Fonzworth Bentley-Professional Spy/Assassin?

May 29, 2009

Before reading, keep in mind that this is something I made up out of pure sarcasm and my intention was not to offend anybody.

The people that we assume least likely to commit a crime are the most dangerous. These people are calculating and clever, cooking up plots of destruction while at the same time trying to function as one of us...

Christopher Wallace aka Biggie is one of the greatest rappers of all time. Practically all other rap artists cite Biggie as one of their influences. And his murder is one of the most well-known unsolved murders. "On March 9, 1997, after leaving a party cosponsored by Vibe Magazine and held at the Peterson Automotive Museum, East Coast rapper The Notorious B.I.G. (Christopher Wallace) was killed in a drive-by shooting at the corner of Wilshire and Fairfax in Los Angeles ( The Notorious B.I.G. murder case remains unsolved, despite a handful of possible theories regarding the identity and motives of Biggie Smalls' killer. ("

And I have a theory about the identity of Biggie's killer. It is no secret that Bad Boy was involved in a huge feud with Deathrow Records.What if Suge Knight (head of Death Row) hired somebody to kill Bad Boys' biggest moneymaker and then infiltrate Bad Boy Industries to then destroy it? This person had to be very cunning because they have never been caught--until now. I have sufficient evidence to reveal that the murderer of the Notorious B.I.G is none other than Fonzworth Bentley.

Fonzworth Bentley is best known as being Diddy's slave--I mean personal assistant. I know what you're thinking-that Bentley started working for Diddy years after Biggie was killed, so it's impossible that he killed Biggie. Let's try to remember that Bentley is very smart. Of course he had to lay low a few years before continuing his plans. And now he has the tools necessary to bring down Diddy. How else can you explain the downfall of Bad Boy? Below I have some evidence proving my theory.

1. The Police Sketch

The man in the police sketch they took looks just like Bentley. Eyewitnesses described the lone gunman as an African American male in a suit and bow tie. The composite sketch was compiled from witness descriptions provided a day after Biggie Smalls' death. The assailant was reportedly driving a dark-colored Chevrolet Impala.
The precision of the attack has led investigators to believe that the shooting may have been a professional assassination. This is the police sketch, i added a picture of Bentley on the right for comparison:

Who else in the Hip-Hop industry wears a bow tie?! As of today, Bentley has not been suspected and/or questioned.

2. Bentley's Patience-- Not a Virtue, But an Act.
Who else but a professional assassin/spy can take so much sxxt from Diddy! What self-respecting Black man would hold an umbrella for another Black man? Bentley has been played so many times, as many people have been able to see. All those times he was insulted he was probably thinking "If you only knew I'm the most dangerous man alive, buahaha! Bad Boy will never be what it was before!"

Bentley was also a confidante of Diddy's. By being Diddy's right-hand man, Bentley has influenced several of Diddy's decisions. He knew very well they eould bring failure. For example:

-The creation of Making the Band 4 then convincing Diddy to dump Dylan, knowing full well that Dylan was the only one with a bit of talent.
-Organizing the shootout and then planting the gun on Shyne. Then bribing J.Lo to give it up to Diddy if he snitched on Shyne. Yes J.Lo was another pawn in this sick plan.

And there's many more. Bentley is a much feared person in the Hip-Hop, a lot of people just don't know it. A few have found out about Bentley, but they didn't stay around long. Don't you ever wonder what ever happened to G Dep and Black Rob? It's not the so-called "Bad Boy Curse" but Bentley's craftiness.

3. Biggie wasn't supposed to be in LA the night he was killed.

As said by Diddy himself: "The day that Biggie was killed he wasn't supposed to be in LA," said Sean "Diddy" Combs. "That morning I got a call from Biggie. ... He was supposed to go to London. He called me and said, 'I'm not going to London.'" Biggie told Sean that he wanted to go with him to the Vibe party in LA to celebrate finishing his second album, Life After Death. "The call just plays over and over in my head," Sean confesses. "I'm like, 'What if he would have just got on the plane?'" -Diddy TV.

This was when Knight hired Bentley to execute his plans. Bentley set up a trap to lure Biggie into LA. Unfortunately Biggie fell into the clever trap set up by this cold-blooded killer.

I hope you had fun reading this.


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