From Big Pun to Pop Smoke, VIBE highlights 15 times Hip-Hop artists name-dropped the Hall-of-Fame NFL coach and broadcaster.
"In 1998? Who was it? Me, DMX, Big Pun, Cam'ron. I was the hottest at the time I signed," declared N.O.R.E.
The exchange was spurred by a clip of the Bronx rapper and 'Drink Champs' host N.O.R.E. refuting Rios' claims that Joe "robbed" Pun.
"I didn't even realize I'd cried until I watched it. Every time I talk about [Big Pun], it hurts me," said Fat Joe about watching his own episode of 'Behind The Music.'
This week's roundup also includes new heat from Belly, Kem, and Bizzy Banks.
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