March 9 of 1997, however the gunman was never found, leaving the murder unsolved to this day.


However, grieving mom of Christopher, Voletta Wallace, is sure that the officers from the Los Angeles Police Department are still hiding the true story from the rapper’s fans, and that the person she always suspected is the one name police came up with themselves.

“They’ve done their investigation, but they just refuse to move forward. I don’t know why they haven’t arrested who was involved. It seems to me that it’s one giant conspiracy, and someone is definitely being protected somewhere down the line.”

Voletta did not identify who she believes is responsible, but she refuses to rest until the unsolved case is closed and solved.

“There’s no closure for me until that murderer is behind bars and sentenced,” she added. “That may give me some closure to grab onto, but it sure won’t ever bring my son back.”


Thursday was the 20th anniversary since Biggie’s death, but for his mother, it is a reminder of how painful it as for her beloved son’s life to be cut at the young age of 24.

“It hurts me every single day to know what happened to Christopher and that I won’t see him ever again…,” she said. “Any mother who has lost a child knows exactly the devastation I feel, it’s the worst pain in the world and one that I wouldn’t wish upon my worst enemy. He was so young, so talented and his life was taken far too soon. It’s unnecessary that Christopher lost his life at just 24. He was my baby, and I think about him every day.”

“When it comes to the anniversary of the passing of his death, I don’t really like to talk about it,” continues Wallace. “I know there will be a few tributes in honour of Christopher, and that’s great he’s still remembered, but it’s very tough for me and my family.”