Pac was like Jesus, Nas wrote the Bible
Although 2Pac is revered as a legend and the face of rap, Nas is actually the one who wrote the foundation of hip-hop. Nas' 1994 album, Illmatic is often referred to as the Bible of Rap, and many rappers credit Nas' flow-structures and lyrical storytelling as a blueprint for how to make classic hip-hop music
Cole also used a very similar line in his song “I Got It.”
In the Christian religion, Jesus is the Son of God. Whether Cole is religious or not, he is indeed very intelligent, allowing us to assume that by saying Pac is Jesus and Nas wrote the bible, then he intends Biggie to be God, just without saying it.
Look at the name and cover of the album. Biggie’s crown is used on the cover and the two words “born sinner” are two of the most famous words in any Biggie song of all time. Also, the presence of Biggie samples throughout the album support this idea.
How is a rapper gonna drop Tupac and Nas in a song like this but leave out Biggie? Definitely think Cole is intending Biggie to be in there just without saying his name, which if true, is unbelievable writing. He also said that he was more of a 2pac fan when he was younger in “Villuminati”.
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