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In Biggie‘s stomping ground of Bed-Stuy, Brooklyn, lies one of many iconic murals honoring the legacy of the late, great rapper. It’s been there for years, at the corner of Quincy Sreet and Bedford Avenue, a spot where Biggie allegedly used to hang out. But the landlord who owns the building that is home to the mural says he’s going to take it down.

Such an announcement has drawn a lot of ire- will he actually be able to go through with it? Click on the audio player to hear more in this exclusive clip from the Early Morning Evening News on the “Ed Lover Show.

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