Puff Daddy went to Instagram this week to send b-day love in Mack’s memory.
Back in March, New York producer DJ Scratch revealed why celebs like Diddy didn’t attend Mack’s private family funeral.
— SOHH 2.0 (@sohhdotcom) March 30, 2018
Recently, Diddy reflected on the time he spent around Craig.
“Aye what’s up y’all? I’m a little under the weather but I wanted to take out the time to just pay respects to Craig Mack. He was the first artist that we released on Bad Boy but he was more than just our first artist. He was such a sweet, like, kind, loving, person. He was definitely a special, special individual. And I just wanna make sure y’all know how important he is to the Bad Boy legacy. As an emcee, he took an unorthodox approach and he was a great man.”
— SOHH 2.0 (@sohhdotcom) March 14, 2018
Once news broke out about Mack’s sudden death, various high-profile musicians remembered his life.
— SOHH 2.0 (@sohhdotcom) March 13, 2018
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